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Twitter tests a new way to sell goods

Two new features provide new areas of content around retail items and places

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China opens up its e-commerce market to 100 percent foreign ownership

China made the change after introducing a similar regulation in Shanghai


Why SoftBank's Pepper could become the iPhone of robots

Pepper can't do housework, but it's a spearhead in the coming robotics wave

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Lyft to pay $300,000, make insurance changes in settlement with New York

The company had been accused of operating an illegal car for-hire service in the state

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VMware gets help to build and deploy cloud apps more easily

The company has just like its competitors partnered with app packaging company Bitnami

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Oracle profit slides 24 percent as customers move to the cloud

The company reported its first overall sales decline in more than two years

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Amazon Web Services jumps on Spark bandwagon

Growing competition for Spark services should help it take off on larger scale

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Microsoft woos startups with $120K in cloud computing credits

The company is attempting to lure new customers to its cloud platform with big savings

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Etsy dips toes into crowdfunding

Fund on Etsy, now in pilot phase, will let backers fund projects pre-selected by Etsy

Twitter adds autoplaying videos

Videos will play automatically in users' feeds, without sound, until they're tapped on

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VMware's Identity Manager offers authentication for Web, native apps

The growing popularity of cloud apps means enterprises have to rethink indentity management.

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KakaoTalk users will get streaming video in chat rooms

South Korean users will be able to comment on live sports matches with KakaoTV

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Smartphone beacons power crowdsourced weather forecasts

Japan's Weathernews is giving out atmospheric sensors to improve its crowdsourced weather app

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Alibaba prepares to launch Netflix-like service in China

The service would be offered through smart TVs and set-top boxes running Alibaba software

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Aiming for SEC's big data project, Sungard and Google bet on the cloud

Sungard is using Google cloud services to prototype a system that stores and formats all U.S. financial trading data