Because of the country's aging population, Japanese construction company Komatsu isn't finding trained equipment operators as of late for their projects. It solved its own problem by creating a service featuring drone-guided, robotics-controlled industrial vehicles.
A resume error brings down not only CEO Scott Thompson, but also four of Yahoo's directors. A settlement with investor Daniel Loeb will put him and two allies on the Internet pioneer's board.
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Panjea.TV lets users build their own video channel and embed it anywhere they want.
University of Washington software project is aimed at, among others, Iraq war veterans who have returned with injuries preventing them from using computers.
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CitizeNews will become a portal aggregating "the very best work of the very best video journalists in the world."
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