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'Pokemon Go' no ace in hole for Nintendo [Japan Times, Tokyo]
International Business Machines Corp.' s question-answering supercomputer, can answer questions after sifting through reams of data, for healthcare providers and educational institutions alike. But soon it will be able to give employees of the tech giant some career advice too. IBM's cognitive computing platform, which answers questions posed naturally, has been used by companies for human resource and talent management solutions and now the..."/>
IBM employees can soon seek career advice from supercomputer Watson [Mint, New Delhi]
Mercury News Troy Wolverton column [Mercury News]
Dolby Laboratories and Sparkle Roll announcement. This Smart News Release features multimedia. View the full release here: http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20160716005008/en/."/>
Photo of Dolby Laboratories and Sparkle Roll Announcement Available on Business Wire's Website and the Associated Press Photo Network
Thailand eyes IP list removal [Bangkok Post, Thailand]
Dolby Laboratories, Inc. today announced the opening of Beijing’ s first Dolby Cinema™ at Jackie Chan Cinema’ s Beijing Wukesong site. Moviegoers in Beijing can now enjoy the total cinema experience, following the grand opening ceremony conducted today with the preview of the Warner Bros."/>
Dolby Cinema Arrives in Beijing at Jackie Chan Cinema
Microsoft is backing off its ambitious goal of getting Windows 10 on 1 billion devices by 2018.. The company is blaming its own decision to scale back its smartphone business over the past year. Microsoft said that is slowing efforts to deploy the newest version of its flagship software on PCs, game consoles and mobile devices like tablets and phones."/>
Microsoft dials back Windows 10 goal due to slow smartphone sales [Boston Herald]
East Bay Times Troy Wolverton column [East Bay Times]
UnitedHealth Group and 3 M Co.-- that are part of the 30 firms forming the Dow Jones industrial average played an outsized role in the return of the broad market index to record high territory this week. The index, which is formed by adding the prices of the 30 companies and then dividing them by a divisor, climbed a little over 10 points on Friday to another record, its fourth this week. On Tuesday, the Dow first surpassed its previous high of 18,312.39..."/>
Minnesota's Dow Jones industrials components helped push index to new high [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Asian Paints Ltd has rolled out a digital campaign to promote its vocational training institution, Colour Academy. The film is an inspiring true story of a young woman who defies stereotypes to learn designer wall painting. Uploaded on the company's YouTube channel on 7 July, the digital film has garnered over 300,000 views so far."/>
Asian Paints' first all-woman applicator team defies stereotypes in a digital film [Mint, New Delhi]
Line Corp. raised more than Y100 billion from its consecutive debuts on the New York and Tokyo stock exchanges on Thursday and Friday, as CEO Takeshi Idezawa said the company planned to build trust in its messaging and other services and expand. In the year's biggest tech offering, Line shares soared in both markets, closing at $41.58 in New York, up about 27 percent from the IPO price of $32.84, and at Y4, 345 in Tokyo, up from Y3, 300.. "We have so many Line users..."/>
Line Corp. raises ¥100 billion on day one of dual listing in New York, Tokyo [Japan Times, Tokyo]
Facebook, why did you send another request? If you're like Press on Your Side, you've wondered this whenever you get what seems to be a duplicate Facebook request from a friend. The invite will have the same name and photo of your friend."/>
Fake Facebook friend requests can rip you off [Asbury Park Press, N.J.]
Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage, which specializes in organic and natural foods and other health-conscious items, will close one North Academy Boulevard store in Colorado Springs next week and open another a short drive away. The Lakewood-based chain is moving a store to the former Ethan Allen furniture and design center building at 7298 N. Academy from a shopping center at 7690 N. Academy, according to a Natural Grocers news release. The existing store will close to..."/>
On the move: Natural Grocers to relocate Academy Boulevard store next week on Colorado Springs' north side [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]
Microchip Technology Inc. CEO Steve Sanghi on Friday put the Arizona-based company's stamp on a Colorado Springs manufacturing plant it acquired, unveiling a sign that replaced Atmel Corp's name with Microchip. Sanghi has built Microchip by changing a lot of signs-- acquiring 17 companies in the past seven years-- amd more than tripling Microchip's revenue and operating income and earning a profit every quarter during the more than 25 years he has been the company's..."/>
Microchip name takes hold in Colorado Springs [The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colo.)]

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