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Microsoft-Xboxone-092017.jpg Microsoft (MSFT) announced Wednesday that Xbox One X standard edition is now available to pre-order worldwide. The company said more than 130 games have now been enhanced for the system. Beginning today, the console, said to be the most powerful ever, can be booked from local retailers around the...

UPS-Daimler-091517.jpg German automaker Daimler AG's Mitsubishi Fuso division announced the global launch of its all-electric FUSO eCanter light-duty trucks in New York City on Thursday. Daimler noted that delivery service giant United Parcel Service is the first U.S. commercial partner for the eCanter.

Rovio-091517.jpg Rovio Entertainment Corp., the Finnish maker of the "Angry Birds" mobile game, said its initial public offering will value it at around $1 billion. The Espoo, Finland-based company said on Friday that it has set the preliminary price range for its planned IPO at 10.25 euros to 11.50 euros per share, giving the company a market value of between 802 million euros and 896 million euros.

Tesla-NLRB-090117.jpg The National Labor Relations Board has filed a complaint against Tesla Motors Inc. and is investigating the company for engaging in unfair labor practices. The electric car maker has been accused of allegedly intimidating and harassing employees from freely exercising their rights to engage in concerted and union activity.

Otto-SmartLock-082417.jpg Otto, a digital lock startup, on Thursday launched its first product, the Otto Lock, which may be the smallest, but the most expensive smart lock. The lock, about the size of a standard, non-smart lock, is priced at $699.

walmart-Google-082317.jpg Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Google are joining hands to allow shoppers to order products by voice, taking on the mutual threat the two companies face from Amazon.com Inc. and its voice-enabled network Alexa. Wal-Mart said it will soon offer its customers the ability to order hundreds of thousands of its products for voice shopping through Google Assistant.

Teens-socialmedia-082217.jpg Teens and young adults now find Instagram and Snapchat more attractive than Facebook, a new study by eMarketer revealed. The report also suggested that for the first time, Snapchat might overtake Facebook in the U.S. by gaining a marketshare of 40.8 percent in social network.

VW-Microbus-082117.jpg Volkswagen AG's all electric Microbus might be available in market by 2022. As per the plan it would be available first in California.

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