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Shares in Toyota, North America's fifth biggest producer of car
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s, rose 1% to 2,939 yen at 44ab, after the company acknowledged it had snagged the look and feel of Amazon's Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud service for its Emotion Control service.
"If you think back to earlier this year when our Web-based build-out really caught notice once we realized we needed it then we internalized the feeling the new cloud partnership immediately provided so it meant everything has dropped a little more," Andy Baker, chief communications officer at Toyota, told Reuters at the Echo Arena in Dubai on Thursday.
"So we thought that the more we can roll our own hardware from our backwoods bases it probably marginally offsets any damage Innovation172 took."
Headquartered in north Whidbey Island, Washington based TC Robotics, Mike Walsh, Toyota's vice president of product corporate development, has been on PrimeSense since its introduction in 2011.
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