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  • Qualcomm Projects 30% Drop In Smartphone Shipments
    Due to the global pandemic, Qualcomm estimates smartphone shipments will decline 30% in the coming months. ...
  • Smart Streetlights Fail To Deliver
    Three years and $30 million later, smart streetlights in San Diego have yet to deliver on their promise. ...
  • Apple iPhone 12 Production Reportedly Will Be Delayed
    Production of the Apple iPhone 12 reportedly will be delayed by about a month due to production delays. ...
  • Advancing Tech Keeps Rolling, Despite The Timing
    Whether streaming, emailing or Zooming, new work-at-home converts turned to more and more tech to keep themselves up and running. ...
  • Chiquita Adds Scannable Spotify Codes To Bananas
    Interactive stickers on bananas will link consumers to Chiquita-inspired music playlists with themes including "tropical vibes." ...
  • Global Tablet Shipments Decline 20%: IDC
    The global pandemic drove worldwide tablet shipments down 20% to 25 million units, according to a new forecast by the International Data Corporation (IDC). Apple continued to lead the market, ...
  • GM's Cruise Self-Driving Cars Deliver To Food Banks
    The General Motors subsidiary Cruise is using autonomous vehicles to make deliveries to food banks. ...
  • Legislation Filed For 5G Efforts
    Legislation has been filed to set aside $750 million to help the deployment of 5G networks in the U.S. ...
  • CVS, UPS Drones To Fly Medications To Retirement Community
    The service to the largest retirement community in the U.S. is using Matternet's M2 drone system run by UPS Flight Forward. ...
  • Ford Postpones Self-Driving Vehicle Service Until 2022
    The global pandemic is taking its toll on development of self-driving vehicles. ...
  • Voice Assistant Usage Seen Growing To 8.4 Billion Devices
    As use of voice assistants continues to skyrocket, the companies behind those assistants look for business models to monetize all that voice. Consumers will interact with voice assistants on 8.4 ...
  • Pandemic Driving Healthcare Wearables To 30 Million Units: Study
    New deployments and studies relating to COVID-19 are driving healthcare wearable shipments to 30 million units this year, according to a new forecast by ABI Research. By 2025, shipments are ...
  • Comcast Connects Xfinity Voice Remotes To Tile Tracking Devices
    Comcast is enabling Xfinity customers to use their voice remote to audibly ring their Tile tracking devices. Tile devices, known for helping people find lost things onto which they have ...
  • Burger King Taps QR Code On TV For Free Whoppers
    Burger King is adding a floating QR code on its TV commercials to offer consumers at home a chance to score a free Whopper. ...
  • Ride-Hailing Robotaxi Service Launches
    A robotaxi service by autonomous driving startup AutoX and operator AutoNavi is launching for commuters in Shanghai. ...
  • Robot Dog 'Spot' Screens COVID-19 Patients At Boston Hospital
    The four-legged robot is being used as a telemedicine platform, so healthcare workers can remotely triage patients. ...
  • Google Reveals Self-Driving Tests Started In 2009
    Google just released video footage from its archive of its first-generation Waymo Driver. ...
  • Air Force Looks To 'Flying Cars'
    A new report suggests that “flying cars” using electric vertical takeoff and landing could be used by the Air Force. ...
  • FCC Moves Forward $9 Billion Rural 5G Fund
    The Federal Communications Commission moved forward on a proposal to set up a $9 billion fund for rural 5G deployments. ...
  • Consumer Home Voice Calling Up 29%, Wireless Minutes 19%
    As consumers head into the weekend, the increases in Wi-Fi calling and consumer home voice calling are cooling, according to the latest AT&T network tracking. Wi-Fi calling increased 69% compared ...
  • Volkswagen Aims To Control Smart Home Devices From Car
    By saying "turn on 'going home' mode," the IoT platform could turn on the lights, water hater and air conditioner in advance of returning home. ...
  • Tech Device Sales Drop, Streaming Services Rise
    COVID-19 is driving up streaming services while pushing down sales of tech devices, according to the new biannual consumer technology sales and forecast report by the Consumer Technology Association (C ...
  • Brands Turn To VR Shopping
    To offset losses from physical store closings, some brands are turning to virtual reality commerce. ...
  • Magic Leap Cuts Half Of Workforce
    Magic Leap is restructuring in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, resulting in the layoff of 1,000 of its employees. ...
  • Smart Voice Navigation Added To E-Bike
    Shared transformation platform Hellobike introduced a new bike equipped with smart voice navigation. ...
  • Denny's Joins Gaming Platforms
    Denny’s has created video game platform accounts to connect with customer and offer food discounts. ...
  • Wi-Fi Calling Minutes Jump 96%
    As consumers continue to hunker down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they are leaning heavily on communication technology. The latest network tracking from AT&T shows a 96% increase in Wi-Fi ...
  • Self-Driving Vehicles Start Medical Deliveries For COVID-19 Patients
    "We realized that we could potentially use our R2 unmanned vehicles to provide truly contactless delivery of goods," said self-driving startup Nuro. ...
  • Disney Resort Opens With Green QR Code Checks In Shanghai
    Shanghai Disney Resort is resuming partial operations, with guests required to provide code indicating they have been cleared not to have COVID-19. ...
  • Ericsson 5G Growth Shows Mixed Results
    In its first quarter report, Ericsson said the company has seen limited impact from the COVID-19 pandemic with 5G growing in some markets and not in others. ...