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  • U.K. Businesses Lack Confidence In Launching 5G
    While 15% of U.K businesses are currently investing in 5G, fewer than half (44%) of businesses are confident they can successfully implement 5G-based Internet of Things. ...
  • Bird Scooters Linked To Local Businesses
    Bird is allowing California riders of its scooters to buy items from local businesses through Bird Pay, a new feature in the mobile app. ...
  • Facebook Acquires VR Game Studio
    Facebook has acquired Asgard’s Wrath developer Bay Area VR studio Sanzaru Games, a popular game for Oculus Rift. ...
  • 84% Willing To Trade Personal Information For Better Customer Service: Study
    A majority of consumers are open to sharing personal information with the government in exchange for better service, according to a new study by Accenture. More than three quarters (78%) ...
  • Apple Watch Outsells Entire Swiss Watch Industry
    Apple watch shipments grew 36% from the previous year, while shipments by the Swiss watch industry dropped 13%. ...
  • 10% Of Mobile Connections Projected To Be 5G By 2023
    While the rollout of 5G is a gradual process, the blinding speeds it provides may be worth the wait. By 2023, 5G will support more than 10% of the world's ...
  • Samsung Confirms Coronavirus Case At Phone Factory
    Samsung Electronics confirmed that one coronavirus case was confirmed at its mobile device factory complex in the southeastern city of Gumi, causing the shutdown of the facility for a few ...
  • E-Scooter Trial Scrapped In Montreal
    Citing an 80% delinquency rate among users, Montreal has decided to end a pilot of 680 e-scooters and e-bikes that started in June. ...
  • Snapchat Adds AR Lenses To 'Replace' Land
    Snapchat is adding two ground replacement Lenses, enabling users to swap solid pavement for lava or reflective water. ...
  • Wyze Creating Alexa-Powered Wearable
    Wyze is working to create the Wyze Band, a wrist-worn wearable intended to let users control  Amazon’s Alexa devices. ...
  • 61% Say Pace Of Change In Technology Is Too Fast: Study
    A majority of employees are worried about job loss due to automation, according to a new global study by Edelman. ...
  • SharpEnd Teams To Scale Interactive Bottle Caps
    The London-based "agency of things" has signed a strategic partnership with a manufacturer of closures for spirits and wine and a pioneer in connected caps. ...
  • Fitbit Sales Increase 15%
    Though total revenue is down, sales of Fitbit devices increased from 14 million in 2018 to 16 million last year, as the company awaits approval to be acquired by Goo ...
  • Sony Intros First 5G Devices
    Sony is introducing two flagship 5G smartphones and demonstrated its first 5G handset, the Xperia 1, due to start shipping in coming months. ...
  • U.S. To Host 5G Conference
    The United States will host a conference on 5G that President Donald Trump will attend, according to Larry Kudlow, national economic council director. ...
  • Asia Passes North America In Smart Speakers: Study
    Smart speaker shipments in Asia reached 47 million units in 2019, up from 21 million in 2018. ...
  • Jaguar Land Rover Shows 'Autonomy Ready' Electric Car
    Jaguar Land Rover has unveiled a new concept vehicle as part of the automaker's Destination Zero project. ...
  • Consumers Keen On More Unattended Retail
    Consumers who use unattended retail channels, like vending machines and self-service kiosks, tend to like the convenience. ...
  • Researchers Create Robot For Blood Sampling
    Researchers at Rutgers University have created a blood-sampling robot to provide quick results to allow healthcare professionals to spend more time treating patients. ...
  • Verizon Preps For 5G National Rollout
    With LTE coverage of 98% of the U.S. population, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg said at an investor event that the cellular carrier is expanding its 5G coverage into additional mark ...
  • Citi E-Bikes Return To New York
    Citi Bike, operated by Lyft, is bringing its e-bikes back to New York City after a recall of 2,500 of the ride-sharing bikes last year. ...
  • Nokia Teams On AI-Based Railroad Crossing Safety
    Nokia and Odakyu Electric Railway are working together to work on artificial intelligence-based railroad safety. ...
  • Retailers Warm To Robots Engaging With Customers
    Interestingly, there seems to be a preference to use robotics that are not seen, such as online and in the call center. ...
  • 5G Smartphone Shipments To Hit 199 Million This Year: Study
    That's growth from 19 million units shipped in 2019 amid disruption caused by the coronavirus scare. ...
  • Qualcomm Intros Next Generation 5G Tech
    Qualcomm announced its third-generation modem, which could start showing up in 5G smartphones near the end of this year. ...
  • Apple Enables Purchasing Via 'Quick Look'
    So shoppers with iOS can use augmented reality to see items in space and then make a purchase, Apple is expanding its concept of Quick Look. ...
  • Digitized Roadways Planned For Smart City
    A digitized public highway network including thousands of individual sensors is being added to a smart city being built in the U.K. ...
  • Huawei Takes Lead In 5G Commercial Contracts
    At a planned pre-Mobile World Congress event, Huawei introduced the lightest 5G base station and updated on its number of commercial contracts. ...
  • 5G IoT Revenue Projected To Hit $8 Billion By 2025
    More than 75% of the 5G connections this year will be in Far East and China, primarily due to early launches in South Korea. ...
  • Google Adds More Protection For Nest Accounts
    In a move to increase privacy and security, Google plans to require two-factor authentication to Nest accounts starting this spring. ...