Virtual reality is entering the car shopping market. One company at the Silicon Valley Auto Show is showing VR for virtual test drives for different cars.
Augmented reality is coming to the Super Bowl. Ticket-seller StubHub is introducing an AR feature to give people a better look at potential seating.
Nicolas Cage is giving virtual reality a potential boost. The Humanity Bureau, the actor’s next movie, will come out as a VR series a month before theaters, according to Variety.
During the holiday, smart speakers from Amazon and Google both sported lower sale prices. However, one report suggests that chip prices may drive up the cost of the digital assistants down the road.
Cash may not be king anymore, at least at Starbucks. The coffee company is testing cashless payments in a store in downtown Seattle.
Amazon’s Echo Show is getting a new partner. The Alexa voice assistant now is paired with Coty do serve beauty shoppers with voice and visuals.
Samsung set to introduce Galaxy S9 at Mobile World Congress, says a company exec. There were earlier rumors that the phone would be launched at CES last week, but that did not happen.
Amazon’s Alexa-enabled devices continue to expand. The smaller voice-activated devices, the Amazon Echo Spot, was just released into the U.K market.
Virtual reality is getting more ‘real.’ Star India is planning to live stream, in six different languages, the IPL T20 cricket matches in virtual reality. The target reach is 700 million viewers.
More voice is being added to more cars. The Tesla Model 3 is going to get more voice control options, according to the automaker.