In a move to incorporate artificial intelligence in its vehicles, Tesla has set its sights on mimicking the KITT vehicle from the 1980s Knight Rider TV show.
Google Glass now has a boost of artificial intelligence, courtesy of a new app created by an Israeli software company. The Glass tech was highlighted at a Google cloud computer conference.
Netgear has added a new product category to its Arlo smart home devices. It’s called the Arlo Audio Doorbell and Chime and is battery powered.
At its upcoming launch event, Samsung is reported to be readying a smart speaker with its Bixby voice agent.
The idea of a flying taxi is in the news again, with Rolls-Royce unveiling plans to create a flying taxi that can carry up to five passengers.
The 33-year-old charged with stealing trade secrets relating to self-driving efforts by Apple pleaded not guilty to federal charges.
Following a fatal crash involving an Uber vehicle in Arizona, Uber now has shed about 100 self-driving car operators in San Francisco and Pittsburgh. Uber still plans autonomous vehicle testing in Pittsburgh this summer.
The label of Black Red Ale beer is being turned into a trigger for a talking head and interacts with a consumer by using facial recognition.
As it transforms to a “digital first” business, Marks & Spencer is teaming with Microsoft to test the integration of Microsoft AI technologies into M&S customer experience, stores and wider operations.
Best Buy is talking a second look at its deal for selling Vivint Smart Home products in 400 of its stores, according to a report in Bloomberg. Vivint product have been pulled from stores.