• Tesla Looks To KITT-Like AI For Vehicles
    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.
  • AI Added To Google Glass
    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 Intros Battery-Powered Smart Doorbell
    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.
  • Samsung Readies Bixby Smart Speaker: Report
    At its upcoming launch event, Samsung is reported to be readying a smart speaker with its Bixby voice agent.
  • Rolls-Royce Unveils Plans To Create Flying Taxi Cab
    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.
  • Ex-Apple Employee Pleads Not Guilty To Stealing Self-Driving Car Secrets
    The 33-year-old charged with stealing trade secrets relating to self-driving efforts by Apple pleaded not guilty to federal charges.
  • Uber Lays Off Self-Driving Car Operators In Pittsburgh, San Francisco
    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.
  • Beer Label Taps Facial Recognition In AR Experience
    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.
  • Marks & Spencer, Microsoft Team On Artificial Intelligence
    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 Reevaluates Smart Home Alliance With Vivint
    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.
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