A feature in a coming smart device form Facebook is video chat, using facial recognition to tag users and follow them in their house, according to a report.
The long-rumored Google smart display is expected to cost $149 and should be called the Home Hub, according to reports. The device is expected to come out in early October.
Sony’s ne autonomous companion puppy is entering the U.S. market. The robotic dog, first launched in 1999 and stopped in 2006, is now more lifelike, thanks to artificialintelligence, and sells for $2,900.
Expanding from its initial locations in Seattle, Amazon has opened its fourth Amazon Go Store, this one in Chicago. The store is located in a building that houses Amazon’s Chicago office.
After its stint owned by Nokia, Withings is launching a new smart watch-fitness tracker. The wearable has a small OLED screen at the top of the hybrid smartwatch.
Facebook has been investing heavily in augmented reality for games, ads and selling things. AR is viewed as a potential gold mine for the social media giant.
Google plans to add its Android operating system to cars made by Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi. The carmakers can install Google Maps, Google Play Store and Google Assistant starting in 2021.
As more airline passengers use virtual reality for entertainment during flights, a recent study suggests there could be a potential danger involved. The research was conducted at a cabin simulator at KLM’s base in Amsterdam.
Hamburger buns now can come with a QR code baked in, thanks to a mobile payment service company. The code on the bun allows a quick scan to pay for the burger.
As part of its product announcements today, Apple showcased a new augmented reality game. The demo involved Galaga b Directive Games.