Facial recognition technology is taking off. Some U.S. airports have been dabbling with the technology, primarily aimed at international travelers.
Car owners want to drive their cars themselves. Despite all the technological advancements for automated driving, most new car buyers aren't interested in turning the driving responsibilities over to the car.
Airlines will be able to generate additional revenue by creating personalized retail and ads, presumably targeted seat-by-seat.
Shipments of wrist-worn wearables, comprising smartwatches and wristbands, reached 34 million devices in Q2, a 29% increase from a year earlier.
Mobile seems to be taking its toll on the PC. For the first time since 2010, personal computing device shipments will drop below 400 million in 2020.
Consumers are anticipating the growth of connected cars. Automakers and marketers may want to pay attention, since in-car technology is appealing to many potential car buyers.
Nearly a third (30%) of U.S. consumers have purchased or installed a smart home product in the past year, according to a new study.
Delta sees the potential use of autonomous cars, trucks or buses at airports.
"It turns out that insects pose a significant challenge to self-driving vehicles," states a blog post by Ford.
Last year, $41 billion worth of smart home devices ranging from video cameras and doorbells to connected appliances and thermostats were sold.