• Google Starts Drone Deliveries Directly To Homes
    The first drone home deliveries of packages from Walgreens have started from Wing, the Alphabet subsidiary.
  • AI Marketing Companies Attract $1 Billion In Q2
    Within the next two years, more than 50% of marketers plan to use AI in 10 different ways, led by personalizing the channel experience.
  • Outdoor Surveillance Cameras To Dominate 5G Usage
    According to Gartner, these cameras are projected to represent 70% of 5G usage for three years, to be replaced eventually by connected cars.
  • 71% Of Consumers Worry About Tech Failures in Self-Driving Vehicles
    On a 100-point scale, consumers have a self-driving vehicle confidence level score of 36,
  • Audi, Airbus Shelve Air Taxi Plans
    Audi says Pop.Up Next, a combination of self-driving car with a passenger drone, was a research project and will not go on the market.
  • Toyota Intros AI-Powered Concept Car
    No word on when a commercial version of The "LQ" concept car, first shown at the 2017 CES, might become available.
  • Consumer Tech Spending Forecast To Reach $1.6 Trillion This Year
    By 2023, consumer purchasing of traditional and emerging technology will reach $2 trillion, according to the forecast by the International Data Corporation (IDC).
  • AAA Finds Flaws In Automatic Car Braking Systems
    Automatic emergency braking systems with pedestrian detection flunked tests at night and while driving at 30 miles an hour.
  • Walmart Files Patent For Drone Deliveries
    UPS recently received FAA approval to operate an entire drone airline. Now Walmart is considering the details of how an actual delivery would occur.
  • Developers Look To 5G For More Video, Audio
    Video and audio are about to get a boost from the coming speeds of 5G. In addition to building for faster network speeds, a new study finds developers are planning to tap 5G to use more video and audio.
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