• Smartwatch Shipments Up 56%; Apple Dominates
    While the market share looks great for Apple, it actually isn't as rosy as in the past.
  • Augmented Reality Video Messages Added To Packages Shipped
    European delivery company Hermes lets a package sender pre-record a message and upload it via the Hermes Send app.
  • 5G Becomes Reality, Driving IoT Connections To 25 Billion
    By the end of this year, more than 15 countries will have launched 5G networks along with 5G smartphones and by 2025, 15% of connections will be 5G, based on a new study.
  • Microsoft Intros HoloLens 2 Mixed Reality Headset At MWC
    The new wearable has features that move beyond the original HoloLens introduced in 2016, and promises to take augmented reality to a new level.
  • 3% Of Mobile Connections Projected To Be 5G by 2022
    The number of 5G connections will grow several thousand percent from this year until 2022, reaching more than 400 million connections by 2022.
  • New Smartphone Costs Hardly Excite Consumers
    The cost of owning a new smartphone continues to rise as consumers grapple with the issue of what a new phone is worth to them. Some of Apple's latest batch of smartphones passed the $1,000 mark, especially for anyone who wants enough memory to handle the masses of data coming down the pike.
  • Amazon Dominates Google In Smart Speaker Voice Apps
    The number of skills for Amazon Alexa is at 80,000 globally, while Google's version is at 4,300, based on new analysis.
  • LG Adds Amazon Dash Auto-Replenishment To All Appliances
    Amazon's Dash auto replenishment allowed consumers to reorder items by pushing a Dash button. Now LG Electronics is adding that capability to its lineup of Wi-Fi-enabled dishwashers, washing machines and dryers.
  • Self-Driving Vehicles Better For Moving Things Than People
    Companies like Kroger, 1-800-Flowers, Softbank and Amazon are involved in exploring autonomous technology for deliveries.
  • Self-Driving Cars Learn To Predict Pedestrian Movement
    By collecting vehicle data through cameras, LiDar (Light Detection and Ranging) and GPS, researchers have been capturing video snippets of humans in motion.
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