• Consumers Look To Friends, Family For Smart Home Device Recommendations
    Device owners also want their connected devices to play well with each other,
  • Magic Leap One Headset Heading To AT&T Stores
    VR using smartphones inserted into cardboard or plastic headset devices have been a main access point for consumers to check out the virtual world.
  • UPS Starts Commercial Drone Deliveries Of Medical Supplies
    The service, sanctioned by the FAA, involves the contracted delivery of medical samples in unmanned drones at WakeMed's flagship hospital and campus in the Raleigh, North Carolina metropolitan area.
  • 7-Eleven, BodyArmor Team On AR For March Madness
    The AR feature, created by Zappar, provides two different basketball experiences in the mobile menu.
  • Domino's Adds In-Car Pizza Ordering
    The latest AnyWare pizza ordering platform will come preloaded in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, Toyota and Cadillac cars starting later this year.
  • Artificial Intelligence Added To Future Mix For Businesses
    Many business execs focus on artificial intelligence but don't know how to move their business forward.
  • Burger King Taps AR To 'Burn' Competitors' Ads For Free Whopper
    Using an AR feature in the Burger King app, consumers in Brazil can aim their phone at competitor's ad and virtually "burn" it.
  • 76% See Full Self-Driving Cars At Least 10 Years Away
    The delay is not so much the technology in the automated vehicles, but other factors. The top stumbling block is human acceptance.
  • AI Moving Into Customer Service
    Within 18 months, the majority (53%) of customer service organizations are expected to be using chatbots.
  • Stanford's Apple Heart Study Finds Wearables Can Detect Irregular Heart Rates
    The health value of wearables just received a big boost. The preliminary results from a study involving 400,000 participants showed that wearable technology can safely identify heart irregularities.
« Previous Entries