Augmented reality in the form of spatial computing just got another boost, as Magic Leap gets more funding, this time to the tune of $280 million. The funding for the Florida-based company comes from NTT Docomo, the largest cell phone service in Japan.
Domino's is testing GPS driver tracking in 27 corporate-owned stores throughout Phoenix.
Verizon is expanding its 5G network to 20 cities and now taking orders for the Samsung phone that can handle the high speeds. However, consumers who decide to go with the new mega-speeds will pay for it.
Some areas of Internet of Things technologies play better in some demographics than others, partly because different generations tend to focus on different things.
Consumers armed with mobile phones can check reviews in real time and be swayed to skip the restaurant they were heading to.
Nearly half (45%) of smartphone owners say there is no reason to use mobile payments, according to a new study.
Self-driving vehicles may be better for carrying things than people, as Kroger is starting to demonstrate.
If nothing else, the idea of self-diving cars attracts money. Toyota, Softbank and Denso just announced they're investing $1 billion in Uber Technologies' Advanced Technologies Group (ATG) to accelerate the development and commercialization of automated ridesharing services.
Most drivers are concerned about distracted drivers texting, but most of them are guilty of the same thing.
Consumers said if they owned a connected car, they would be willing to make a payment for fuel or parking via the dashboard.