The U.S. and China will account for about half of all IoT spending, followed by Western Europe and Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan and China.
The partnerships for self-driving cars are moving into high gear.
"By the middle of the next decade, we expect one-third of all cars we sell to be fully autonomous," says Volvo CEO.
It's taken some time, but augmented reality is finally being used for some practical applications.
Chinese company Neolix started production of self-driving delivery vans, with plans to deliver 1,000 of the vehicles to customers including Huawei Technologies.
Wearing the glasses, workers can see what's in front of them along with relevant digital data displayed via the device.
Consumers seem to at least be more aware of the idea of self-driving vehicles. More than half (52%) of Americans say they are familiar with or knowledgeable about autonomous vehicles.
Scanning the QR code launches an interactive mobile game where consumers can play to win Malibu-branded swag and receive cocktail recipes.
Erica is being used for everyday banking activities in addition to complex tasks using artificial intelligence and natural-language processing.
To use the service, a person needs a new LG V50 ThinQ Android phone (around $1,100) or an HTC 5G Hub ($600), which could be used at home to connect up to 20 devices.