• IoT Spending Projected To Pass $1 Trillion In 2022; Consumer Market Taking Lead
    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.
  • Hyundai, Kia Invest In Aurora To Help Develop Their Driverless Cars
    The partnerships for self-driving cars are moving into high gear.
  • Volvo, Uber Unveil Next-Generation Self-Driving Car
    "By the middle of the next decade, we expect one-third of all cars we sell to be fully autonomous," says Volvo CEO.
  • Columbia Sportswear Company Taps AR To Show Outdoor Gear
    It's taken some time, but augmented reality is finally being used for some practical applications.
  • Autonomous Delivery Vans Move Into Mass Production
    Chinese company Neolix started production of self-driving delivery vans, with plans to deliver 1,000 of the vehicles to customers including Huawei Technologies.
  • Google Glass Is Back, This Time For Businesses
    Wearing the glasses, workers can see what's in front of them along with relevant digital data displayed via the device.
  • 52% Familiar With Self-Driving Vehicles, 57% Would Ride In One
    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.
  • Malibu Rum Launches Interactive Bottle Caps
    Scanning the QR code launches an interactive mobile game where consumers can play to win Malibu-branded swag and receive cocktail recipes.
  • Bank Of America's Virtual Assistant Handles 50 Million Requests
    Erica is being used for everyday banking activities in addition to complex tasks using artificial intelligence and natural-language processing.
  • Sprint Lights Up 5G In Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Kansas City
    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.
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