• Voice Assistants Get A Daily Workout
    Consumers are putting their voice assistants to work. By now, most people have at least heard of voice assistants, such as in the smart speaker lines of Amazon or Google.
  • Sony Making A Silent, Wearable Air Conditioner
    The device, called Reon Pocket, would slide into the pocket of a specially made undershirt and be controlled via mobile app.
  • 105 Million Voice Assistants Projected To Access Smart Home Devices This Year
    More than 90% of voice assistants will be used to control smart home devices by 2024, according to Juniper Research.
  • Walmart Launches Self-Driving Car Pilot
    Company will test autonomous vehicle to move customer orders on two-mile route between two stores in the retailer's hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas.
  • 31% Of U.S. Homes Lack A Broadband Connection: Study
    "The so-called digital divide, between those that can or cannot make the best use of the Internet, can be clearly felt in rural markets."
  • GM's Cruise Postpones Driverless Taxi Service
    Cruise plans large-scale deployment to accelerate testing in San Francisco but has no immediate plans to allow public to ride in its self-diving cars.
  • Mercedes, Bosch To Open Driverless Parking Garage
    The world's first fully automated valet parking system is opening at the Mercedes-Benz Museum parking garage.
  • Dali Museum Takes Augmented Reality Mainstream
    Augmented reality has been kicking around for quite a number of years. Back in 2012, I sat down with the leadership team of augmented reality pioneer Layar at its headquarters in Amsterdam, a few years after its founding.
  • BMW, Tencent Team On Self-Driving Cars
    The push to automated driving continues along with the teaming of resources.
  • New Autonomous System Lets Lead Driver Control Following Vehicle
    At the Automated Vehicle Symposium in Orlando, Peloton Technology unveiled its vision for using a single driver to drive a pair of vehicles.
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