More consumers are getting connected car features, but automakers will have to focus on the unseen, but critical, aspect of data trust.
Growth of electric vehicles is predicted to continue but not become mainstream in the next decade.
A truck from Plus.ai just completed what it called the first coast-to-coast commercial freight run with an autonomous truck.
Subscriptions would allow for frequent content updates and opportunities for partnerships in the smart-home ecosystem,
As various business entities ranging from traditional automaker to tech companies pursue the development and deployment of fully autonomous vehicles, consumers remain attached to their cars. The majority (84%) of U.S. consumers see the car as essential to getting around.
China is projected to lead the number of connected vehicles on the road until 2030.
Smart devices present a potential problem if not properly managed, according to the FBI.
Augmented reality is starting to see more widespread usage, even if not totally perceived as AR by consumers. The first mass AR execution was in Pokemon Go, launched in 2016, as millions of consumers new to the technology tapped it to capture creatures as they popped up in their surroundings.
The company expects to develop "shopping, delivery, streaming and multi-modal mobility services."
Amazon is using AI so developers can create an original song in seconds.