The coronavirus is taking its toll on the wearables market, at least from a growth perspective. The market is now projected to grow 9% this year, reaching 368 million devices shipped, according to the latest forecast.
Virtual and augmented reality live in a state of future potential. After cardboard VR viewers and failed consumer AR glasses, the technologies just aren't catching on.
The global smart-home market is being hit hard by the coronavirus. The market now is forecast to fall nearly $20 billion short of previous estimates for 2020.
Uber had stopped its trials in California in the wake of a fatal crash in Arizona two yeas ago.
Late last year, Land O'Lakes used an autonomous truck from Plus.ai to test coast-to-coast deliveries of its butter.
Global shipments of wearable devices grew a whopping 82% in Q4 2019, reaching 119 million units. The stunning growth was driven by hearables, which accounted for more than half of the entire market.
Self-driving cars may not soon find a home in the garages of consumers. The expected high price of fully autonomous vehicles makes them much more likely candidates for ride-sharing services or product deliveries.
While artificial intelligence is increasingly being used for dealing with customer issues, those customers have mixed feelings about it.
Only 12% would trust riding in a self-driving car, based on a new study.
Just when it seems like funding for development of self-driving vehicles has peaked, along comes another round of investments. Alphabet's Waymo said it was receiving a $2.25 billion investment to grow its driverless car program earlier this week.