Whether streaming, emailing or Zooming, new work-at-home converts turned to more and more tech to keep themselves up and running.
The global pandemic is taking its toll on development of self-driving vehicles.
As use of voice assistants continues to skyrocket, the companies behind those assistants look for business models to monetize all that voice. Consumers will interact with voice assistants on 8.4 billion devices by 2024.
Google just released video footage from its archive of its first-generation Waymo Driver.
COVID-19 is driving up streaming services while pushing down sales of tech devices, according to the new biannual consumer technology sales and forecast report by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
"We realized that we could potentially use our R2 unmanned vehicles to provide truly contactless delivery of goods," said self-driving startup Nuro.
The app-based Maven service, started in early 2016 as a ZipCar competitor, was suspended in March due to the pandemic.
Multimedia hearables have arrived. Hearables -- formerly considered to be ear-worn devices that purely provided app-enabled audio adjustments -- have changed.
In more than 25 cities, Uber Connect provides same-day deliveries of packages for a fee, similar to the way Uber rides are charged.
Autonomous driving company Pony.ai just announced it's starting a contactless, last-mile delivery service with ecommerce platform company Yamibuy.