Amazon may be working on a smartphone with hologram-like 3D Amazon is reportedly developing a smartphone that sports a 3D screen that relies on retina-tracking technology to make images seem to float above the screen like a hologram. With the smartphone, users would be able to navigate through content by using their eyes alone, according to two unnamed people who discussed the phone with the Wall Street Journal. More
Humans again to blame for latest accidents involving Google ... - NetworkWorld Humans again to blame for latest accidents involving Google ... - Good Gear Guide 07/6/2015 - 4:11 am | View Link
Self-Driving Cadillac CTS Will Hit Roads In 2017 - UberGizmo As car manufacturers and even software companies work on self-driving cars , General Motors doesn’t want to ... driving Cadillac CTS Sedan will ... 07/5/2015 - 3:50 pm | View Link
Google driverless cars in accidents again, humans at fault — again - USA Today More accidents for Google's self-driving cars - Business Review Albany 07/2/2015 - 10:48 am | View Link
Do Greener Cars Lead Consumers to Hit the Road More Often? - Epoch Times ... difficult challenge we have ever faced.” MORE: Can Self-Driving Cars Crash Into Each Other? Google Is Testing Self-Driving Cars, but What If... 07/1/2015 - 9:52 am | View Link
Google Self-Driving Cars Got Into Two Accidents in June - NBCNews.com Watch as we follow one of Google's new self-driving cars - Good Gear Guide 07/1/2015 - 5:42 am | View Link
Self-driving cars still face some roadblocks We know autonomous cars will have even more software coding. One major attack and consumer confidence in the technology could be severely damaged. DETROIT FREE PRESS Google tests self-driving cars in tricky situations 2) How much will these vehicles cost? 07/25/2015 - 10:25 pm | View Link
A Google Self-Driving Car Is Hit from Behind, Leads to First Injury One of Google's autonomous cars was hit from behind at a traffic light, but it was the other driver's fault, according to Google. For the first time, one of Google's self-driving cars was involved in a minor crash that caused minor injuries. However ... 07/20/2015 - 9:14 am | View Link
Distracted Driver Rear-Ends Google Self-Driving Car The vehicle in question rear-ended Google's prototype because of "distracted driving." "Our self-driving cars are being hit surprisingly often by other drivers who are distracted and not paying attention to the road," Chris Urmson, director of Google's ... 07/17/2015 - 10:51 am | View Link
Google self-driving cars hit ‘surprisingly often’ by distracted drivers One of Google Inc’s self-driving cars was involved in an accident early in July, in which three employees were injured when a vehicle equipped with Google technology was rear-ended by another vehicle, the company said. Several employees suffered minor ... 07/17/2015 - 8:18 am | View Link
Google self-driving car involved in first injury accident FILE: Google took another step toward taking self-driving cars mainstream on June 25 ... wrote that his SUVs "are being hit surprisingly often" by distracted drivers, perhaps people looking at their phones. "The clear theme is human error and inattention ... 07/17/2015 - 5:06 am | View Link
Google’s Self-Driving Pod Cars Hit the Road | TakePart No steering wheel or gas pedal is required for the electric vehicles that could make a big dent in carbon pollution. 07/27/2015 - 4:51 pm | View Website
Google's self-driving cars will hit the streets soon SciTech Taking a test ride in a Google self-driving car. Google's self-driving cars are being tested on city streets, where the cars have to figure out how to share ... 07/27/2015 - 12:48 pm | View Website
Google's Self-Driving Car Hits Roads Next Month—Without a ... Google’s Self-Driving Car Hits Roads Next Month—Without a Wheel or Pedals Google's latest self-driving car prototype has headlights, but no steering wheel or pedals. 07/27/2015 - 12:19 pm | View Website
Audi's Self-Driving Car Hits 150 MPH on an F1 Track | WIRED In the realm of self-driving cars, Google tends to get all the attention. Its vehicles have covered more than 700,000 miles on their own, and an adorable, steering ... 07/27/2015 - 4:19 am | View Website
Google Self-driving Prototype Cars Hit Public Roads Google said on Thursday that its self-driving prototype cars have taken to streets in the Silicon Valley city of Mountain View where it has its headquarters. 06/25/2015 - 11:09 am | View Website
If history is anything to go by, the successor to the iPhone 6 is due for release in September. That's only a little over a month from now, so we've compiled a list of everything we know about the next iPhone. Here's what (we think) we know so far. It will probably look identical to the iPhone 6.
Dutch startup Catawiki has raised a huge Series C round of funding: $82 million in investment from Lead Edge Capital, as well as existing investors Accel and Project A Ventures. Catawiki isn't a normal auction website like eBay. Instead, it's geared towards collectors who are looking to sell unique or collectible items online.
David Cameron is on a trade mission to South East Asia right now, and he's banging the drum for Britain's fintech industry. The Prime Minister is throwing his weight behind a new fintech manifesto from trade body Innovate Finance, published on Thursday, and is holding a roundtable in Indonesia to coincide with the manifesto's release.
At this point, pretty much everything in your home has been given a smartphone-aided makeover — light bulbs and central air systems, to name a couple. So, a Bluetooth-enabled cooking thermometer isn’t much of a reach. It is, however, a convenient tool for cooking perfectly medium-rare steaks at home. The iGrill Mini monitors your foods' internal temperature from up to 150 feet away using the free iDevices Connected app on your smartphone or tablet.
While there's been a lot of hand-wringing recently about how teens are ditching Facebook, the company still dominates the social media sphere because it's not just one network. During Facebook's bang-up Q2 earnings, the company shared updates on each of its separate apps that serves as the perfect reminder about just how enormous Facebook is: That's a 100 million bump for Messenger, a 150 million pop for Groups, and a 100 million surge for WhatsApp since Facebook's last update in March.