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Uber names Melbourne as first non-US city for flying car programme

Uber on June 11 selected Melbourne, Australia, as the first non-US city for its aerial ridesharing service that is expected to launch in 2023, as it unveiled new partners for the ambitious initiative.


Amazon employees are pressuring the company to become a leader on climate

Amazon is preparing to do something it's never done before: disclose its company-wide greenhouse gas emissions.


The trade war didn’t stop a Google and Huawei AI collaboration

When Huawei announced its latest smartphone last week, the world’s largest telecommunications gear maker also shared another product. Track AI promises to pair software with Huawei devices to let “non-trained professionals” diagnose eye conditions.


Forget flying carpets, flying taxis are coming your way

We've all dreamed while stuck in traffic jams of being able to just lift off and fly over the gridlock.


Google’s Pixel Lite just passed through the FCC

Google is getting ready to release its upcoming budget phone any day now, judging from a series of new filings that surfaced Feb 25 morning: The company filed a number of applications with the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a new smartphone that very likely the much-rumoured Pixel Lite.


Video game releases: Apex Legends, God Eater 3, Etrian Odyssey Nexus, more

Apex Legends dominates the week as a free, fast-moving, heavyweight contender in the Battle Royale space, among other releases.


Bell unveils the Air Taxi you may be able to hail through Uber next year

Bell kicked off the official opening day of CES 2019 Jan 8 by showing off the full-scale design of the Bell Nexus, an air taxi of the not-so-distant future.


Chinese startups floor the pedal in a driverless car race

A clutch of Chinese startups are accelerating efforts to get autonomous vehicles onto roads in the world’s biggest auto market, a country their American peers from Alphabet Inc’s Waymo to General Motors Co’s Cruise may find tough to crack.


Algorithms are coming for their jobs, so workers are teaching themselves algorithms

When cybersecurity firm Malwarebytes started automating its quality assurance testing last year, it knew that the move could put more than four dozen employees out of work.


PUBG Mobile takes step towards worldwide availability

The free, mobile version of hugely popular last-person-standing game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is inching towards international availability after being made available in Canada following its Chinese launch in February.