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WeRide has completed a total of 147,128 robotaxi trips for more than 60,000 passengers in the past year, it says. Nearly 60% of about 650 passengers surveyed say they use the robotaxi service for regular commutes.
Apple Inc acquired a startup specialising in advanced artificial intelligence and computer vision technology that may help the iPhone maker improve its own AI across a number of apps and services.
The Japanese are never short of ideas when it comes to innovation. After unveiling a first prototype this spring, the University of Tokyo is now presenting a new version of its “poimo” concept (“POrtable and Inflatable MObility”), an inflatable electric scooter.
As the world grows more and more digital, and as remote working and remote learning increasingly become the way of life, Huawei’s IdeaHub is the device to help businesses, governments, and individuals alike settle into the next normal.
Wearable technology is taking on a different meaning in the world of automobiles. As employees age and younger people shun the idea of working on a factory production line, car companies are looking at ways to lighten the load.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced Italian tyremaker Pirelli to temporarily shut its factories in March, R&D chief Pierangelo Misani needed a rapid rethink.
Zoom Video Communications Inc chief executive officer Eric Yuan said the company will do a better job integrating office chatroom products from Slack Technologies Inc and Microsoft Corp, betting that cooperation is better than competition for the software maker’s growth.
The all-new OPPO Watch – the world’s first smartwatch with dual-curved display and Wear OS by Google
ONE of the latest trends in smart technologies is the wearable smartwatch and it has slowly become a must-have device on your wrist.
A French startup has presented a solution designed to help you avoid forgetting any important item before leaving your home, office or the restaurant.
Virgin Hyperloop has picked the US state of West Virginia to host a US$500mil (RM2.08bil) certification centre and test track for billionaire Richard Branson's super high-speed travel system.