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A new study says that while autonomous vehicle technology has great promise to reduce crashes, it may not be able to prevent all mishaps caused by human error.
Consumer Electronics Show organisers said June 3 that they are going ahead with plans to bring together people from around the world at a massive annual gathering in Las Vegas.
When giant cruise ships set sail again, with up to some 8,880 passengers and crew on board, they’ll be on the cutting edge of post-pandemic technology. They’ll have to be.
In a workshop that blends a corporate office with a tool-packed garage, around 20 South Koreans are looking to take on the multi-billion-dollar giants of Uber, Tesla and Google parent Alphabet with a self-driving car of their own.
Facebook Inc employees became increasingly bold in expressing their dismay at chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg’s decision not to take action on incendiary comments posted to the social network by US President Donald Trump, tweeting out criticisms and staging a virtual walkout.
An image making its rounds on Twitter was discovered to contain a glitch – an improperly coded colour profile – that crashed Android phones.
Smartphone users have a new way to keep their distance – a tool that lets them know when people are getting closer than pandemic guidelines recommend.
Predators are taking advantage of the Covid-19 pandemic to exploit children who are mostly stuck to their screens, as the conditional movement control order continues.
Chinese flying taxi maker Ehang gets approval to test drone deliveries for cargo weighing over 150kg
Ehang is the world’s first autonomous aerial vehicle company approved to conduct commercial trials of passenger drones for transporting heavy cargo, it says. The pilotless 216 flying car can hold two passengers and travel at up to 130km per hour.
THESE days, you don’t need sophisticated camera equipment anymore when you have smartphones that can offer you the same quality and level of experience.