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(Reuters) - The pandemic has bolstered the use of gadgets in an average U.S. household to 25 connected devices, up from 11 in 2019, including laptops, smartphones, streaming devices, smart TVs, headphones and gaming consoles, according to a Deloitte report.
DETROIT (Reuters) -General Motors Co plans to offer subscriptions for its Onstar Guardian security services to anyone in the United States or Canada who wants to download a smartphone app, expanding beyond owners of GM vehicles in a step to generate recurring revenue.
SEOUL (Reuters) - A South Korean industrial designer has come up with a satirical solution for "smartphone zombies" who can't take their eyes away from their screen long enough to stop themselves walking into a wall or other obstacle.
Electric cars, meet your competition. Electric boats are on the way.
A South Korean design student created an obstacles detecting device that assists phone addicts when walking distracted, to poke fun at this modern bad habit.
Vaxxing, not waxing, is the new must-do before a hot date, with dating apps joining the White House on May 21 to promote Covid-19 shots.
Most video games are focused on a storyline or missions, giving players task after task until they finally beat it. But many of these games, especially ones with immersive worlds, are worth taking a bit of time to explore. Here are five that are especially noteworthy.
Facebook has been toying with plans for Instagram for children, declaring it would be a “parent-controlled experience” allowing kids to keep up with friends. Just the “experience” every busy parent is clamouring for, another online arena to monitor.
Technology such as touchless payment systems to order food and apps to schedule times to ride attractions or make dining reservations is meant to reduce the risk of spreading Covid-19.
(Reuters) - Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor workers and spot people sleeping near ATMs, even as they remain wary about possible backlash over increased surveillance, more than a dozen banking and technology sources told Reuters.