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The electric plane will be able to take off and land vertically, and Uber hopes to have a fleet of 50 ready for testing in Dallas and Dubai by 2020.
Developers will be able to create their own chatbots using the same language processing that powers Amazon's own Alexa voice assistant.
Aimed at professional filmmakers, the cameras allow audience members to move around within a 360-degree scene, instead of being stuck in the camera's original position.
You could also be able to listen to speech and other sounds using an artificial skin. It's all part of Facebook's advanced Building 8 research efforts.
Even as it faces setbacks with its high-flying drone, Facebook is looking toward other efforts to beam internet from the sky to under-connected areas of the world.
The new Facebook Spaces app, in a closed beta, is the company's latest offering for people who want to share photos and videos with their friends online.
Updates to the bot platform for Facebook Messenger will let you play a song directly from Spotify and ask questions of small businesses, among other new features.
The last shipments of the console, a miniature version of the original NES that plays games compatible with today's HDTVs, will arrive in stores this month.
The Tesla CEO said the semi truck will be unveiled in September, while the pickup will be ready in 18 to 24 months.
Bots from Marble, a San Francisco startup, are now delivering orders from Yelp's Eat24 app, dodging pedestrians and other obstacles along the way.
Qualcomm is also the recipient of a lawsuit from Apple and the subject of multiple government investigations into its business practices.
The feature, available first on the Cadillac CT6, will allow drivers to take their hands off the wheel and let the car steer itself on the highway.
The company is investigating a report that data for payment cards used at Gamestop.com has shown up for sale online.
The company's first production shoe with a 3D-printed design uses a technology that was originally conceived in the 1980s for rear-projection TVs.
If your kid is prone to falling asleep during a car ride, this crib could save you a lot of time -- if you can get one, that is.