Workhorse Group is launching a drone delivery pilot program in Loveland, Ohio. Residents will be able to use a dedicated app to have their packages delivered by drones launched from nearby delivery vans. The drones are the same HorseFly models used in a test with UPS last year.
According to reports, Netflix will be producing an action film starring Ryan Reynolds and directed by Michael Bay. The movie, titled Six Underground, will also be written by Deadpool scribes Paul Wernick and Rhett Reese. Expect it to arrive on Netflix sometime in 2019.
Slack rolled out a new feature called Actions, enabling you to enhance conversations with support for apps such as Asana, Bitbucket, and more. Merely click on the "More actions" three-dot icon to pull up a menu listing supporting apps. For instance, you can add a conversation to a Jira Cloud issue.
Despite the brand, and the looks of it, the Blade Stealth is not a gaming laptop. Instead, Razer has made a thin-and-light laptop that competes with the Dell XPS 13 and MacBook Pros of the world. But Razer has an ace in its sleeve. The Razer Core external GPU can transform this laptop into a desktop-grade gaming machine.
HTC has fallen on hard times, but that hasn't stopped the Taiwanese manufacturer from releasing great smartphones. Join us for a comparison of the new HTC U12 Plus and last year's surprisingly-good HTC U11 as we put them head-to-head across various categories to uncover their strengths and weaknesses.
Vivo is making the incredible Apex concept phone a reality, and not just a technical showcase. The phone was shown at MWC 2018 as an example of what's possible, but it was never certain the device would get an actual release. Now, Vivo has said the Apex will launch on June 12, and here's everything you need to know.
Manchester United is showing off a new kit made of recycled ocean garbage. The result of a long-term collaboration between Adidas and New York-based conservation group Parley, the unique sportswear is part of broader efforts to highlight the growing environmental problem of marine pollution.
HTC may have sold a large chunk of its smartphone engineers to Google, but that hasn’t stopped the Taiwanese manufacturer from releasing its next flagship phone almost exactly a year after the HTC U11. The HTC U12 Plus is here, and we’ve spent some time with it.
Strict regulations make it tough for Uber to launch its regular ridesharing service in Japan. But it hasn't lost hope. Taking a different approach, it plans to link its app with 20 cab firms to offer a taxi-hailing service to 150,000 inhabitants of an island near the city of Osaka.
Amazon uses software to highlight suspicious activity on its enormous shopping site, but sometimes it appears that it goes awry. A news report this week highlights how a number of customers have had their accounts shut down without warning, apparently for having returned too many items.
Microsoft is rumored to be working on a brand new Surface tablet, but beyond that we don't know much about it. That doesn't stop us speculating though, so we've put together a wish list of features and design choices we want to see when it finally makes its debut. Here's what we want to see with the new Surface tablet.
Moen’sEssie MotionSense kitchen faucet is a solid showcase of style and tech with an automatic faucet helps keep you, your faucet, and sink clean by making sure you never have to touch it. This kitchen upgrade is a straight-forward installation project for an average diyer with an hour or so to spare.
Juan de Rosenzweig, co-founder of Vaustil Primero, has created what might be the smartest (coolest) grill on the planet. The project was fully funded via Kickstarter in less than 20 hours.
A new Japanese trademark filing by Nintendo suggests that a plug-and-play Nintendo 64 Classic system is in the works. If it's planned for release, it will likely arrive this holiday season. The plug-and-play NES Classic was released in 2016, followed by the SNES Classic in 2017.
According to documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union, Amazon recently sold access to its real-time “Rekognition” facial recognition tech to the Orlando, Florida police department, which could potentially use it as part of its future crime-solving goals.