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Innovation

Tesla touchscreens will provide YouTube

Published on 06/16/2019 @ 10 AM EST
The company's CEO, Elon Musk, announced YouTube is coming to in-car touchscreens. Coming at the E3 event, the announcement surprises some people as the video app requires a lot of attention from drivers. Tesla will likely open its platform to more third-party apps in the future.

Amazon Spheres offer botanical workspace

Published on 06/16/2019 @ 10 AM EST
Just unveiled by Amazon, these conservatories offer a relaxing workspace. This 70,000 square foot botanical park sits in downtown Seattle near the company's headquarters. With more than 40,000 plants from 30 countries, the gardens should provide space for meetings.

Uber will deliver McDonald’s

Published on 06/16/2019 @ 10 AM EST
The company's aerial-focused branch will begin delivering food in San Diego. Customers can order from McDonald's and other restaurants. Uber Elevate will cost about the same as Uber Eats, though delivery times should be quicker.

Multiple companies announce innovations at Computex

Published on 05/27/2019 @ 11 AM EST
Taipei’s PC-related event has shown us that smartphones are likely to improve as they’ll have access to significantly faster CPUs. Additionally, AMD announced its Navi GPU geared toward consumers, Intel has a new Core i9 that will have 4GHz speed, and Lenovo has an upcoming Project Limitless laptop with a battery that will last days.

Facebook develops AI that can feel

Published on 05/20/2019 @ 11 AM EST
The social media giant is researching AI robots that have the five senses. The research team behind this is focusing on giving the robots time to explore their environment and experience different things. Ultimately, Facebook hopes to be able to better predict the outcome of actions.

Wing to begin drone deliveries in Finland

Published on 05/19/2019 @ 8 AM EST
Starting in June, the drone company will deliver packages in Helsinki. The trial run will begin in a densely populated area of the capital. This service will deliver packages from a local supermarket and café.