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Apple also blocks Google’s internal apps

Published on 02/01/2019 @ 9 AM EST

Just like they did to Facebook, Apple has blocked Google’s internal and employee apps. The reason is similar to the Screenwise Meter app pays users in gift cards for allowing Google to monitor their data usage. While similar to the Facebook blocking, the Google app actually launched back in 2012. The block includes earlier versions of Gmail, Google Maps, Hangouts, and more.

Waze Beacons help with underground navigation

Published on 02/01/2019 @ 9 AM EST

The driving navigation app has been installing Beacons in tunnels throughout NYC and Chicago. The goal is to keep drivers connected where they usually lose signal, for improved navigation.

Jaguar Land Rover introducing self-driving safety features

Published on 01/26/2019 @ 1 AM EST

The car brand is testing projection technology for self-driving vehicles. The projector displays lights on the road, indicating the direction the vehicle is traveling.

Swarm Technologies is bringing IoT to the skies

Published on 01/25/2019 @ 9 AM EST

Swarm Technologies just raised $25 million in a Series A round to launch a 150-satellite constellation into space. Named SpaceBEEs, the satellites would allow the IoT to be accessible all over the world.

Boeing’s flying car prototype has lift-off

Published on 01/24/2019 @ 11 AM EST

Boeing has been testing their 30-foot long flying car prototype and it has officially (and successfully) hovered a few feet above ground. Part drone, helicopter, and plane, the goal is to reach 50-mile ranges with space for two or four passengers.

Scout is Amazon’s own autonomous delivery robot

Published on 01/24/2019 @ 11 AM EST

Amazon has officially debuted Scout, their own delivery robot. The autonomous vehicle is complete with six wheels, struts along at a walking pace, and will function in daylight hours.