By Emily Badger Emily Badger Reporter Bio Follow There's a lot of evidence that millennials don't drive as much — or care as much for cars in general — as previous generations their own age did. They're
SJ, a state-owned rail line launched in 2000, recently announced that it would begin scanning the hands of people with certain biometric chips embedded in their skin to collect train fare. SJ estimates
Is that you, Magneto? A skin-attached 2D magnetic field sensor allows the wearer to control the light intensity of a virtual bulb by rotating his hand over a magnetic field source. (Credit: Helmholtz-Zentrum
It’s hard to believe AI can interact with people this naturally Onstage at I/O 2018, Google showed off a jaw-dropping new capability of Google Assistant: in the not too distant future, it’s going to make
Yep, no joke. It’s the expansion of Amazon’s key service. The service was first launched last year and gave Amazon delivery drivers access to your house so they could slip packages inside the front door.
Desktop Metal has had no issues raising interest (or funding) in the manufacturing world. The metal 3D printing company announced today that it’s score another $65 million in backing, bringing its total
Car shoppers in Guangzhou, China now have the ability to buy or try a car using a smartphone app and a car vending machine. The facility came out of a partnership signed two years ago between Ford and
Vroom, an on-demand car buying and selling startup that has raised over $300 million in venture funding, has hit a bump in the road. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that the company has laid off sizeable