A virtually impaired lady with a walking stick touching one of Google's self automated cars. The look on her face shows she just can't wait for that day to own one, and go anywhere she wants like someone with a good visual memory would. I, for one, would welcome autonomous vehicles any day any time.
Keep up the good work guys +Google Self-Driving Car Project
Forget the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus smartphones for a moment,and brace yourself for the unseen but eagerly-awaited iPhone 7 handset. Here's the iPhone 7 concept by Dani Yako of Behance. This iPhone 7 has a sleek, slim design and is running iOS 9, a 5.4-inch sapphire display with 2880 by 1880 pixel resolution and powered by Apple's A9 processor with 4GB of RAM.
A new website created by Freelance technologist Natalia Rojas brings together all 1.278,842,363 Facebook profile pictures in one place, and claims to arranged them numerically starting with Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg. Try it yourself.
BMW is accelerating plans to acquire technology expertise in a race with the likes of Apple Inc. and Google to make cars smart enough to react like human drivers.
The German automaker is pushing to acquire startups, partner with tech companies and hire talent to build an electronic brain for self automating vehicles, Klaus Froehlich, BMW AG’s head of development, said in an interview in Munich. At stake is billions in potential profit as value in the auto industry gradually shifts to autonomous taxis.
Since we reported that Google had unveiled a new , less expensive Cardboard virtual reality goggles for you and I to immerse ourselves in virtual reality in a fun and inexpensive way, we have been receiving emails from our readers asking to know where to buy Google Cardboard VR headset.
An anonymous woman, or grandma, accidentally gave away a first generation Apple Computer that cost $200,000 to recycling center in California, after she collected up items used by her late husband. The Apple 1 Computer in question was built by the company's founders: Steve Job, Steve Wozniak and Ron Wayne in 1976.
Does anyone else feel like calling them "self-driving cars" is immediately limiting the conversation and people's thinking about what the future will look like?
I do like the term, to be fair, "self-driving cars" because it does immediately let everyone know what you are talking about. "Wheeled robots," "Auton," "ground drones," "Autos" or any other of the options out there right now don't convey what the technology looks like right now, even if they might be a better fit in the future. So maybe that's the end of the conversation.
I've just travelled back from April 2032 to June 2015 to see what was discussed on "Wearobo.com", a site that was huge back in the day in 2015, and this interests me. I'm only here for a day or so (due to my time-travelling device's limits). John Titor may have been a hoax in the 2000s, but in 2032, we can time-travel, due to an invention released in 2027.
Wearobo.com, I should add, is now a company that has become super-successful in 2032, pushing other blogging sites into oblivion but not bankruptcy
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg predicts that future virtual and augmented reality headsets will look like your ordinary sunglasses. For instance, Google Glass. Do you agree with him? If you ask me I would Yes! That will make them more comfortable on our faces and drive adoption. However, I still believe we all must learn from the demise of Google Glass.
Yesterday I visited my local Ford dealership to check out their self-driving car.
Ford’s most advanced ADAS (autonomous driver assistance system) features are offered on the Ford Escape Titanium, which is Ford’s premier cross-over SUV.
General Motors' CEO Mary Barra revealed in her keynote speech at the Intelligent Transport System World that her company has plans to build a 2017 model of a self automated Cadillac CTS Sedan, with vehicle-to-vehicle communication technology.
You have been hearing a lot about self-driving cars lately, but have you thought about flying cars? Yes, flying cars. Some of us thought that flying cars would never come, and that they are confine only to science fiction but hey--they are here already.And are jaw dropping!
This happened in Lagos,Nigeria today.This is extreme cruelty! Why would anyone put am animal, let alone a cow, in the trunk of their car. An Honda Accord for that matter. Where are the traffic cops in Lagos? This is barbaric! And it could damage the vehicle.
Ford-owned Lincoln Motor Company has showed off its Navigator concept ahead of the New York International Auto Show, and this luxurious SUV will leave anyone mesmerize when they set their eyes on it. The Lincoln Navigator is a quiet luxury Sport Utility Vehicle, as Lincoln calls it, with breathtaking designs inside and out--ribbed seats with widescreen displays for rear passengers, two giant gull-wing doors etc. like the new Tesla Model X. Everything you see here will go into the production version of the Lincoln Navigator. See more pictures below
General Motors CEO Mary Barra revealed in September last year that the largest US automaker will roll out a self-driving model 2017 CTS sedan with super cruise technology that takes control of steering, acceleration and braking at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour. I like the idea, but before GM kickstart this project, I would like to make a prediction: When GM's 2017 cadillac model hit the market, the US automaker will be the first to recall a self-driving car. Mark my words.
It is widely reported that ride-sharing startup Uber is placing an order for 100,000 Mercedes-Benz S-Class self-driving cars. 100,000 S-Class could cost the company a whooping $11 billion.That seems unbelievably large, especially with the technology of self-driving cars so uncertain.
Virtual reality represents a new frontier for gaming and Sony knows it. That's why it will sell its PlayStation VR to PS4 owners for as little as $400 when it officially launches in October this year. The company released the price of the PlayStationVR at the Game Developer Conference on Tuesday.