The Japanese government has announced a plan to connect its global positioning system with the European Union’s Galileo to speed the deployment of autonomous cars in both regions. It follows some Japanese firms complaining that the Quasi-Zenith satellite system (QZSS) is incapable of working for consumers outside of Japan, because it is unable to speak […]
Because Internet everywhere.
A new way to launch science careers.
Looks like everything from Google Maps to Project Loon might benefit in the not-too-distant future.
Turns out that people mostly just want to use their television sets to, y’know, watch TV. So much for the smart TV. Instead, tablets are turning into tomorrow’s set-top box.
The Number 2 satellite television operator wants to buy Sprint, the nation’s third largest mobile carrier. What might this mean for mobile and television consumers?
Intel’s plans to launch a pay-TV service is likely to end as disastrously as its other stabs at the consumer electronics market. Remember Viiv? How about that fabulously successful Intel MP3 player?