Ford and Walmart are looking out for introverts who dont want to go shopping in public or deal with delivery drivers.
Past November, the two companies announced that they were teaming up with delivery service Postmates to develop a service in which self-driving cars transport Walmart goods right to customers homes saving them from ever having to leave their houses or interact with another human being.
Users will be transported to a fully immersive stadium experience, through headsets, as if they are sitting in their own hospitality box. All 33 matches broadcast by the BBC will be available for free on BBC Sport's VR 2018 World Cup app.
Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the day with a keynote on how were taking a broader view of our responsibility by not only giving people powerful tools, but also making sure those tools are used for good. He discussed our responsibility to keep building new services that bring people together in meaningful new ways across Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Messenger and Oculus.
Google is planning to adopt a blockchain-like ledger system, people familiar with the situation told Bloomberg. Google will use the tech, the report states, as a means of differentiating its cloud business from rivals. The company would also supposedly license the ledger system so that other companies could run it on their own servers.
With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, we're getting ready for a stack of announcements from most of the big smartphone vendors. And at the top of the list of new phones is the Samsung Galaxy S9. Samsung's flagship smartphone sets the agenda for many of the others and is part of the Korean manufacturer's ongoing game of catch-up and leapfrog with their main rival Apple.
What can we expect from the Galaxy S9? Let's take a look at the most credible leaks and rumours.