Today’s major tech stories include Verizon’s 5G test rollout, Instagram’s introduction of slideshows and Disney’s wireless charging technology.
Read more: http://cnet.co/2lw8dfM The futuristic campus will have a giant ring-shaped building covered in glass and a theater named after former CEO Steve Jobs.
An image alleged to the be next S phone pops up online, with features that match a lot of the rumors we’ve heard.
All the tech headlines that matter today. We delve into new details about the iPhone 8’s possible facial scanner, drone delivery tests being conducted by UPS and the Note 7’s possible comeback.
The Actev Motors Arrow smart electric go-kart is for kids who want an upgrade from the Power Wheels, but it has the high-tech safety features to keep parents at ease.
The biggest tech headlines of the day include Snap selling Spectacles online, Microsoft’s new roadmap for its Hololens and YouTube ditching the 30 second ad.
In today’s tech news, Apple acquires an Israeli facial recognition software startup and Amazon lowers its minimum spend for free shipping to $35 from $49. And Kim Dotcom, founder of Megaupload, could finally be extradited to the US to face copyright infringement charges.
The day may be coming when only the wealthy and the foolish avoid EVs.
In this week’s wrap-up, a South Korean court orders the arrest of Samsung’s acting leader. Meanwhile in the US, Verizon jumps back on the unlimited data wagon causing every other wireless carrier to take note.
Jay Y. Lee, Samsung’s vice chairman and acting head, has been arrested and faces charges of perjury, embezzlement and bribing the impeached president of South Korea.