Amazon has launched two grocery drive-up stores in Seattle, enabling customers to place a grocery order and collect as soon as 15 minutes after purchase. The service is in beta testing with employees.
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LinkedIn has announced an update for its service, providing a 'Trending Storylines' feature as a means of presenting the daily curated content based on the user's industry and interests.
An Italian retailer has leaked two photographs of the marketing material for Destiny 2. The first indicates an upcoming beta release for the sequel, whilst the second shows the title's release date.
Facebook is experimenting with a new interface for its comments feature, bringing the display closer to the Messages graphic format. The tweak shows how the company is moving towards visual synergy.
Uber president Jeff Jones has announced his resignation from the company, leaving after less than six months. The news follows a series of controversies endured by the company in the past weeks.
Intel has launched its Intel Optane SSD series of memory, designed to drive artifical intelligence and machine learning technology. The Optane series includes the anticipated 3D Xpoint technology.
Apple has been found guilty of fixing the price of iPhones in Russia, by demanding a minimum retail price. Apple has three months to appeal the verdict, yet could be fined 15% of total Russian sales.
Sony has revealed that it will be expanding its PlayStation Now service to include PlayStation 4 games in the near future. The company likely hopes to rival Microsoft's recently launched Xbox Pass.
Ubisoft has announced 'Tom Clancy's The Division' will receive two free expansion packs this year, including cosmetic upgrades, a leaderboard system and additional content-focused narrative gameplay.
The battle between Apple and Android continues as comScore reveals the most popular smartphone manufacturers in the US, and statistics on the most popular smartphone platforms, for early 2017.
Facebook is testing a Reactions feature for its Messenger service, enabling users to react to messages by selecting from a choice of emoji. The update builds upon its popular Reactions for News Feed.
Amazon's Alexa may include voice calling functionality that works between its future devices. The system could function as an intercom service, enabling people to communicate over a VoIP connection.
Google Assistant will be opening up to all devices running Android 6.0+ in the coming weeks. Having previously only been supported on Google's own devices, the update aims to popularise the Assistant.
Alphabet has accused Uber of using stolen technology to develop its own autonomous car project. Alphabet's Waymo claims former executive, Levandowski, stole trade secrets in excess of 14,000 files.
Microsoft Bookings, an appointment booking tool, has officially been released for Android users. Functionality includes access to a calendar, customer lists, contact details and a manual booking page.
Donald Trump has a collection of 3643 websites registered to his name, adding 490 websites in the 18 months before his inauguration. TrumpisFired.com and ImBeingSuedByDonaldTrump.com are two examples.
Kings College Hospital has launched a virtual reality app designed to mitigate patients' fears ahead of an MRI scan. The virtual experience includes a tour of the hospital and a friendly physician.
The NCSC is formally being opened by the Queen today, having previously defended against 188 cyber attacks in the past three months. The Centre will employ 100 private sector employees on secondment.
Buckingham Palace has posted a job listing requiring someone to help shape the Queen's online presence, including managing her personal Twitter account, Facebook page and official website.
Uber has started mapping Asia's roads to collect data on customer's travel routes, traffic patterns and pickup & drop off locations. Singapore is the first country to begin the mapping process today.
Thousands of British teenagers are to be given cyber security training with the aim of tackling the 200 daily cyber attacks against the government. The course includes work experience opportunities.
Activision has confirmed the next Call of Duty release will revert back to its original format in this year's title: likely featuring boots on the ground gameplay and traditional combat.
Apple has hired the former director of Amazon's Fire TV division to take charge of marketing the Apple TV. The decision hopes to restore the device's popularity after suffering declining annual sales.
A Best Buy employee has leaked photographs of the LG Watch Style, an Android Wear 2.0 device expected to be released in the near future. The photographs confirm previous leaked coverage of the watch.
Apple has plans to start producing iPhones in southern India. According to an IT minister, Apple would be able to sell directly to India's customers and improve on its current 2% market share.
Domino's has updated its Facebook Messenger chatbot to support full menu orders. The pizza delivery service released the update just days ahead of the Super Bowl event, expecting a surge in orders.
John Kelly has stated his commitment to analyzing social media accounts and the browsing history of potential visitors to the United States. The news builds on the White House's prior announcement.
A report has confirmed that a passenger aircraft almost collided with a drone flying at 500ft above a primary school in Birmingham, England. The incident is amongst 60 other reported near collisions.
Microsoft has added new features to its OneDrive for Business service, including a standalone Mac client and improved syncing capabilities. Both iOS and Android updates are confirmed for the future.
Pioneer has announced two UHD Blu-ray drives for desktop computers, the the BDR-S11J-BK and BDR-S11J-X. Both models are capable of 4K playback and come included with the latest PureRead4+ technology.
The Australian government has set its plans in motion for facial, iris and fingerprint recognition to replace manual checking of passports, at major airports and sea ports around the country.
LinkedIn has announced a complete redesign of its desktop user interface, aiming to closer resemble its mobile applications. The update includes improved messaging features and a universal search bar.
Microsoft has released a beta version of PIX for Windows 10, a tool designed to provide developers with game performance analytics. Previously available on Xbox, PIX works with DirectX 12 games.
A new report indicates that ISIS has been using commercial drones to drop grenade-sized bombs from the sky. The unmanned aircrafts have so far killed civilians and damaged equipment in Mosul.
Nvidia has begun rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to its Shield TV device. Included in the update is 4K support for its Gamestream service and a newly created Nvidia Games portal to access downloads.
The European Commission has plans to give users more control over their cookie preferences, whilst changing legislation requiring websites to alert users of any cookies stored on the browsing device.
Twitch has confirmed the dates and location for TwitchCon 2017, its annual gaming convention. The event hopes to attract in excess of 35,000 visitors, seen in 2016, with diverse exhibitions.
A new keyboard designed for lawyers has been released, created to provide quick access to functions regularly used in the legal profession. Included is a button for common symbols and legal phrases.
Steve Frappier's laptop saved him from being hit by a bullet in the mass-shooting at Florida's Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport. Frappier didn't realize his luck until afterwards.
Known as Aristotle, a new smart speaker is set to equip children with AI functionality from soothing music to foreign language tuition. Aristotle is packed with both Amazon Alexa and a local AI.