Fans of J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World can look forward to an immersive new augmented-reality game arriving sometime next year, created by Niantic hand in hand with Warner Brothers.
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Ford Motor, Walmart, and delivery service Postmates will work together to develop a service for delivering goods and other groceries to Walmart consumers which could someday use self-driving cars.
Flipkart, an Indian-based e-commerce business owned by Walmart, has lost its Group CEO Binny Bansal after he resigned from the firm following an investigation into serious personal misconduct.
Siemens and Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Aruba have partnered to enhance industrial Internet of Things deployments. They will also offer pre-integrated networks and interoperability testing.
YouTube's Chief Executive Officer Susan Wojcicki is giving a forewarning that the company may need to start restricting video clips in response to legal guidelines making its way via the EU.
AT&T-owned WarnerMedia accused the U.S. Department of Justice of secretly working with Dish in an ongoing dispute over HBO distribution. The accusation was made after HBO went dark on Dish's service.
Accolade has announced that it is partnering with Choice Provisions to launch the auto-runner game Bubsy: Paws on Fire on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC in the first quarter of 2019.
Microsoft has updated its Outlook for iOS today, introducing support for the latest iPhone lineup. The update particularly scales the app on the screen resolutions of the iPhone Xr and Xs Max.
Sony has finally disclosed today the full games list for the PlayStation Classic, and it looks like it'll please fans looking for nostalgic titles in addition to previously announced games.
Fox News announced today its plan to launch an on-demand subscription-based streaming service next month. Called Fox Nation, the service will cost $5.99 a month or $64.99 per year.
Facebook has received a £500,000 penalty from UK's Information Commissioner's Office for allowing third-party developers access to private user data, which led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
During his speech at ICDPPC 2018 in Brussels, Apple CEO Tim Cook indicated that he wants new U.S. data protection laws to protect user privacy as various actors are trying to undermine those rights.
Starting next year, Grab's customers in the Philippines and Singapore will be able to pay at any online and offline merchant using a prepaid card, courtesy of the firm's tie-up with Mastercard.
In its bid to avoid going to trial, Yahoo has agreed to pay $50 million in restitution to the approximately 200 million users hit by its biggest security breach that occurred in 2013 and 2014.
Ford announced on Monday that it will begin testing its fleet of autonomous cars on the streets of Washington, D.C. The goal of the test is to deploy a commercial self-driving service in 2021.
Oculus co-founder Jordan Iribe is leaving Facebook, making him the latest founder of a company acquired by the social networking giant to depart the company. The reason remains unclear, though.
Xbox has restored its global brand campaign today called "Jump In," which invites gamers to take part in a refreshed edition of the campaign and take a look at its new promotional videos.
Instagram surpassed Snapchat as the most-used social platform by teenagers in the U.S., according to a new survey conducted by Piper Jaffray. However, Snapchat remains their most favorite social app.
Analysis has found that lead times for the iPhone Xr were short during the first day of pre-orders, but hopes remain high that the phone will be Apple's top-selling device over the next 12 months.
Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has called on Bloomberg to recant its news story about how Chinese spies embedded malicious chips in the company's servers which were manufactured in China.
The fourth developer beta builds for iOS 12.1, watchOS 5.1, and tvOS 12.1 include only a few minor updates generally. The betas are now available from Apple's developer center or via OTA.
The new partnership between Zimmer Biomet and Apple includes the development of a new surgical care app and the launch of a clinical study focused on patients undergoing knee and hip replacement.
Today, Epic Games has kicked off the open beta testing for the Android version of Fortnite for everyone who uses devices compatible with the title. Invites are no longer needed as a result.
Even before bids are due for the U.S. Department of Defense's $10 billion cloud computing contract, IBM is now disputing the agency's intention to award the contract to a single provider.
Anthony Foxx, former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation under the Obama administration, will serve as Lyft's chief policy officer and adviser to the company's founders.
The Independent Workers Union of Great Britain has called on Uber drivers in London, Birmingham, and Nottingham to hold a 24-hour strike against the company over what they claim as workers' rights.
Dozens of large brokerages have been unable to make orders through the Tokyo Stock Exchange after its trading system was affected by a major glitch Tuesday morning. Trading resumed later in the day.
The rejected complaint alleged that Google tracked the devices of 4.4 million iPhone users in the UK and used that information to sell ads based on their personal data collected through cookies.
Google Slides has gained a new capability meant to transcribe a spoken presentation in real time by accessing your computer's microphone to detect what you are saying. It will roll out next week.
SoftBank reportedly wants to invest $500 million in Grab as part of the ride-hailing firm's latest funding that seeks to raise $1 billion. The deal is supposed to be finalized in a few weeks.
After being charged by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for his fraudulent tweet, Elon Musk insulted the SEC by changing its name to the "Shortseller Enrichment Commission."
Basis, meant to help people cope with anxiety and depression through guided conversations via chat or video, is emerging from stealth today developed by former Uber exec Andrew Chapin.
Starting this week, you'll be able to use your voice to ask Google Assistant to book a ride for you with a wide selection of ride-hailing services. You can also pick a ride service.
Nikki Krishnamurthy will succeed Liane Hornsey who resigned from Uber in July after she was accused of dismissing complaints of racial discrimination within the ride-sharing company.
The Witcher author Andrzej Sapkowski is demanding an additional $16.1 million in royalty from CD Projekt for developing a video game version of the book. The developer has declined the demand.
Amazon announced today that it will raise the minimum wage for all U.S. employees to $15 per hour after the online retail giant faced criticism over low wage and poor working conditions for workers.
The Financial Conduct Authority has imposed a £16.4 million fine on Tesco Bank in the UK for failing to avoid a cyber breach in 2016 that led to massive losses for the bank's customers.
Cybersecurity experts from Cisco's Talos threat intelligence group have disclosed critical vulnerabilities in the Atlantis Word Processor which could permit attackers to execute code.
The world's first commercial 5G network developed by Verizon has begun rolling out in some areas of Houston, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. It's part of the Verizon-led open 5G TF network.
Cisco Systems has forged a partnership with digital smart service provider Smartworld to design and deploy a smart network infrastructure for the first World Expo in the Middle East.