Tech Industry China plans crackdown on ride-hailing companies after customer deaths The move comes after two female passengers were allegedly killed by drivers for Didi Chuxing. by Marrian Zhou August 31, 2018 3:16 PM PDT A driver using the Chinese ride-hailing app Didi. Zhang Peng/LightRocket via Getty Images China will inspect all ride-hailing services operating
Cameras Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless and more expected Sept. 5, reportedly Is the wait finally over? by Lori Grunin August 31, 2018 10:29 AM PDT Canon has had a pretty good clampdown on the rumor mill for its upcoming announcement compared to other manufacturers, but the information about the products might be launching next
Internet Services Walmart.com won’t sell certain items if you live too far away, report says The retail giant is telling customers items are out of stock to avoid expensive shipping costs, according to The Wall Street Journal. by Marrian Zhou August 31, 2018 11:31 AM PDT Laundry detergent on display at a Walmart store. John
Phones Sprint’s new Unlimited Premium plan adds Amazon Prime and more The plan costs $90 a month. by Abrar Al-Heeti August 31, 2018 2:31 PM PDT Saul Loeb / AFP/Getty Images Sprint launched a new unlimited plan Friday called Unlimited Premium that includes Amazon Prime, Hulu, TIDAL, Lookout Premium Plus and a 50GB LTE mobile hotspot.
Phones Watch Red’s ‘holographic’ Hydrogen One phone get first video unboxing It looks seriously slick. by Sean Hollister August 31, 2018 1:11 PM PDT Nobody’s made a phone quite like the Red Hydrogen One before — a $1,200 handset with modular parts (bolt-on batteries and swappable cameras), a rugged build with scalloped edges and squared-off
Phones Motorola One and One Power look like iPhone X copycats, but cost much less Plus, they run Android One and will get Android 9 Pie soon after their release. by Gordon Gottsegen August 31, 2018 1:41 PM PDT That’s not the iPhone X, it’s the Motorola One Power. Motorola Looks like Lenovo hopped on
Sci-Tech This Venus flytrap-like robot mouth could help the Army retrieve drones fast It’s designed to make collecting drones of all sizes much easier. by Abrar Al-Heeti August 31, 2018 1:32 PM PDT Screenshot by Abrar Al-Heeti/CNET A new drone-retrieval system could make it easier for Army units to collect their drones after a mission.
Prev Next Prev Next The more premium Botvac D6 Connected is front and center. Behind it sits the Botvac D4 Connected, a robot vacuum with a lower price and smaller feature set. Published:August 31, 2018Caption:Brian BennettPhoto:Chris Monroe/CNETRead the article 1 of 9 On the top surface of the Botvac D6 Connected is an attractive brushed
Gadgets Step aside, Super Soaker, the Spyra One shoots water bullets Water guns could use an upgrade. by Gordon Gottsegen August 31, 2018 12:40 PM PDT If you were a kid in the ’90s you probably remember the reign of the Super Soaker. The plastic neon water guns would bring incredible joy (or fear, depending