On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Amazon wants to undercut UPS, Facebook uses tech to guess your social class, Google comes back to Nest, the most complex drone display ever, robots that open doors … and much, much more.
It’s early 2018 and the year has already seen a match made literally in the heavens. Two days ago, Intel‘s CEO, Brian Krzanich, became one of the first people to fly in German air taxi company Volocopter‘s latest prototype. He did so as he announced a strategic partnership between the two companies, which was met with all sorts of fanfare and applause.
Knowing that everyone wanted a closer look, we headed over the Central Plaza here at CES 2018 to get next to the device, and to hear what Volocopter leadership had to say. More on that and videos can be found below.
On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, a virus is going around Chipotle (and this time it’s not in the food), new gadgets from Intel, Nest and others, Google‘s gender pay gap, the undead comment on Net Neutrality, plus much, much more.
On this week’s Drill Down podcast, Siri & “OK Google“ get new AI company from Samsung, Uber management crumbles, the U.S. bans electronics from incoming flights, Resistbot, genetic discrimination, Amazon‘s Mecha-CEO, a dartboard you’ll never miss… and much much more.