MasterCard To Do Away With Sign Receipts

In a latest development, MasterCard is doing away with signatures on purchases starting in April. The future signature-less payment process stemmed from company research showing that customers wanted to speed up time at the register. Requiring a signature had become antiquated with so many other security features

Samsung Is Coming Up With A 17-Lens 360-Camera For VR

Samsung may now have the VR camera to beat.The company just unveiled a new 17-lens 360-degree camera for VR that can live-stream in 4K. Called the 360 Round, it will be available in the U.S. later this month. Samsung hasn’t yet revealed how much the beast of

Snapchat Unveils An $80 Dancing Hot Dog Costume

Snap Inc. has released a Dancing Hot Dog Costume through its online Amazon store. The costume sells for $80 and is even available for two-day shipping, making it a great option for anyone still scrambling to find a costume. Finally, you can rest assured knowing that the

Baidu Aims To Come Up With Driverless Cars by 2021

In a latest development, Chinese search giant Baidu has some bold new targets for its self-driving auto plans. The company’s CEO Robin Li recently outlined company’s self-driving vehicle goals for the next few years onstage touting a plan to roll out driverless busses in China next year,

China Stops WeChat Features Ahead of 19th National Congress

In the lead up to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China this month-a major changing of the guard which will see widespread retirements among senior leaders-the country’s censors have been cracking down on everything. Now, popular Chinese social media app WeChat has begun

Volvo Launches A Whole New Brand For High-Performance Electric Vehicles

Volvo made a big commitment earlier this year to put electric motors in all of its vehicles by 2019 and now the automaker will double down on electrification with an entirely new luxury car brand. The company and its Chinese parent company, Geely Holdings, just announced that

McDonald’s Unveils With Phone Lockers

In a latest development, McDonald’s has introduced mobile phone lockers, in a bid to get customers to put their phones away, and start talking to each other again. One of its outlets in Singapore, at Marine Cove, is targeted at families, with the store encouraging both kids

Texas prisoners Come To The Relief Of Hurricane Harvey Victims

After Hurricane Harvey devastated Texas and Louisiana in late August, prison inmates in Texas reached out with a helping hand. More than 6,600 incarcerated individuals in Texas dipped into their limited commissary funds to donate to the American Red Cross, pooling together more than $53,000 for Harvey

China’s Tiangong-1 Space Station Likely To Crash In The Next Few Months

China’s 8.5-ton Tiangong-1 space station, originally launched in 2011, has seen its orbit rapidly decay and is now expected to hit the Earth in the next few months. According to Chinese officials, they had lost the ability to correct the station’s altitude and expected it to plummet

Tablet Shipment in India continues to Slip In Q2

The shipment of Tablet PCs recorded a decline of 11 per cent over the previous quarter in India with just 0.68 million shipments in the second quarter of 2017. According to market intelligence firm CMR India, Indian market recorded 29 per cent year-on-year decline for the second

Now Order Food On Facebook

No need to eat that plain dry toast anymore. Everyone’s favorite social network launched its food delivery function across the U.S. It is called Order Food. Alex Himel, Facebook’s vice president of local, makes ordering food on Seamless sound like a byzantine adventure. Facebook is introducing its