Security drone chases trespassers all on its own

After a long wait, Secom's security drone is ready for service… and it has a clever trick up its sleeve. The robot will not only capture photos of cars and people that wander on to forbidden grounds, but automatically chase them to get their faces…

Huawei wants to bring its Honor smartphones to the US

Huawei wasn't kidding around when it talked about spreading its wings and launching more phones in Western markets. The Chinese mobile giant's George Zhao is teasing that it'll bring its Honor brand (and the accompanying devices) to the US, with an…

Baidu’s autonomous car completes full driverless testing

Baidu's working hard to catch up to Google's autonomous car tech, and just recently, its modified BMW 3 series has completed a rigorous, fully autonomous testing on mixed roads. The Chinese Google's autonomous car traveled an almost 19-mile route tha…

Walmart wants you to pay through its mobile app

Never mind Android Pay and Apple Pay — Walmart would rather you use its own mobile payment service. It's launching Walmart Pay (how creative!), a payment system that has you scanning QR codes within its app to make purchases. It's not the most elega…

Comedian Nick Frost makes his Gear VR debut in ‘Esper 2’

Something about virtual reality and games about exploring the mind or using your mind to control objects around you just seem to go together extremely well. Case in point, the Gear VR launch title Esper has a sequel and it's out tomorrow from develop…

Twitter’s website supports all the new emoji

Twitter now supports all the new variations of emoji for Unicode 8 (the version found in iOS 9.1) on Twitter.com. So if you're tired of giving a thumbs up with a finger that more resembles Bart Simpson than your own, now you can share your pictograph…

Google Drive update makes finding files ‘super easy’

Google announced on Wednesday four new ways to find files on Drive. First, users will be able to drill down their search by file type. You can also now open the advanced search options dialog directly from the search box. What's more, iOS users can a…

NBC’s comedy streaming service launches January 7th

SeeSo, NBC's comedy streaming service, began serving up buckets of laughs for those with an invite to is free limited beta last week. The network announced today that it would keep its word and make the service available to all the first week of Janu…