When 2020 hits, you can bet it will start the decade of driverless cars.
We rounded up 19 companies aiming to have driverless car technology ready by 2020, some even declaring their fully autonomous car will be hitting the roads at that time. (Assuming the various necessary regulations are in place, of course.)
Here's who is in the race to make driverless cars a reality just four years from now.
McDonald’s temporarily got rid of the toys in kids’ Happy Meals this month and replaced them with fitness trackers. I appreciated the effort, although the experiment's already coming to an unexpected end. The company is pulling the trackers from meals because of reports of skin irritation.
Adele has been ditching her signature winged eyeliner and embracing the makeup-free look.
On Wednesday, the singer shared a bareface photo — in which she was almost unrecognizable. She followed it up with a video, still sans makeup, apologizing to fans for the cancellation of her second Phoenix, Arizona, show that night.
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T-Mobile is getting rid of all its data plans and replacing them with one plan that offers unlimited 4G LTE data, minutes, and texting.
The new unified plan, which is called T-Mobile One, will cost $70 for a single line and $40 per line for a family of four.
“The era of the data plan is over,” T-Mobile John Legere said in a statement.
McDonald’s will no longer be shipping fitness trackers with its Happy Meals. The fast-food giant is discontinuing the cheap step-counters
it was set to include in kid’s meals because the plastic bands are giving children rashes.