Alphabet’s Waymo hopes to launch the first US self-driving taxi service this year in Phoenix, Arizona, and potentially San Francisco, California. Depending on how these test runs go, Waymo could end up a household name in America. Now, we’ve learned that Waymo’s CEO also hopes to expand his company’s driverless
Santa Ana, CA (June 5, 2018) – NIS America is pleased to announce that Happy Birthdays releases today in North America and on June 8 in Europe for Nintendo Switch™! Originally released on the PlayStation®4 and Steam® as Birthdays the Beginning, Happy Birthdays contains the same in-game content, but with
Santa Ana, CA (June 4, 2018) – NIS America is happy to announce that the PS4 exclusive METAL MAX Xeno releases on September 25 in North America and September 28 in Europe. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Metal Max franchise, and METAL MAX Xeno goes “back to basics"
The fight to get better phone security seems to be a losing battle, quite literally, with a Dutch court ruling that Samsung isn’t obliged to patch its older phones. While Google dishes out software updates for Android on a regular basis, it passes them on to the phone manufacturers for
There are concerns that the now-active General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and distributed ledger technology are incompatible, most likely stemming from the notion that, by virtue of a blockchain’s inherent public and transparent nature, it is far too accessible to be safe for enterprise use. This is not actually the
Best payroll software Maintaining an efficient payroll system is an important consideration for most companies, regardless of their organizational size or the amount of people they employ. At the end of the day, if you don’t pay your employees on time, they’re not only going to be unhappy but you
Tech is no longer just about convenience – it's about principles. The Cambridge Analytica scandal and the introduction of GDPR are forcing companies to be more transparent about the data they collect from us and how they use it – but is that enough? Mozilla, creator of Firefox, says that