The future is here, and boy is it spicy. Alphabet’s Project Wing announced Monday that it will start delivering burritos to hungry customers via drone. That’s right, you can soon have heavenly manna slathered in Australian Jack cheese dropped right on your head — that is, if you happen to live in the outskirts of the Australian Capital Territory. Project Wing, one of Alphabet’s “moonshot factories” under the X umbrella, is testing delivery drones and has selected the relatively remote area for its latest voyage into the tinfoil-wrapped…

We’ll take a look at how all of Google’s new product announcements stack up versus Apple, Amazon and the rest of the competition. Plus a new Quadcopter may change how you commute and Dubai is creating a Mars Science City. The post TWB Podcast 150: Google takes on Amazon & Apple; Quadcopter Commute; Mars City appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Google takes the wraps off some shiny new tech hardware, Samsung does as well, and a look at a possible – and unusual – future military drone. The post Google unveils new Pixel 2 phones along with Mini and Max Home hubs appeared first on Digital Trends. View original article at Digital Trends

Three flagship phones, the Galaxy Note 8, the iPhone 8 and the Google Pixel 2 are slated to be released soon. Which one will you purchase? We’ll also cover Iceland’s drone delivery service and Elon’s new spacesuit. The post TWB Podcast: Galaxy vs. iPhone vs. Pixel, Icelandic Drones and Elon’s Spacesuit appeared first on Digital Trends View original article at Digital Trends

This is how I order an Uber in New York City: Put in the address of where I am, put in the address of where I want to go. Confirm and wait. This is how I ordered an Uber in Mumbai: Summoned an Uber to my GPS location. Called up the driver a few minutes later as he got closer. Gave him three landmarks (usually the gym that was next door to my apartment and the nearest highway) and walked outside to wait View original article at Motherboard