The ride-sharing startup continues its push into the mainstream by partnering with service industry stalwarts.
Like a mechanical flash mob, the group of about a thousand tiny robots can work together -- like bees or army ants -- in vast numbers without guidance.
The company's Aloft brand is testing a 3-foot-tall robotic assistant in a new pilot program.
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Hand-carved from an aluminum block, the 128-gigabyte ZX1 resurrects the iconic portable music player -- minus the cassettes -- for premium buyers in search of high-quality audio.
As more and more jobs become automated, the irony is that the most tech-savvy generation in history could lose out to the very technology it has mastered.
The CEO's vision for the tech giant has come into sharper relief as he pushes executives to be more collaborative and broadens the company's laser focus.
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