There are many interesting tech news happening around the world. Here are some of the latest ones:
HP has launched a new laptop with a foldable screen, called the HP Spectre Fold, which is claimed to be the world’s smallest 17-inch PC. The laptop has a flexible OLED display that can be folded in half, making it easier to carry and use in different modes. The laptop will go on sale in Singapore in November, with a starting price of S$7,199.
Google has announced a new initiative called Project Green Light, which aims to help solve traffic problems by using artificial intelligence and Google Maps data. The project will use machine learning to optimize traffic signals and reduce congestion and emissions in cities. Google has partnered with Chicago to test the project, which has shown promising results so far.
MM Mega Market Vietnam, a leading player in Vietnam’s wholesale and retail market, has unveiled a cutting-edge last-mile delivery system that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning. The system is powered by FarEye, a platform that helps businesses optimize their logistics operations. The system will enable MM Mega Market Vietnam to deliver goods faster, cheaper and more efficiently to its customers.