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From The 3:59 show: The online store shows off its newest Prime Air drone and Amazon Scout sidewalk robot.
Come along for the ride as NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine guides us through a moon landing inside NASA's 10-story Vertical Motion Simulator at NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley, California.
Maki and Guy Kaplinsky reveal designs for a flying commuter car.
Google's Stadia chief, Phil Harrison, announces details about its new cloud gaming service, including price, game previews and spec updates.
From The 3:59 show: More than 50 police departments have partnered with Amazon's Ring.
Apple’s newest game demo shows how virtual objects can look more real than ever.
Mojang execs offer a first look at AR game Minecraft Earth at WWDC.
Apple shows off new camera effects for iOS 13, including the ability to rotate video, and an all-new Photos app for better browsing.
Apple updates HomeKit, giving users the ability to analyze security video. In additon, HomeKit gets router support.
Apple gave Memoji an actual makeover at WWDC 2019 with stickers.
At WWDC 2019, Apple announced a standalone App store for the Apple Watch, which will let people buy and download their apps.
Nintendo and The Pokemon Company announce plans to turn your sleep into a game.
The MTA’s contactless payments system also works with wearables, Android phones and tap-to-pay credit cards.
It's not a flagship iPhone, but that's the point.
From The 3:59 show: It could change Qualcomm's entire business model, but that doesn't mean your next phone will be any cheaper.