Today's top tech stories include Amazon's grocery store of the future and Google's emergency contact app for Android. Meanwhile the consensus rolls in as Oculus Touch reviews have hit.
While many across the country decked their homes with boughs of holly and other decorations there are those scrooges who seem to ruin the festive season.
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran has issued a warning that there will be consequences if Donald Trump backs out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action nuclear deal, or JCPOA, the US has with his nation.
Derick Almena, the manager of the 'Ghost Ship' warehouse, got emotional during an interview with NBC's 'Today' but refused to answer questions about who was responsible for the fire that killed at least 36 people in Oakland.
AstraZeneca reported optimistic results for its lung cancer drug Tagrisso in a trial, saying it improved progression-free survival by nearly six months. AstraZeneca's Chief Medical Officer, says the phase three data suggests the drug has the potential to replace chemotherapy as the standard of care for patients with resistance to another drug for these health issues. The lung cancer drug received approval in Japan in March. Shares of AstraZeneca's moved slightly higher Tuesday.