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Honor 9 review

by Gary Sims 2 days ago0 comments

Skagen Jorn Hybrid review – do smartwatches still matter?

by Joshua Vergara 4 days ago0 comments

8 smartphone gimmicks that might not be so bad after all

by Mitja Rutnik 4 days ago0 comments

A closer look at Amazon Alexa on the HTC U11

by Lanh Nguyen 6 days ago0 comments
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Upcoming smartphone tech to look forward to

Here's our list of trends and upcoming pieces of smartphone tech that you might want inside your next handset.
by Robert Triggs3 weeks ago

AR vs VR: what’s the difference?

Do you know your augmented reality from your virtual reality? In this post, we'll define AR vs VR and look at some other concepts like mixed reality and XR for good measure!
by Adam Sinicki3 weeks ago

Can’t afford a $3,000 HoloLens? Perhaps this $30 alternative will interest you

Come and check out "Aryzon", a Google Cardboard-like AR headset project is currently seeking €25,000 in funding on Kickstarter.
by Scott Adam GordonMay 30, 20172

Life-like realism, a Pixel AR and going mainstream: catching up with Project Tango

We caught up with Project Tango at Google I/O and were impressed by where the tech is at now and what's on the road map for the future.
by Kris CarlonMay 20, 20172
 
 

South Korea just got serious about being a world leader in AR and VR

The South Korean government has just cut the ribbon on a massive new AR/VR complex which aims to make South Korea a world leader in the two fields.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 10, 20172

AI and AR – is this the future of mobile?

AI and AR are wholly different technologies in their own right, but could they work together to make our lives even more seamless? All signs point to yes.
by David ImelFebruary 1, 201714

Forget Pokemon, Disney wants you to catch a dragon in their latest AR endeavor

Disney has teamed up with Google to create a Pete's Dragon themed app that recognizes objects in your home and lets Elliot the dragon interact with them.
by John DyeAugust 11, 20164
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