Google's Project Fi has informed some customers via email that their Motorola Moto X4 handsets won't arrive when initially expected. Google says Motorola ran into production delays with the phone, which means the first wave of deliveries will be delayed. Show More Summary
After the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and ARKit launches, it’s clearer than ever that Apple owns the four waves of augmented reality. But Google’s launch of ARCore has the startup CEOs, corporates and VCs Digi-Capital works with confused (not to mention Facebook Camera Effects). Show More Summary
Mobile messaging giant Line has officially entered the smart speaker fray with the launch of the Clova Wave in the company’s native Japanese market. As with other similar devices on the market, the Clova Wave allows users to control music playback and request information such as weather, while it sports a TV remote control feature and […]
Google's next wave of phone VR aims for a better fit for phones that support it.
Today is the biggest launch day of the year for the Google — but a wave of leaks mean we know almost exactly what to expect. The Californian technology giant is expected to unveil a suite of new gadgets and devices, from new iPhone-rivalling...Show More Summary
Google late Wednesday announced that it would pay $1.1 billion for employees from HTC's smartphone unit, prompting waves upon waves of speculation about what might come next from this partnership. But I have one hope: that Google's clout and HTC's design can give us something to challenge Apple and Samsung. Now, let me be clear. […]
Apple and Google are ready for an augmented reality tidal wave, but what of developers? Over the past several months, the availability of ARKit and ARCore have proven there’s plenty of interest in the technology on the developer side,...Show More Summary
Despite big hand waves, Facebook, Google, and Twitter aren’t doing enough to stop misinformation. Every day a new front emerges in Big Tech’s battle against fake news. Signs of trouble reared their head during the election, when hyper-partisan misinformation began materializing on Facebook. Show More Summary
Who cares about an OLED and a notch when your phone can sip power from its surrounding, allowing you to make calls without ever having to charge your phone. This wild cellphone is part of a Google Faculty Research program and received three U.S. Show More Summary
IFA kicked off this week in Berlin and that meant a wave of announcements from some pretty big companies. LG was the king of it all with the unveiling of the V30, but Motorola, Sony, Google, Samsung, and Nest also had some big products to show off. We also walked you through the unlimited data … Continued Weekly Recap: IFA You Missed Anything is a post from: Droid Life
We're still a few months out from the December 15th premiere of "Star Wars: The Last Jedi." But the hype begins now. On Friday, September 1st, Disney will hold "Force Friday II," the official kickoff for the wave of "The Last Jedi" merchandise and marketing that will carry us through the holiday season. Show More Summary
Watch out, Apple and ARKit. Google’s getting into the AR dev kit game — and bringing augmented reality to potentially 2 billion Android devices. On Tuesday, Google announced ARCore, its answer to Apple’s ARKit. It’s in preview mode right now and works with a small slice of Android devices, and Google’s working with a bunch of manufacturers to […]
Google Pixel 2’s rumored release date is near, and now rumors about its design and specs are coming in waves. Leading up to its launch, its competitors will be revealed one by one, so the Pixel successor is going to have to meet high expectations. Show More Summary
Google and Wal-Mart Stores are joining forces in a partnership that includes enabling voice-ordered purchases from the retail giant on Google’s virtual assistant, challenging rival Amazon.com’s grip on the next wave of e-commerce.
Google released a new API that's sending shock waves through the internet. Here's how 'Perspective' can affect the search marketing. The post What Google’s Perspective API Might Mean for Search Marketing appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Male privilege is so rampant that an engineer felt comfortable distributing a screed that effectively harasses all of his women co-workers. Five years ago, Silicon Valley was rocked by a wave of “brogrammer” bad behavior, when overfunded,...Show More Summary
Five years ago, Silicon Valley was rocked by a wave of "brogrammer" bad behavior, when overfunded, highly entitled, mostly white and male startup founders did things that were juvenile, out of line and just plain stupid. Most of these...Show More Summary
By Regina Hoshimi, Head of Analyst Relations Forrester Research, a leading analyst firm, just named Google Cloud Platform (GCP) the leader in The Forrester Wave™: Insight Platforms-As-A-Service, Q3 2017, its analysis of cloud providers offering Platform as a Service. Show More Summary
Check out our full coverage. From IBM's souped-up supercomputer Watson to Google's tricked-out, self-driving cars, marketers are navigating a new wave of tech services and platforms beyond the walls of traditional advertising. Augmented reality, chatbots and artificial intelligence are all poised to become a bigger focus for marketers in the coming years, and advertisers are...
The best AR experience everyone can afford is now available! The folks at Merge have been making waves in the VR world for quite a while with the unique and colorful Merge VR/AR Googles, but this new accessory is going to really take off quick. Show More Summary