For many years, the general consensus has been that parents should limit the time kids spend in front of any and all screens. But that is starting to change.
Augmented Reality is a major new push for companies –even ones that were originally banking on Virtual Reality being the next Big Thing– and one entry is going to be from Magic Leap.
The ever-evolving scenario within the Transportation Security Administration, which has been working with device bans of some sort for months now, continues.
Putting a phone into a headset to experience augmented reality and virtual reality is not new, and even the iPhone itself isn’t a complete stranger to the idea.
In April of this year, Disney officially released the first trailer for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi, offering a brief, first look at the film landing in theaters later this year.
DJI is one of the more prominent names when it comes to drones, and the company has just unveiled the newest member of the family with the Spark.
Smartphones are an important investment, and they’re usually a lot of glass and metal that, unfortunately, can break way too easily.
Here’s the Reason Tablets, Laptops and Other Electronics Are Banned From Cabins on Some Middle Eastern and African Flights to U.S. and UK
Very recently, it was confirmed that laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices had been banned by the United States and the United Kingdom from a variety of different countries.
SoftBank’s Relationship With Apple Reportedly Led to Withdrawal of $100 Million Investment in Andy Rubin’s Smartphone Startup
In January of this year, it was reported that Andy Rubin, the creator of the Android operating system, was putting together a new company.
Way back when, the virtual reality (VR) headset, the Oculus Rift, supported Macs. But that window was very brief.