It’s Lenovo Tech World this week and, unsurprisingly, the manufacturer has a lot to show off. But for us Android faithful, the highlights are, also unsurprisingly, the new smartphones that it and Motorola have unleashed.
It has been years since Google first revealed Project Tango, a somewhat ambitious effort to make augmented reality technoloy to mobile devices. Unsurprisingly, the first instances of this Project were devoted to research and app
ARM is one busy company. There’s no stopping the brand for coming up with new premium mobile technologies. One of its many goals is to come up with an IP suite that will make significant changes to the augmented reality and
Google’s Niantic is upping the stakes in alternate reality (AR) gaming with a new part of its Endgame series coming out. “Endgame: Proving Grounds” will be based on the same basic AR concepts, game players going to
Parrot has announced a refresh for the AR.Drone 2.0. Those looking back will remember this model was originally announced in the early part of 2013, though, since that point we have seen several updates. The month of July brought
The Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 is quite the fun little mobile-device friendly flying quadricopter, and it’s about to get even better. With summer flying by the folks from Parrot have decided to up their game and release an all-new
This week the Parrot AR.Drone just got even better. The Android and iOS controlled quadricopter by Parrot and the entire platform just got improved with tons of new features for their app, as well as an extended high density
Using our smartphones or other methods for controlling TV and computer screens is nothing new. We’ve been doing it for a while with various methods but today we have something completely new, unique, and different. The guys