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Google Android ARCore

Google’s answer to Apple’s ARKit is late and underwhelming

August 29th, 2017

When Google unveiled its virtual reality (VR) program back in 2016, it came with a huge caveat: it needed specialized hardware. Fast forward to today, and you’d still struggle to find phones that are Daydream-compatible, not to mention that Google’s mobile VR experience is hardly as exciting as the VR experiences available on traditional computers …

iPhone Vs Android

Why Google can’t compete with what Apple is doing with ARKit

August 9th, 2017

While everyone is understandably excited about the iPhone 8 and its edgeless OLED display, hardware won’t be the only compelling new offering from Apple this year. At WWDC this year, Apple introduced ARKit, a new suite of tools and frameworks that allows developers to create absolutely mind boggling augmented reality experiences with relative ease. Ever since …

iOS 11 Features

This AR gaming demo has me seriously excited for the iPhone 8

July 25th, 2017

Augmented reality is one of the main features of iOS 11, Apple confirmed at its WWDC event last month. The iPhone maker already released the tools developers need to come up with various AR apps that will work on a variety of supported devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and we already saw …

iPhone 8 Features

How Apple could use the iPhone 8 to completely transform FaceTime

July 17th, 2017

Apple already revealed many things about iOS 11 at its developers event in June, but it likely kept secret a few of them — those which will only be available to iPhone 8 buyers. After all, just like with any previous iPhone, it’s the software that makes it shine. However, Apple did demo one feature …