Archive for September, 2016

You will be using mobile VR and AR in two years—even if you don’t believe it – Network World


Network World

You will be using mobile VR and AR in two years—even if you don't believe it
Network World
Within two years, millions of consumers will become accustomed to using augmented reality (AR) and VR, casually, like they use GPS and voice to text now because there will be a VR app for that—whatever that is. Extending VR into the mobile app ...

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iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7: Which one should you buy? – The Week UK


The Week UK

iPhone 7 vs Samsung Galaxy S7: Which one should you buy?
The Week UK
Both handsets are the top dogs when it comes to operating systems. The iPhone 7 is the flagship iOS device, while the Galaxy S7 is widely considered to be the best of the bunch for Android. So how do they stack up against each other and which one do ...

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Mobile Cameras, Sensors Used to Automate Streetlight Inspection – Electronics360


Electronics360

Mobile Cameras, Sensors Used to Automate Streetlight Inspection
Electronics360
Tying this all together is a system for precisely determining the location of the vehicle as it moves along, thus creating an accurate map and database of positions. This system uses a combination of GPS data and other methods to improve accuracy, and ...

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Introduction to Android Gradle – DZone News


Introduction to Android Gradle
DZone News
Maintaining two separate build systems (Ant and Eclipse's native approach) was becoming time-consuming and would become worse with the advent of Android Studio and yet another build system. Getting Ant scripts to do everything that Google needed for ...

Mobile Cameras, Sensors Used to Automate Streetlight Inspectio – Electronics360


Electronics360

Mobile Cameras, Sensors Used to Automate Streetlight Inspectio
Electronics360
Tying this all together is a system for precisely determining the location of the vehicle as it moves along, thus creating an accurate map and database of positions. This system uses a combination of GPS data and other methods to improve accuracy, and ...

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Defining Mobile 2.0 – IndustryWeek


Defining Mobile 2.0
IndustryWeek
In parallel with Big Data business applications, mobile technology has also been rapidly advancing. Modern mobile devices are GPS-enabled with features such as front- and rear-facing cameras, longer-lasting batteries, expandable memory, voice ...

Flares could play havoc with your Tinder – NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Flares could play havoc with your Tinder
NEWS.com.au
This means that satellite television, mobile phone networks and GPS systems could be brought down. On the website Space Weather, forecasters wrote: “That massive coronal hole system that faced us four weeks ago is back and it survived its trip around ...

5 UX Tips for Your Intranet – Business 2 Community


Business 2 Community

5 UX Tips for Your Intranet
Business 2 Community
Mobile App – The user works remotely with spotty internet access. Or the system relies heavily on the device's native functionality – camera, GPS, etc. In any of these scenarios, a mobile app is a better choice. Responsive Design – The user is mobile ...

5 UX Tips for Your Intranet – Business 2 Community


Business 2 Community

5 UX Tips for Your Intranet
Business 2 Community
Mobile App – The user works remotely with spotty internet access. Or the system relies heavily on the device's native functionality – camera, GPS, etc. In any of these scenarios, a mobile app is a better choice. Responsive Design – The user is mobile ...

Apple Watch 3 release date, price, features and specs rumours – Macworld UK


Macworld UK

Apple Watch 3 release date, price, features and specs rumours
Macworld UK
Along with Shelchuk, Apple has reportedly snapped up medical engineer Craig Slyfield, system design engineer Nathan Clark, who has a patent for a device that separates cells, Jay Mung, who worked on sensor algorithms for Medtronic's continuous ... As ...

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