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Niantic opens AR platform for third-party developers, showing experimental skills

Niantic Labs, the developer of "Pokémon Go", has announced that it will open its augmented reality platform for third-party developers. The company also shared its vision for the future of its AR platform, which includes advances in machine learning and computer vision. "Today, we provide a preview of the technology we have developed: the Niantic Real World Platform." Niantic CEO …

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Samsung Galaxy A6 + Review: A robust all-rounder

Rating: The budget-to-mid-range smartphone segments in India are currently dominated by Chinese manufacturers, mainly for their value-for-money target. Samsung, once a leader in smartphones under the Rs 30,000 segment, has slowly lost traction despite the release of top-of-the-line smartphones under the Galaxy A and C series. To gain lost ground, Samsung unveils its new weapons and has a fair chance …

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A fun but flawed motorsport theme park

by Rob Gordon – at June 28, 2018 in SR Originals It can be said that the original The Crew was a mix of bag. It offered something impressive to the players who clung to it, but it was easy to turn off either by its po-faced filthy criminal story or the sheer dedication required to reach a decent level …

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These unique switches are amazing

Photo: Alex Cranz (Gizmodo) The office may hate me, but Razer's new Huntsman Elite keyboard feels so good that I'm ready to endure the lightning for all the noise I make , It feels a little silly to say what the expensive keyboard that habits with me collects. Razer keyboards, however, never come into the collection. For me, Razer is …

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"Ok Google, Give Everyone in America a Free Speaker"

Alphabet Inc. should provide a free Google Home Mini smart speaker to every household in America, a Morgan Stanley analyst suggested Thursday. The speakers are currently selling $ 49 apiece, which would cost about $ 3.3 billion. Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak wrote on Thursday that this would be a "small price for Google Parent Alphabet" GOOGL, + 0.88% GOOG, …

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OnePlus could soon be available on US carriers

Despite consumer demand, it's not easy for smartphone makers to offer their devices on carriers, whether in the US or not. There are many business and logistical considerations, and in most cases smaller companies are harder to catch the attention of network operators. However, OnePlus is no longer a small company that can be ignored, and it plans to take …

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OnePlus provides clarity with software maintenance plan

OnePlus has released an official update cycle map for its devices. The software maintenance plan provides a clearer picture of when supported phones are regularly updated. From now on, devices are fully supported for two years – that means Android version upgrades, new feature implementations, and security updates. After the two years, the phones will receive one extra year of …

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications, Key Features in Hands-On Coverage

The specifications and key features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 were described in detail in a practical coverage by the Russian tipster Eldar Murtazin. The new development begins shortly after Samsung officially unveiled the second edition of its Galaxy Unpacked event, showcasing the new Galaxy Note model. The event will take place on the 9th of August. The South …

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Quiz app on Facebook accidentally puts data from 120M user | News and opinion

A Facebook quiz app that can tell you which Disney Princess you are has also lost the personal information of its 120 million users. Nametests.com's quiz app obviously stored their users' personal information in a rather carefree way; The data circulated through a public javascript file that could theoretically be accessed by other websites. "I was shocked to discover that …

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OnePlus Software Maintenance Plan: Here are the details

Android users are finally starting to realize how much they have left behind in updates. Exhausted by iPhone owners who get annoyed with important iOS updates every year, they've begun to raise their voices, and fortunately, some OEMs are starting to pay attention. Huawei has recently promised to release updates every two months. Now, OnePlus makes a similar commitment, but …

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