protective eyewear

Microsoft’s Hololens is now certified be used as protective eyewear

Microsoft 1st launched HoloLens in 2015 as a gaming-centric consumer product, but so far, only a few people have so much as picked up a Minecraft block with the $3,000 device. Microsoft is not complaining, though. HoloLens has been a giant success with businesses, allowing designers to visualize digital changes on real-life objects and serving […]

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ARKit shopping

Amazon’s update new ARKit shopping feature to its iOS app

Amazon has added an AR part to its app, using Apple’s ARKit to let customers place various things in their house virtually before shopping for them. called AR view, customers will choose thousands of things like home decor, electronics, home office product, toys, and games, and place them in their home. using the tool, customers […]

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AR and VR object library

Google’s new platform called as poly for AR and VR object library

Google is opening a new platform referred to as Poly where people will find and distribute virtual and augmented reality objects. The tool is integrated with Tilt Brush and Blocks, respectively Google’s VR painting and sculpting apps, and is meant to supply an art library for people building with Google’s ARCore, Apple’s ARKit, or various […]

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The Cary42 is a gorgeous wooden arcade box for the extremely wealthy

We’ve covered Swedish designer Love Hultén’s magnificent retro gaming machines many times before on The Verge, and his latest effort — the Cary42 two-player arcade console / attaché case — continues his work of merging handmade wood hardware with retro gaming.   The Cary42 is best described as a bigger, upgraded version of Hultén’s original […]

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HTC U11 Plus

Leaked Video shows the HTC U11 Plus translucent option

The new HTC U11 plus flagship phone appears like it’ll come in a translucent option as revealed in a hands-on video accidentally posted to Facebook, and spotted by Phandroid. The video has since been taken down, but not before copies were made and uploaded elsewhere. If you look closely at the image above, you’ll see […]

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Monopoly for Nintendo

Monopoly for Nintendo Switch is out now! Play with friends online or offline

As the Switch was gearing up to launch back in March, fans worried that it might go the way of the massive N’s prior consoles: Spectacular first-party games with minimal third-party support. but after a tenuous few months when Zelda: Breath of the Wild seemed like the only factor worth playing, the floodgates have opened. […]

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Android Fast Pair

Android ‘Fast Pair can Allows quickly Pairing Bluetooth devices

With android OEMs following Apple and ditching the 3.5mm earphone jack on their devices, it’s imperative that the method of pairing a Bluetooth device with an android phone is as straightforward as possible. to make that possible, Google today declared fast pair.   Fast pair makes uses of Bluetooth Low Energy to automatically discover nearby […]

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Smart Deadbolt

Schlage Sense Smart Deadbolt locks itself with an Alexa voice command

You can already lock and unlock Schlage’s Sense smart deadbolt with your voice through Siri, but you currently have another selection if you are not an addict of Apple devices. The smart lock is currently compatible with Amazon Alexa, thus you’ll lock (but sadly, not unlock) it or check out its status by barking out […]

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stores data in smart fabric

Without Electronics Conductive thread stores data in clothes

New technology may shortly change you to get into your home or office with nothing more than your coat, wristband or tie. Scientists at the University of Washington have found a way to make smart fabric, using only conductive thread with no other added electronics.   The team manipulated the polarity of magnetized fabric in […]

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signal desktop app

Signal has released a standalone desktop app

If you’re an active Signal user (and why aren’t you?) you likely already know about the desktop app — or what passes for one. It’s actually the Chrome App, requiring Google’s browser to function. Well, that nightmare is over, as Signal has released a standalone app with no troubling dependencies on billion-dollar firms.   The […]

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