Her is a story about people-centric technology. Spike Jonze shows us a near future where it’s all about you. This is our new Augmented Reality (AR), and it’s not science fiction.
I’ve been working with AR as a PhD researcher and designer for the past decade. The second wave of AR will surpass the current gimmickry and extend our human capacities to better understand, engage with, and experience our world in new ways. It will be human-centered and help to make our lives better. Driven by the one thing that is central and unique to AR – context – our devices will be highly cognizant of our constantly changing environments continually deciphering, translating, analyzing, and navigating to anticipate our specific needs, predicting and delivering personalized solutions with highly relevant content and experiences. Our smart devices will act on our behalf. This next wave of AR…
At Samsung’s Unpacked 5 event at MWC 2014, Samsung announced the Galaxy S5 and the Gear FIT. But something was missing. Where were Samsung’s S5 variants for regions without LTE? You see, Samsung usually releases two versions of it’s flagship, one for LTE countries and another for the ones without LTE.
Before iPhone, before Android, there was a company called Blackberry. Just like the iPhone is a luxury symbol now, the Blackberry was THE business symbol. Anyone who had a Blackberry signified he/she meant business.
But when the iPhone released in 2007, Blackberry didn’t budge, thinking it cannot be overthrown. But alas! It was wrong. Blackberry is currently on the bottom rungs of the smartphone market. It went from top dog to the underdog.
We knew it was coming. The next gen consoles, the PS4 and the Xbox One have launched and are now 3 months in their lifetime. the next gen consoles are priced much higher than their older counterparts. The Xbox One costs 80 euros more than the PS4, which may be the reason why it’s sales reports are lesser than that of the PS4. Continue reading Xbox One gets price cut treatment, but limited only to the UK→
The time has come. Samsung’s press conference has begun and we’re there for giving you everything about it. Samsung’s event may be MWC 2014’s biggest event. It may feature the launch of the hugely awaited Galaxy S5, successor to the succesful Galaxy S4. Will the Korean Giant, the company which forms a majority of Android sales, wow the world again? Read on to find out. Samsung has already released the S5’s companion : The Galaxy Gear 2 on 23rd. With that out of the way, Samsung’s event can fully focus on it’s next flagship : The Galaxy S5 Continue reading Samsung Press Conference at MWC 2014 ( Unpacked 5 )→