AT&T has taken the wraps off of a new project in partnership with Cisco, which will result in no fewer than two pilot programs for Smart City technologies in Portland. At the center of the pilots is the company’s AT&T Smart Cities Operations Center (SCOC), which is meant to act as a versatile hub for […]
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Vuzix has now announced that it will be showing off its Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses and the associated Vuzix Blade Edge Program for developers at this year’s MWC 2018. Of course, this isn’t the first time those will be presented as the company was also present at CES 2018 and actually won several awards in […]
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Samsung has recently patented a wireless charging dock with an integrated cooling fan according to a new set of documents that were discovered over at the World Intellectual Property Organization. The diagrams in the documents show drawings of a car mount/dock that can be used in the vehicle for holding the smartphone that would also […]
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Following the announcement of C-V2X (Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything) trials conducted between six different companies back in January, Qualcomm has taken to its official newsroom blog to discuss its role in pushing vehicle-to-everything into the mainstream. More directly, the company says it is working with industry leaders ranging from Tier-1 suppliers and cellular module manufacturers to software […]
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Android 9.0 will include a built-in dark mode theme that users will be able to enable from the settings menu. While there is not much information about the dark mode, it was recently mentioned in the Google Issue Tracker that the feature would be added in a future Android release. While “future Android release” doesn’t […]
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Android Auto support has come to the Lamborghini Aventador, the newest and also most expensive car on the market which comes with integration for Google’s in-car operating system. To be clear, this is only available at the moment for the 2018 model of the Aventador so right now there are no other vehicles in Lamborghini’s […]
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Sling TV subscribers will get NBA League Pass at $29 Per Month, Sling announced today in an official blog post. For NBA fans $29 a month seems like a pretty good deal, though it does require that users have a subscription package to Sling Orange, Sling Blue, or the Spanish-language or international options that are […]
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In the Google app for Android, a strange glitch causes the search results to become nothing but garbage text when typing in the query “send a message to Barack Obama.” This does not happen with any other president or any other variant of the query itself. It also does not happen on the desktop version of Google, […]
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The next Android flagship lineup from Huawei will be bear the “P20” moniker, the Chinese phone maker confirmed on Friday. A short promotional clip meant to serve as a digital invite to the handset’s launch event calls consumers to “step into the light” and “see mooore [sic] with AI,” suggesting the firm’s focus on mobile photography […]
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Mobile augmented reality service ARCore and computer vision solution Google Lens are set to expand to third-party Android devices in the near future, Alphabet’s subsidiary said Friday. Following two developer previews, ARCore will officially be exiting its experimental phase of development at Mobile World Congress 2018 scheduled to start next week, as was previously rumored. […]
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