Apps are not the problem, it's the SDKs. That's the finding of SDK management company SafeDK, which compared 190,000 leading apps in the Google Plan store against its list of 1,000 third-party SDKs.
Used to be that an Android device could be safely and conveniently unlocked using an NFC ring or other handy device. Google last week reportedly killed the feature and people aren't happy about it.
A company that moves millions of packages a day had better have a a firm grasp of its data. Learn how UPS is using analytics to improve speed and efficiency of its services.
Vuforia, a former subsidiary of chip-maker Qualcomm, uses Apple's ARKit to bend reality to meet participant needs. One bonus feature is the punny slogan: "What will you Chalk about?"
League of Legends and Lego, arguably two of the world's most popular themes right now, will both be brought to life in AR fashion using Google's ARCore technology.
In an example of competition spurring innovation, Apple and Google leapfrog each other as their respective ARKit and ARCore development frameworks continue to bear fruit.
As the realities of modern technology nip at the heels of toy-store pioneer Toys-R-Us, the company (which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in September) is testing an AR app as a means to get bodies into its bricks-and-mortar stores.
Retail giant Walmart, which for years has tried unsuccessfully to open a store in the Big Apple, has purchased Brooklyn startup Parcel, a same-day delivery service that according to a Walmart blog post delivered more than a million meals, grocery and other orders in the last two years.
There's more to the rivalry between Apple and Google than AR, and language translation jobs appear to be caught in the crossfire. Google's Bluetooth ear buds can handle 40 languages.