I’ve never seen The Ring because I’m a huge baby, but I’ve now watched a terrifying augmented reality demo of its main villain Samara coming out of the TV screen, just like in the movie. A developer named Abhishek Singh, who has created lots of AR experiences, tweeted his idea of The Ring in AR.
Samara not only comes out of the screen, but she follows the user around the room and shows up in hallways. It’s terrifying, especially for a baby like me. Another developer, Mike Woods, created a Ring experience with ARKit earlier this year, but it isn’t as scary as…
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Rumors have been suggesting a Moto G6 is on its way – first we saw some specs, then we saw some images. Now the phone allegedly popped up on Geekbench, revealing some of the specs. Apparently, the phone, most likely to be called officially Moto G 6th gen, will have Snapdragon 625 chipset and 3 GB RAM. The results of the Moto G6 with the year-old chipset are 709 for a single-core score and 3582 for the multi-core score. Although they look a bit off from the numbers that Moto G5 Plus reached last year with the Snapdragon 625, numbers are not comparable due to the different versions of…
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Android Go was announced almost a year ago, at Google I/O 2017. It’s a modified version of Android, designed to function better on low-end hardware (think 512MB phones). Google said the first Go phones would ship in 2018, and even though several Go apps have been released on the Play Store, no devices have hit the market yet.
Thanks to a new blog post from Google, we finally know when Android Go phones will arrive.
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Roxanne, Roxanne, the Lolita "Roxanne Shanté" Gooden biopic that premiered at Sundance last year, is making its way to Netflix on March 23rd — and you can watch its first official trailer below the fold. Shanté rose to prominence as on…
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This interview is part of our series of Growth Stories. We interviewed the founders and CEOs of 20 of the fastest growing startups in Europe. We asked them about their companies, their companies’ culture, and their lives, trying to understand how these three factors played a role in the achievement of such impressive growth. The two most important things in the life of a parent are probably kids and family finance. There’s a startup that combined both those things and created quite a fortunate product. The startup is called GoHenry, and it’s a British company that provides pocket money solutions for children. With GoHenry,…
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