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Chinese AR startup Rokid eyes industrial applications after success with temperature-reading smart glasses
Shipments of Rokid Glass 1 soared between April and June, giving the company one of its biggest commercial successes since its foundation in 2014. In China, the AR and VR market is forecast to grow 66% year on year to US$4.09bil in 2020, according to IDC.
Virtual reality was supposed to be the next big thing. However, due to the high financial hurdle, it hasn't taken off as predicted. Now, game developers are trying to develop the big "killer app" for VR.
While virtually every consumer electronics and smartphone maker has a version of wireless earbuds in their product range, few can offer music fans what they want in terms of sound quality, finds product testers.
When it comes to cars, the entertainment system is usually the first to show signs of ageing: The display feels too small, and somehow the sound isn't as good anymore – what better time to get a retrofit?
Tens of thousands of South Africans have written complaints to the government over a new policy that would let mobile networks build cellphone infrastructure like 5G towers on private land, which they say could devalue their property.
Alphabet Inc’s Google on Aug 3 launched the Pixel 4a smartphone, the successor to its first budget-friendly Pixel device that finally gained sales momentum last year.
Ventilation is perhaps the most underappreciated challenge of reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic. As people increasingly return to indoor spaces such as office buildings, airports, schools and restaurants, they’ll need plenty of outside air, so they won’t walk into a cloud of coronavirus spray. But how can they trust building managers to ensure it’s safe to breathe?
Some robots have flaws that could make them vulnerable to advanced hackers, who could steal data or alter a robot’s movements remotely, like a scene out of science fiction.
As news continues to develop around TikTok's uncertain status in the United States, Los Angeles-based competitor Triller has reportedly jumped to the top of the App Store's Top Free Apps.
When her husband suddenly died, Nakimo set up a small shop in Bhutan’s southern Chukha district to provide for her family of seven, then began growing hazelnut trees, which not only boosted her income, but also helped preserve the soil on her land.