Apple's April event is now confirmed, with the potential for new iMacs, new iPads, a new Apple TV, new HomePods, AirTags and new AirPods, as well as Augmented Reality news, but until the event has come and gone, we're all still waiting to find out.
Australia's biggest telco says it is "always looking for ways to bring 5G to life in more places, and to show off what it is truly capable of," and it's why Telstra is "teaming up with Augmented Reality (AR) gaming developer, Niantic, to bring a new multiplayer game to Australia."
Frost & Sullivan unveils its newest report, the "Future of User Interfaces Shaping New Consumer Experiences", which "finds that user interface (UI) technologies have moved beyond the concept of simply representing machines to their users to enabling sophisticated and personalised interaction."
Augmented Reality is allowing Australian car buyers to "try on" a new Volkswagen T-Roc or T-Cross in great detail, inside and out, and visualise it in their driveway, garage or elsewhere, at different sizes, as COVIDsafe buying of big ticket items online takes off in a big way! iTWire talks to CCMO Jason Bradshaw on video to find out more.
A day ahead of Apple's iPhone 12 and 12 Pro arriving at retail tomorrow, Telstra has released information about its new 5G coverage checker, a new AR feature in the MyTelstra app delivering an AR experience around the iPhone 12, and its new trade-in offer for old devices.
Amy Peck is a remarkable pioneer in the virtual (VR), augmented (AR), mixed (MR) and extended reality (XR) spaces, running her own VR company, working at HTC Vive and travelling from the US to speak about 5G and more at StartCon 2019.
At Zebra's AppForum events around the world, the company shares how its customers are, and can, gain an "intelligent edge in Enterprise IT and software development", and we spoke to two top execs on thought leadership, global trends and much more.
What's on today at Apple? Its new [AR]T Walk sessions feature works by leading contemporary artists, curated in partnership with the New Museum, "offered at Apple Stores around the world".
A new 10.5-inch iPad Air and a new 7.9-inch iPad mini have arrived, both with Apple Pencil support, advanced Retina display and A12 Bionic processors, for the "most complete" iPad line-up yet.
Epson Australia has launched its next-gen Moverio BT-35E augmented reality smartglasses with a transparent Si-OLED display.
The IT industry is going through another transition phase in its evolution, according to Dell EMC president and chief technology officer John Roese.
On August 24 and 25 in Melbourne, Dr Barry Sandrew will be keynote speaker at the "Magnify World Expo" event, which will showcase what are claimed to be stunning, world-class VR, AR, IoT experiences and more, with the video below a fantastic preview on what he'll talk about.
Dynatrace's APAC roadshow is underway, demonstrating how its solution "provides answers, not just data, based on deep insight into every user, every transaction, across every application", with plenty of opportunity to meet Dynatrace staff, customers and peers.
There's a day and a half of Vivid Sydney to go, with NSW TAFE students at the cutting edge of augmented reality sculptures, and there's still time to see one tonight (14 June).
Accenture's wonderfully detailed and freely downloadable 78-page PDF report on its insights and technology vision for 2018 is expertly explained by one of its top technology evangelists, Harshu Deshpande.
A new study has found the number of enterprise mixed reality applications will approach 40 million by 2022, rising from just 6.5 million in 2018, representing growth of more than 500%.
The mixed reality market certainly won't be sending mixed signals as it reaches more than US$35 billion by 2024, with shipments forecast to grow at around 30%, according to a new research report.
Smartphone shopping appears to be the new norm, with 69% of AR and VR users thinking AR/VR tech will "give smartphones the benefits of physical stores within three years" as smartphone shopping gets set to peak globally over that time frame.
Eye, eye, Captain, with the Australian VR market growing 40% in 2017, you'd think a treasure trove had been found, but with Aussies still taking a "wait and see approach", the eyes don't have it yet.
New Australian start-up, Sweep, has its eponymous app using geo-location, messaging and AR skills to allow users dubbed "Sweepers" to "discover and interact in the world around them".
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