Obviously, heydoor doesn't as yet have a magic COVID cure that would truly let us all live life without restrictions, but we're told its new mobile app and SaaS back-end "supports people living with physical and psychological disabilities to live life without restrictions, with access to their favourite retailers, product and service providers throughout Australia."
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.
LogMeIn’s join.me works on iOS 9 with full split-screen multitasking for mobile whiteboarding and visual collaboration so virtual and physical meeting attendees can get things done.
Acronis, the company behind 'easy-to-use' disaster recover and data protection solutions has released its new 'Backup & Recovery' software in version 11, adding the 'cloud' to its existing physical and virtual mix.
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