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Mozilla executive Chris Beard has previously said that "VR will beget AR pretty quickly as a mass-market opportunity", and that "browsers play a very meaningful role" when it comes to getting that content into the hands of customers. "This collaborative effort will help ensure that content works across multiple platforms and implementations, increasing the reach of the content". WebVR transforms Virtual Reality (VR) into a first-class experience on the web, giving it the infinite possibilities ...
  • Flipkart's Big Freedom Sale to clash with Amazon Great Indian

    Flipkart's Big Freedom Sale to clash with Amazon Great Indian

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    However, Flipkart hasn't mentioned the value yet. The company has announced the dates for its next Great Indian Sale. The company is offering a minimum of 71 percent discount on almost 30 products listed as a part of the sale. 6999/- (up to Rs.6500 off on exchange, though conditions do apply). Flipkart is offering up to Rs 12 ,000 exchange offer on Redmi Note 4 64GB/4GB RAM varaint, the 32GB/3GB RAM stoarge version of the phone will be available at an exchange offer of Rs 10,000.
  • Here Comes the Xbox One Fall Creators Update

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    It should also be faster. No specific date for the release of the Spotify App for Xbox One has been revealed as of this time, although more news on its progress is expected this week. The game bar will have a switch within it so you won't have to go hunting. And for those of you who can't get enough multiplayer but keep running into hurdles, a troubleshooting option has also been added to the game bar.
  • No under-glass Touch ID in Apple iPhone 8

    No under-glass Touch ID in Apple iPhone 8

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    We now know that the iPhone 8 will have a full-screen display and a 60 fps front camera . Arriving within the early beta releases of iOS 11, developers have discovered Apple had secretly added a new charging tone named "engage_power.caf", which many believe was meant to be used for wireless charging .
  • Apple Just Launched its First Instagram Account

    Apple Just Launched its First Instagram Account

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    It's all about the handsome pictures that people take using the iPhone. So Apple wants to leverage that and showcase the creativity and diversity of iPhone users. Joining Instagram is standard practice for pretty much everyone these days - brands and individuals alike - but it's a pretty major move for Apple.
  • Rainbow Six Siege Officially Reaches 20 Million Registered Players

    Rainbow Six Siege Officially Reaches 20 Million Registered Players

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    Ubisoft say that their plan for this patch is to "resettle [sic] the foundation that future patches are built upon, and establishing the Y2S3.0 patch as the new baseline that we will update the game client from". This will mean that players will get faster load times with consoles seeing about 10% faster loading times for matches. "While it is hard to determine an exact loading time reduction percentage for PC due to the variety of configurations, consoles will see about 10% faster loading ...
  • YouTube Gets In-App Messaging Feature

    YouTube Gets In-App Messaging Feature

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    It also introduced the ability to allow replying and chatting while users are watching a video, which gives the feature more of a real-time feel. "Like chats around the water cooler, shouldn't sharing a video be as easy as saying, 'Have you heard this new song, '" wrote YouTube product manager Benoît de Boursetty in a blog post .
  • Ways Kylie Jenner Is Just Like Your Best Friend IRL

    Ways Kylie Jenner Is Just Like Your Best Friend IRL

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    The article titled "Pretty Much Everyone Hated Kylie Jenner's 'Life of Kylie 'Premiere ", basically sums it up for the folks at home who watched the premiere. Jenner, who was raised in the spotlight due to her Kardashian-Jenner family's hit show, confesses that it was not always easy to grow up with fame.
  • Samsung introduces more durable version of Galaxy S8 with larger battery

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    In the process however, the Galaxy S8 Active ditches the Galaxy S8's trademark Infinity edge-to-edge curves for ruggedness only Samsung's Active phones can vouch for. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor clubbed with 4GB RAM. It packs a 4,000mAh battery which comes with fast charging support and wireless charging support.
  • Researchers Fool Self-Driving Cars With Stickers on Street Signs

    Researchers Fool Self-Driving Cars With Stickers on Street Signs

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    All they had to do was put stickers onto road signs and convinced the car's image-detecting algorithm that what they were seeing was a speed limit sign instead of a stop sign. Some vehicles on our roads, such as Tesla's Model S electric cars, are already equipped with sign recognition software, although the vehicles are not yet programmed to react to the signs.
  • IPhone 8 Rumors: Face ID to Replace Touch ID

    IPhone 8 Rumors: Face ID to Replace Touch ID

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    Well-known Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo of KGI Securities has written this in a note to investors, and given that in the past Kuo has got his Apple predictions spot on, this latest report can't be dismissed so easily. As we all know, Apple's plan "A" was to embed the fingerprint scanner under the frontal display, although the company has probably failed to do so.