Neelie Kroes, the European Commission (EC) vice president with responsibility for the Digital Agenda, said 5G technology will deliver more than just a step up from current 4G (LTE) networks.
Technology makes so much possible. We are principally constrained by the limits to our imagination and reluctance to try doing things that are new and different. We have come a long way with 2G, 3G and 4G, but there is clearly still enormous scope for innovation and improvement on our mobile networks with 5G. Perhaps Europe will regain its former glory and fortune by making this happen?
The mobile augmented reality market, is set to increase from 60 million unique users this year to nearly 200 million in 2018, according to a new report from Juniper Research. The research firm believes that the market will expand from the gaming segment and navigation-based utility to become an integral part of the consumer's ecosystem.
FierceDeveloper tracked down five enterprising women who are making a difference in mobile app development--from working on enterprises apps as a member of a Chicago-based development team to heading up a firm devoted to augmented reality, these women are tackling the mobile development world first-hand and hoping that their efforts will help prompt others to follow their lead.
Taylor Swift may be using augmented reality as a key feature in her mobile app, but based on a recent research report, she's far from alone.
As you know, Google has plans to take the augmented reality segment to new levels via Project Glass, it
Augmented reality became a mobile reality in late 2009. In truth, the concept for the technology has been around for much longer.
SAN DIEGO--Hollywood is once again making a play for the mobile industry. At the 2011 Uplinq conference here, Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) CEO Paul Jacobs provided a few more details on the company's
Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) unveiled its Augmented Reality Extension for the Unity gaming engine, enabling Android developers to create richer, more interactive smartphone games while reducing development