AR is developed into apps to bring digital components into the real worldFor example, in the Pokemon Go app, the characters seem to appear in real world scenarios … [Read more...] about Google unveils new Sodar augmented reality tool that creates a six-foot ring around you on your phone screen to help you follow social distancing rules
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Screen time limits – set limits for each day of the week, for example, you have the ability to allow for more time on the weekends or reduce time during the school week Content filters – set filters based on the age of each child; an 8-year old can only access games rated E, and will be blocked from accessing titles that are too mature Play and communication settings – block all access to play and communication with other players, limit access to “friends only” or grant permission for older children to play and chat with “everyone” Activity reports – view daily and weekly activity reports for each child to understand how they are spending their time on Xbox … [Read more...] about New Xbox app for parents lets you log kids off and set time limits from anywhere
“Fundamentally, Google gets everything it needs from the music business out of YouTube as it is at the moment, so doing this new paid service is mainly about doing it because the labels are pushing them to do it, and that’s how they protect the relationships for the core business, which is YouTube,” he says. … [Read more...] about Streaming music: what next for Apple, YouTube, Spotify… and musicians?
The game brought together two of Japan’s finest (and hitherto rival) game-makers, Final Fantasy’s Hironobu Sakaguchi and Dragon Quest’s Yuji Horii, and leading lights in their respective teams. The result is a game full of vibrancy, humour and clever little ideas that delight. An initially poor conversion for iPhone and iPad has been improved and upgraded for contemporary audiences –just as well, as a genuine copy of the original game would set you back several hundred pounds. … [Read more...] about Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition review – we’re all Homs now