Samsung is currently considering which of its devices to make the star of the show at the upcoming Unpacked event in August. Whatever Samsung’s new product, it is undoubtedly going to make an impact. But what will it be?
The worldwide leader in the industrial and engineering software sector announces the launch of its new app, AVEVA Insight OMI, which will be making use of real-time AI to gain insights into the decision making of business owners, managers and staff members.
If you were one of the small number of users of the Hobbi app who documented your personal projects and craft projects, you may feel hard done by. If you don’t know what it is, you are not alone. It was an experimental app, however Facebook recently decided it was time to shut it down.
HealthySpaces is the new product from the start-up company, Nomad Go. It provides the option to access real-time data on a store’s occupancy rate along with density counts. Mask-wearing compliance and social distancing is also measured in this forward-thinking technology specifically for physical retailers.
YouTube will now be allowing creators to automate their replies to comments by making use of Google’s artificial intelligence technology. This is a massive step forward for the platform and a welcome development for creators whose time is very often taken up ensuring they respond to the majority of community questions timeously.
A leaked Microsoft document has hinted at a second next generation Xbox, much to the delight of Xbox fans around the world. As it turns out, Microsoft has been in the planning phase for another, cheaper and lesser powered Xbox console, making it a more affordable leap for interested users into the realm of Xbox – and thereby opening up the customer base.
Amazon has been a brilliant innovator in their use of augmented reality to maintain the distance between their workers during the coronavirus pandemic. They are introducing numerous units to implement the new tool in order to ensure the safety of their warehouse staff. The aim is to keep them suitably socially distanced.