Some disappointing yet hopeful news came in over the weekend. According to Google’s Tango AR team, the Tango AR service will be shut down on March 1 in favor of ARCore.
At the Google I/O 2017 developer conference, Google discussed some of the latest developments the company has made in the VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality). Google has been busy developing and integrating these two related technologies into Android smartphones and other devices for some time now, and at the Google I/O 2017 we saw how some of Google’s other projects will connect. Google also talked used the time to discuss some of its new hardware partners who will be [Read More]
ASUS finally revealed the much-anticipated ZenFone AR and ZenFone 3 Zoom on January 4 during its ‘Zennovation’ event at CES 2017. The ZenFone AR leaked just a day before the event and the official release confirms what we were expecting. The device is the second phone to be equipped with Google’s Tango, an augmented reality app. The ZenFone Zoom 3 is designed for high-quality photography with dual 12MP cameras, a huge 5,000mAh battery and a Snapdragon 625 processor.
CES 2017 is underway and it’s going to be a crazy week as major tech giants scramble to captivate your attention with new product launches. And as is tradition, product leaks were already starting to surface before the event commenced. Legendary leaker Evan Blass recently provided a first glimpse at the new ASUS ZenFone AR, which will be officially during the CES show.
Motorola is on the search for Moto Mod ideas, and the next big idea may be Tango support. That’s right! In he not so distant future, Motorola could release a Moto Mod attachment for Moto Z models that brings support for Google’s augmented reality platform, Tango.
With the Lenovo Phab2 Pro finally releasing into the public’s hands this week, much of the talk has been centered around the future of Google’s Tango. This led us to our weekly poll.
We first heard about the Phab2 Pro at Lenovo Tech World, which was held back in June. At this event, Lenovo introduced us to the Phab2 Pro and its Google Tango capabilities for the first time. Since then, it seems that demand has dwindled, as the release day kept getting pushed back. However, the pushing back is finished, as the Phab2 Pro is now available. Here are the availability and pricing details you’ll want to know.
News surrounding Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro phablet has been light of late. We also haven’t heard much about Google’s Tango, the new technology embedded into the Phab 2 Pro, up until now.