The smartphone field moves at a lightning pace, and keeping up isn’t always easy. Microsoft chose to call its implementation of holographic technology and virtual reality, mixed reality, and several companies such as Acer, Dell, Asus, and Lenovo showed off their new mixed reality headsets, letting visitors experience them. Apple has unveiled three new phones — including a premium version that starts at $1579 in Australia — as well as a 4K Apple TV and new watches as the company commemorated its 10th anniversary of the iPhone. The Nokia N-series of gadgets have been particularly impressive and established a name for themselves in the industry.
TV Widgets are made possible by the performance of Intel CE media processors and Widget Channel, a software development framework. AirPlay has now been expanded to work with more applications, which means developers can plug into the API to get video (and more) out to …Continue Reading