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Niantic Labs, the division behind the super popular augmented reality game Ingress will be spun off into a new company. They’re currently a division within Google but will soon become independent
When Google recently sold Motorola to Lenovo, it kept the vey best part of the company for itself, the Advanced Technology and Projects group, which is working on the ambitious Project
Could another scavenger have commenced right in front of our eyes?
Google’s Niantic Labs has launched its latest application, a location-based/augmented-reality game called Ingress. Available as a beta-only game at this time, it is inspired by geocaching and looks to split
Why look up a CD on Amazon when you can scan it from your phone and purchase in a matter of seconds?
Wikitude GMBH, a long time favorite developer here at AndroidGuys, have finally released the US version of their popular augmented driving application, Wikitude Drive. Actually, they’re releasing versions for all
Wikitude, a key player in the Augmented Reality game since the days of the first Android Developers Challenge, has just updated their AR browser. Available in the Android Market today,
Layar saw version 5.0 of their popular augmented reality (AR) browser hit the Android Market earlier this week, adding new features while also improving on the existing stuff. This latest
The real-time location-based augmented reality application sees another significant update. Download the free application and find out what’s going on outside your door. Or down the street. Or five miles to the south. You get the point!
One of the premier names in augmented reality gets even better with an updated version of the browser. If you’re into beta testing cool apps, this one is for you.
onely Planet announced earlier today that they have dropped the prices of their 25 augmented reality apps down to 99¢ a piece. The apps, which normally run $4.99 each, help users find hundreds of points of interest for each city.
The next time you find yourself sitting at the doctor’s office with a few minutes to kill, why not break out your Nexus One and knock a few bomber planes
Augmented Reality developer Junaio recently announced that they have released an Android version of their Augmented Reality (AR) browser, Glue. We have seen AR Browsers before in Layar and others,
Layar, the world’s leading mobile Augmented Reality Platform and browser, has just released version 3.5 of their Reality Browser into the Android Market. Starting today, the new version of the
Colorado-based Tagwhat has just launched their new augmented reality app/service/experience for Android. Using the free application, users can place digital tags anywhere and everywhere. Want to share a great deal