Mozilla places focus on “do not track” feature for mobile

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Mozilla, creator of the popular Firefox web browser for computers, has announced that it is now developing an open-source operating system for both tablets and smartphones that will supports “do not track” from its very foundation. Many standard web browsers for computers now include a feature that allows users to opt out of online tracking with a “do not track” option which indicates to third parties – such as marketing companies, advertisers, etc. – that the user does not want to be tracked. This option has been exceptionally limited for…

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What impact with the New iPad have on online retailers?

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It should come as no surprise to retailers that mobile commerce is now becoming a vital part of remaining competitive, but what many people are wondering is what sort of difference the New iPad will be making in this marketplace and what that will mean to the holiday shopping season for this year. There are already over 82.2 million Americans who use smartphones, and online retailers are making certain that they optimize their websites in order to cater to these consumers. That said, the release of the “iPad 3” is…

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Sony opens up about the augmented reality technology behind the Playstation Vita

Augmented reality’s incorporation into the world of gaming is currently being championed by Japanese developer Sony and their new handheld device the Playstation Vita. In the months and weeks before the handheld console was released, Sony had touted the device as one of the most advanced gaming platforms ever made. This was mostly because of its use of augmented reality. The company kept the specific details of the technology used in the Vita under wraps, even in the days before its release. Now, however, Sony is finally willing to show…

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lifeClipper augmented reality experience creates an alien world that people are free to explore

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Augmented reality is teeming with possibilities. As the technology garners more attention, developers around the world are keen to push the boundaries of the technology to unlock new experiences. This is especially true in the world of art, where technocratic artists are looking to blur the lines between the imagination and the real world. lifeClipper, an open air art project in Switzerland, is taking this concept to an extreme. The developers and artist behind the project jokingly claim that it could make LSD obsolete. The lifeClipper project is entirely housed…

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Total Immersion to show off D’Fusion platform at CeBIT 2012

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Total Immersion, a leading developer of augmented reality software, has announced that it will be showing off its latest program at the CeBIT 2012 conference in Hanover, Germany. The company will be letting attendees get their hands on the D’Fusion platform, a 3D rendering platform that is designed to create immersive augmented reality experiences. The platform will be used on the Intel’s Ultrabook and Total Immersion believes that it will push the boundaries of the powerful computer platform. The D’Fusion platform is designed to build entertaining augmented reality gaming experiences.…

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