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Apple’s digital driver’s license drives slowly into Maryland

Digital Trends

After Arizona, Apple is bringing support for driver's licenses and IDs in the Wallet app to Maryland. Other states are expected to follow soon.

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Analyzing Apple Vision Pro As An Accessibility Engineer

Upload VR

Before I dive into my experience using Apple Vision Pro, I think it's worth a quick discussion on my experience actually getting it. Whenever I pre-order new Apple products, I do so as soon as the online store opens. But in true Apple style, this was not the case with Vision Pro. I couldn’t agree more.

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Apple's digital ID is finally here, and so are the privacy concerns

Mashable VR

Apple just took another step on its one device quest. Arizona is just the first state of many that Apple said it has queued up for its digital IDs — a promise that brings with it its own set of potential privacy concerns. We look forward to working with many more states and the TSA to bring IDs in Wallet to users across the US."

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Facebook steps into cloud gaming — and another feud with Apple

TechCrunch VR

Their approach is different than what Microsoft or Google has built but Facebook highlights a shared central challenge: dealing with Apple. Facebook’s service will launch on the desktop web and Android, but not iOS due to what Facebook frames as usability restrictions outlined in Apple’s App Store terms and conditions.

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Enterprise Wearable & Immersive Tech 2018: Magic Leap, Exosuits and VR Training, Training, Training


Going into 2019, the industry eagerly awaits HoloLens 2 and Glass Enterprise Edition 2, as rumors swirl around the possibility of AR glasses from Apple and/or Facebook in the near future. Magic Leap finally dropped to mixed reviews and BrainXchange published its Definitive Guide to Adopting Wearables, AR and VR in Enterprise.

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Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is a Horrible Experience

GizModo VR

So much is revealed when court documents are officially unsealed, and in the case of Epic Games’ antitrust complaint against Google, we now know that Google considered buying the Fortnite maker outright “squelch this threat.” Google also apparently attempted to convince Epic Games not to limit Fortnite to sideloading… Read more.

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Epic Is Taking Google to Court (Again)

GizModo VR

In the latest leg of Epic Games’ case against the tech giants, the Fortnite developer is taking Google to court—in Australia this time around. Read more.

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