TechnologyDespite Apple's investment in AR, its lack of Safari...

Despite Apple's investment in AR, its lack of Safari support for web-based AR lags browser providers like Google and Samsung, who have supported WebXR for years (Janko Roettgers/Protocol)




Janko Roettgers / Protocol:

Despite Apple’s investment in AR, its lack of Safari support for web-based AR lags browser providers like Google and Samsung, who have supported WebXR for years  —  “AR is going to change the way we use technology forever.”  For the past five years, Tim Cook has used every possible opportunity …





Original Source Link

Latest News

Biggest US retailers cut prices as inflation hits shoppers

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for freeRoula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly...

Amazon Alexa’s big AI upgrade could require a new subscription

It’s no secret that Amazon is busy overhauling Alexa with generative AI, but a new report from CNBC...

Fani Willis Cites Appearance On Rachel Maddow In Primary Victory Speech

Fulton County DA Fani Willis was interviewed by Rachel Maddow the night before the Democratic primary and she...

Why we still don't know exactly how bird flu is spreading between cows

Early evidence suggests that a bird flu virus called H5N1 may be infecting dairy cows through contaminated milking...

14 Outdoor Decorating Mistakes to Avoid This Year

Designing a picture-perfect outdoor space goes beyond simply arranging furniture and plants. It’s about creating a functional, inviting...

Ireland, Norway, Spain, recognize Palestinian statehood : NPR

Good morning. You're reading the Up First newsletter. Subscribe here to get...

Must Read

Russian strikes on Ukraine’s Kharkiv region kill at least 11

A view shows a crater that appeared after...

Crypto insiders anxious and divided as spot Ether ETF decision date looms

Currently, betting markets indicate a 61% chance of...
- Advertisement -

You might also likeRELATED
Recommended to you