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  • Google is shutting down Project Tango

    Project Tango was Google’s first attempt to bring a solid augmented-reality experience to the average user. It relied on an array of cameras and sensors to accurately map 3D areas, which led the (few) devices supporting Tango to be rather large and expensive. Today, Google announced that it is ending support for the platform.

    The official Twitter account for Tango announced the shutdown earlier today:

    We’re turning down support for Tango on March 1, 2018.

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    Google is shutting down Project Tango was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Google is shutting down Project Tango

    Project Tango was Google’s first attempt to bring a solid augmented-reality experience to the average user. It relied on an array of cameras and sensors to accurately map 3D areas, which led the (few) devices supporting Tango to be rather large and expensive. Today, Google announced that it is ending support for the platform.

    The official Twitter account for Tango announced the shutdown earlier today:

    We’re turning down support for Tango on March 1, 2018.

    Read More

    Google is shutting down Project Tango was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today

    Anyone who grew up on the internet prior to the smartphone era has probably spent a lot of time on AOL Instant Messenger, or AIM in the common vernacular. AIM made sense in that world, but not anymore. True to its previous announcement, AIM has gone offline today.

    AIM was a big part of our lives in years past. See, back in the day, we didn’t all have devices in our pockets that could send an unlimited number of messages at a moment’s notice.

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    Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today

    Anyone who grew up on the internet prior to the smartphone era has probably spent a lot of time on AOL Instant Messenger, or AIM in the common vernacular. AIM made sense in that world, but not anymore. True to its previous announcement, AIM has gone offline today.

    AIM was a big part of our lives in years past. See, back in the day, we didn’t all have devices in our pockets that could send an unlimited number of messages at a moment’s notice.

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    Set your away message to ‘RIP’ because AIM is officially dead today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • ARCore v1.0 release in “the coming months”, Project Tango support ending

    Developer Preview 2 for ARCore is also here.

    Google first launched ARCore this past August as its first widely available augmented reality platform following its dabblings with Project Tango, and although we’ve yet to see the true potential of the platform, things like the recently released AR Stickers give a promising glimpse into ARCore’s future.

    The second Developer Preview for ARCore doesn’t introduce any radical changes, but there are three main improvements that are the focus of this latest update, including:

    A new C API for use with the Android NDK that complements our existing Java, Unity, and Unreal SDKs
    Functionality that lets AR apps pause and resume AR sessions, for example to let a user return to an AR app after taking a phone call
    Improved accuracy and runtime efficiency across our anchor, plane finding, and point cloud APIs
    Along with the second Developer Preview, Google also announced that it’s officially ending support of Project Tango and that a public launch of …

  • [Deal Alert] Misfit Vapor is available now on Amazon for $140 ($60 off)

    Misfit’s Vapor smartwatch has been the butt of many jokes since it was announced. The delays combined with the product’s name almost too aptly, with many crying “vaporware!” each time it made it into the news. Turns out we’ll all have to eat a generou…

  • [Deal Alert] Misfit Vapor is available now on Amazon for $140 ($60 off)

    Misfit’s Vapor smartwatch has been the butt of many jokes since it was announced. The delays combined with the product’s name almost too aptly, with many crying “vaporware!” each time it made it into the news. Turns out we’ll all have to eat a generou…

  • Huawei Watch 2 Classic giveaway! Enter for a chance to win at Android Central!

    If you’re looking for a high-end Android Wear watch, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic is your best bet, and we’re giving one away!

    We have found the Huawei Watch 2 Classic to be extremely easy to wear, and quite enjoyable to use. The Classic is equipped with a bunch of top-notch specs for a modern smartwatch, including a super-sharp 1.2-inch OLED panel at 390×390 pixels, a Snapdragon 2100 processor, 768MB of RAM and 4GB of storage (which can be used to store and play music offline), a heart rate sensor, a GPS radio, IP68 water resistance, and a 420mAh battery that’s quoted for two days.

    You can check out our full review, then come back and enter to win the watch for yourself! Keep reading to enter!

    THE PRIZE: One Android Central reader will win a Huawei Watch 2 Classic!

    TO ENTER To enter, use the widget at the bottom of this page. Keep in mind that all winning entries are verified and if the task was not completed or cannot be verified, a new winner will be chosen.

    We will keep the gi…

  • Inbox now recommends unsubscribing to certain newsletters

    Time to declutter your inbox.

    It’s hard to believe that Inbox by Gmail has been around for over three years now, and since its initial debut, the service has picked up quite a few tricks along the way that help it continue to feel fresh and modern. Now, it looks like Inbox’s latest feature is suggesting newsletters that you should unsubscribe to.

    Android Police has received multiple tips about this new feature, and when Inbox detects that you haven’t opened emails from a certain sender within the past month, it’ll reveal a card above all of your emails asking if you’d like to unsubscribe from any future messages from them.

    There are two buttons to choose from on the card – “unsubscribe and “no thanks” – and tapping “unsubscribe” will have Inbox unenroll you from whatever newsletter or mailing list you’ve been ignoring.

    Image via Android Police.

    This feature appears to be rolling out to Inbox’s Android app as well as its desktop site, and although I’m not seeing it …

  • Google Maps now tells you when to get off at your bus stop

    Never miss your stop again.

    Trains and buses are how a lot of people make their daily commutes each and every day, and although Google Maps has already been able to show arrival times for this way of transportation, it’s now getting a big upgrade with the new ability to tell you how much more time you have before you’re at your destination.

    When you’re on a train or bus, you’ll be able to look at Google Maps to see how many more stops you have until you get to where you want to go. A notification will show up on your lock screen telling you what stop to get off at and how many minutes until you get there, and this is also accompanied by a progress bar for your bus/train that moves in real-time.

    In addition to this, Maps can also now give you turn-by-turn directions so you know exactly where to go to hop on your next ride.

    I hardly ever use the bus or train since I live in a pretty rural area, but for my fellow city-dwellers, this sounds like something of a godsend. Enjoy!

    Google…

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