We’re living in a digital age where the virtual and physical worlds are converging. The immersive experiences we’ve seen in our favorite science fiction movies are now becoming a reality—all thanks to Extended Reality (XR). Imagine what it might be like to live in a futuristic world where virtual experiences are part of our lives.
You’ve probably seen advertisements for apps that offer to pay you just for playing games on your phone. It sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? Let’s take a look at how these Get Paid to Play (GPT-Play) apps really work and what you as a user stand to gain or lose by using them. How
The chances are that you use at least one of the popular messaging apps: WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook Messenger, or similar. And while these are all widely used for their own reasons, using them comes with some privacy concerns (especially for the apps owned by Facebook). Signal stands as a privacy-conscious messaging service that’s a solid
In one context or another, you have probably run across the term “LiDAR” in one of its many forms. Specifically, many newer generations of mobile phones are touting their LiDAR capability. Whether you’re deciding if LiDAR technology should factor into your next smartphone purchase or just want to be a part of the conversation, it’s
A distant future involving robotic package deliveries is now very much a reality. Advances in robotics, GPS tracking, automation, and navigation now mean you might not find a delivery person at your door with your package. You might find a delivery robot instead. With semi-autonomous robots beginning to enter the world, here’s a look at
When you think of YouTube, interactive games probably aren’t the first thing that come to mind. However, clever creators once came up with many games you can play on YouTube. Similar to classic “choose your own adventure” books and interactive fiction games, interactive YouTube games let you make choices to move the story forward. Unfortunately,