Here’s the first official Google Daydream phone.
Last week, Google revealed their advanced virtual reality (VR) platform, Daydream. The caveat: it only works with certain smartphones. And the first smartphone for Google’s Daydream VR platform is probably one you’ve never heard of. PC Magazine reviews the ZTE Axon 7.
What does it take to be “Daydream-ready?”
To deliver a high-quality VR experience, phones must have high-quality sensors, displays and processors and run on Android N. You’ll start seeing new Daydream-ready phones this fall. Read more from Road to VR.
Apple wants you to open up your home—and your apps—to Siri.
The voice assistant you know and love could soon appear on your mobile apps. Apple’s had a Siri home speaker in the works. But to really compete with Alexa and others, Siri needs third-party app developers to up the ante with integrations. The Verge explains in more detail.
Are smartphones the key to voters’ hearts?
Presidential candidates sure hope so, and their campaign teams are trying new technology—apps, cloud and Big Data—to win this year’s U.S. election. Read about The Mobile Race to the White House.
Dropbox for Business now supports enterprise mobility management (EMM).
VMware AirWatch partner, Dropbox, now offers general EMM support on iOS and Android devices. This makes it easier for IT to give business users access to their Dropbox files on managed devices. Read all about it at CloudPro.
It’s free. It’s the best out there. It only takes up your half your day, and you don’t have to get up. The huge EUC Insights online conference is back again on June 7 with 25 unique sessions on end-user computing. Register here.
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