Google ARCore

Google ARCore or ARCore is a platform or software development kit (SDK) for Android that facilitates augmented reality (AR) application development. ARCore SDK works with Unreal, Java/OpenGL and Unity scripting languages. It is quite similar to the Apple ARKit framework for iOS 11 or later. The AR apps created courtesy ARCore present animated 3D content, […]

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Feature Phone

A feature phone is a type of mobile phone that sits between a smartphone and a basic mobile phone. In other words, it’s not as advanced and feature-rich as a smartphone and, at the same time, not as rudimentary in functionality as a standard mobile device. The pricing is also somewhere between a smartphone and […]

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Wireless Charging

Also called inductive charging, wireless charging or wireless power transfer is a technique to charge battery-powered electronics without a physical connection (almost). There are no physical cables and connectors in the mix, which results in a much tidier and convenient charging environment. However, not all devices compatible with wireless charging have the capability built into […]

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Mobile Radio Telephone

Mobile radio telephone is a wireless communication system that existed before modern cellular communication could happen. Called 0G or pre cellular, mobile radio telephone preceded 1G – the first generation of wireless communication technology. The pre cellular generation was based on half-duplex communication, which means people couldn’t talk simultaneously on the phone. When one person […]

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Global System for Mobile communication (GSM)

Global System for Mobile communications (GSM) is a cellular communication standard used in most parts of the world to make voice calls and use Short Message Service (SMS). Based on the Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) method, GSM is a 2G standard that competes with CDMA One that’s based on another mobile radio access method […]

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