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The game has proven a hit on VR, with just under 300,000 users on the platform

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CEO Tim Cook believes "anything you would see on the market any time soon" won't provide a good experience

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VR/AR filmmaker Keiichi Matsuda will lead the new office as VP of Design and Global Creative Director

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Gadgets – TechCrunch Darrell Etherington

 Google has new AR stickers coming to its Pixel devices, with rollout set to begin later this year. They use Google’s ARCore, which is designed as an easy way for Android developers to bring augmented reality experiences to device users. The AR stickers are built right into the camera app on the Pixel (when they make their way out via software update) and they can be selected like any… Read More

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Gadgets – TechCrunch Darrell Etherington

 Google has new AR stickers coming to its Pixel devices, with rollout set to begin later this year. They use Google’s ARCore, which is designed as an easy way for Android developers to bring augmented reality experiences to device users. The AR stickers are built right into the camera app on the Pixel (when they make their way out via software update) and they can be selected like any… Read More

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Pokémon Go developer suggests that audio will play a vital role in the design of its next game

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CEO John Hanke posts cool response to Apple's reveal of the iPhone X's capabilities

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Gadgets – TechCrunch Devin Coldewey

 Apple today announced the digital equivalent of a singing telegram, a perversion of the emoji concept that embodies the worst of both the company’s exclusionary philosophy and the worst of CG animals and excreta. Animoji are dumb and I loathe them. Here’s why. Read More

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Gadgets – TechCrunch Devin Coldewey

 For someone getting major dental work or reconstructive surgery, it can be hard to visualize what they’ll look like afterwards. You can do casts and make wax molds, but that’s a bit… 19th century, isn’t it? A Swiss startup brings the in retrospect obvious solution of augmented reality to the problem, giving patients a virtual view of the smile they could soon have. Read More

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