Although the concept of digital transformation isn't new, the way in which companies are leveraging technology to make changes to their day-to-day business is constantly evolving, according to Red Hat senior vice president of cloud platforms Ashesh Badani.Using packaging and logistics giant UPS as his example, Badani said the organisation has been working with Red Hat on how it can make its monolithic architecture more modern, in a way that can support them into the future, but also allow for faster innovation."Essentially take processing to the edge to improve the way they schedule packages, deliver them, increase efficiency routes," he told Red Hat Forum in Melbourne last week. "Be able to do that quickly, because every customer wants personalisation, and they want to be able to make sure that they can see where their packages are."Badani said UPS is now taking advantage of micro services-based technologies, which he said allows for the analytics to take place at the edge, useful in … [Read more...] about Red Hat is positioning itself as the digital transformation partner of the enterprise
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more. Money for Games John Levite 10 Dec 2019 0 During the Black Friday weekend, the best deal we saw on the Switch included a $25 gift card. Since then, Amazon came out with a deal featuring the Switch with a $30 gift card. Now Best Buy has matched that. If you buy the Nintendo Switch for $299.99 at Best Buy, you'll get a free $30 gift card through the email you used. That's about as good as discounts get for the Switch, and you can use the $30 to get some discounts on games or accessories for the Switch. Money for games Nintendo Switch 32GB console plus gift card We saw this deal at Amazon yesterday and now it has cropped up at Best Buy. Buy the Switch at regular price and you'll get a digital gift card to Best Buy for free. Great to put toward a game or two for your new console.$299.99 $330.00 $30 off See at Best Buy According to Best Buy, the gift card will be sent to you after the Switch order is … [Read more...] about Best Buy is giving away $30 digital gift cards with the $300 Nintendo Switch
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ARKit has looked like a promising platform for augmented reality in the few short weeks since the first two beta versions of iOS 11 were released to developers. But when iOS 11 officially drops this fall, it’s more likely that we — both consumers and developers — are still going to be figuring out what to use it for. Which means, in the early going, we’ll probably be using ARKit apps to goof off. Take this example from Federico Viticci on Twitter. Unlike some of the more ambitious ARKit demos, Viticci isn’t using a specially developed app to put digital tchotchkes on that very real (and very good) dog. Instead, he’s just using the demo that Apple whipped up to show off ARKit at WWDC to make a funny joke. He’s not alone: the first week of the iOS 11 beta was full of weird stuff like AR fidget spinners. These uses of AR are completely inane, but they also look just fun enough to pique people’s curiosity even if they don’t know much … [Read more...] about ARKit is going to be a lot of fun while we wait for it to become useful
Apple finally announced an augmented reality platform for developers yesterday, and it’s about time. ARKit, as the tool is called, lets app makers draw on detailed camera and sensor data to map digital objects into 3D space. This lets them move beyond simple 2D camera overlays, without requiring the heavy-duty software engineering behind more advanced tools like Snapchat world lenses. If nothing else, Apple has just made catching pokémon more immersive. But ARKit could also let the company compete against Google, which currently sets the gold standard for phone-based augmented reality. It could even set the stage for augmented reality glasses and virtual reality. Here’s what that means. Apple “world tracking” is a strike at Google and Facebook ARKit enables what Apple refers to as “world tracking,” which works through a technique called visual-inertial odometry. Using the iPhone or iPad’s camera and motion sensors, ARKit finds a bunch of … [Read more...] about Breaking down Apple’s new augmented reality platform