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Magic Leap is using a technology called Digital Lightfield to produce realistic images in augmented reality.
We were very enthusiastic from the moment LEAP was presented, said Jeroen Jansen, CEO, Informed Products.
Leap partners with online and land-based gaming companies to provide advanced gaming products for end-users.
AT&T also agreed to pay Leap shareholders a contingent right, which entitles them to the net proceeds received by their company from the sale of its 700 Mhz A Block spectrum in Chicago, bought by Leap in August last year for USD204m.
The New York Times, a publication of multimedia news and information company The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT), announced on Thursday plans to launch a news app for Leap Motion, a provider of Top News articles to users on Leap Motion Controllers.
Leap pioneered Cricket service affordable, flat-rate service plans, Cricket offers customers a choice of unlimited voice, text, data and mobile Web services.
Century years--1700, 1800, 1900, 2000--are leap years only if they are divisible by 400.
1 If you're a "Leaper," you will have beaten the 1,506 odds against being born on Leap Day
THE Olympics, staged every four years, coincide with Leap Years.
Walpole inspires us to continually leap our fences and see that all nature is a garden of inspiration.
This way, a calculation could be made, accounting for any added leap seconds, to get the local time.