New auras surround Philly Inquirer readers
from News & Tech
When Philadelphia Inquirer readers recently opened their Sunday paper, they couldn't readily see what was hiding under a handful of ads and editorial content — that is, unless they were looking with their tablet or smartphone. The May 6 Inquirer marked the launch of the publisher's use of "auras," or augmented reality features, which allow readers to interact digitally with their paper.
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