News Highlights: Williams F1 augmented reality car launch is thwarted by hackers
OXFORDSHIRE, England – F1 team Williams scrapped an ‘augmented reality’ launch of its new car on Friday after hackers interfered with the reveal on its smartphone app.
The British team, under new US ownership, planned to unveil its car later in the day with a more traditional launch.
Williams Racing planned to unveil its 2021 challenger, the FW43B, via an augmented reality app later in the day, he said in a statement. “Unfortunately, because the app was hacked before launch, this will no longer be possible. We then removed the app from both the Apple App Store and the Android Google Play Store. “
The team had hoped fans have a …
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