Sources say Google quit its own VR headset to focus on Daydream
One source says over 50 people worked on the now-cancelled headset that ran on non-Android software. Google is likely reinvesting labor into Daydream.
Immerse yourself in Google I/O 2016 with live YouTube VR stream
The inaugural keynote of the Google I/O 2016 developer conference will be broadcasted live in 360 degrees on YouTube tomorrow at 10AM PT.
3 things we’re watching for at Google I/O 2016 (#io16)
Mountain View will be busy next week with swarms of developers learning about the latest on Android, Google’s VR ambitions and a whole lot more.
And there you have it: Google practically confirms Android VR platform
Something called Android VR is definitely coming, according to the Google Play Developer Console, probably at the I/O conference next week.
Google will ‘definitely’ announce standalone Android VR headset at I/O
Do you dare to dream about a standalone, smartphone-disconnected virtual reality headset? Google could make that a reality next week with the Android VR.
Android N signs point to enhanced stock virtual reality capabilities
If the latest developer preview is anything to go by, Android N should focus on enriching the virtual reality universe, among others.
Google brings its A game to April Fools’ with Cardboard Plastic, Photos emoji search, and more
As always, Google takes April Fools’ Day uniquely seriously, unveiling the Cardboard Plastic actual reality headset, parachute Express delivery, and more.
Heads up, Android devs, Google I/O 2016 tickets are now available for lottery winners
The Google I/O 2016 developer conference is roughly two months away, and the first batch of tickets can be purchased by lucky raffle victors.
Google Store picks up new category just for VR hardware
In the market for a new Google Cardboard? Perhaps something a little more robust? You’ll want to check out the new Google Store VR section.
Google supposedly working on stand-alone VR headset, as well as next-gen sensor-laden Cardboard
In addition to a next-gen Cardboard with a ton of new sensors, rumors suggest that a stand-alone Google VR headset could also be in the works.
Google may have much bigger plans for VR than Cardboard, expect details at I/O
Forget Cardboard, as Google has its sights set on a sturdier, higher-end VR headset designed to work with a wide range of Android phones.
Next-gen Google Cardboard may take advantage of Project Tango tech
Rumors of a crossover Google Cardboard Project Tango effort could be part of Google’s next-gen VR/AR plans.
Google job postings, new hires point to serious interest in VR hardware
With new hires and a prominent Google VR job posting for hardware development, rumors of the company’s interest in new VR headsets grows.
Google exec reshuffling hints at big VR plans in its future
Google VR rumors are heating up as a VP is tasked to work on VR and VR alone – could an Oculus-like headset be in Google’s future?
Google Cardboard Camera lets you take your own 360-degree 3D shots
Got a Google Cardboard headset? Great; now you’re all set to create some 3D panoramas with the new Google Cardboard Camera app.
Verizon’s got some exclusive Star Wars Google Cardboard viewers
Act fast to get your own limited edition Star Wars Google Cardboard viewer, in select Verizon stores today.
YouTube for Android goes full VR for Cardboard users: 3D with head tracking
See how today’s new YouTube VR-focused updates really help improve the experience for Google Cardboard users.
Microsoft looks like it’s come up with a Google Cardboard of its own
It looks like Microsoft wants a Google Cardboard 3D viewer of its own, and that may arrive in the form of Microsoft VR Kit.
LG announces free VR hardware for the G3
LG’s got its own spin on Google Cardboard, VR for G3, is is hooking up new G3 owners with the hardware for free.
Who’s doing 3D on their phones? Only half a million Cardboard users, that’s all
Since its launch this past summer, 500,000 users have tried Google Cardboard; will you be next?