Nearly a year after it took away all the wires for its first tetherless virtual reality headset in China, HTC is bringing the Vive Focus worldwide.
It's not exactly clear what buoyed revenues for the month where not much sway was generated by anything the company did. It's good news, though.
Wireless, phoneless virtual reality has made progress with Oculus. Quest will launch next spring with more than 50 titles.
A new Dark Side Expansion pack takes the story further in this augmented reality game and there's a new Lightsaber to own for this expansion.
The Taiwanese tech company's IFA press conference brought in a mad dash of laptops from Windows to Chrome OS and a mixed reality headset.
Galaxy Note 9 owners who want to use their Gear VR with it will need to get an adapter to fit the phone into the headset.
Oculus Rift app developers can soon make their games or tools available on the HTC Vieport and gain revenue through its subscription-based system.
The exhibit will let users go on a simulated moonwalk and experience it all in virtual reality. It will be at the Samsung 837 retail outlet in New York.
It's a summer sale going on through July 17 Pacific Time and it involves smart speakers, over-the-top TV dongles and a whole lot more Google.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and in a desperate search of profitability, HTC will soon cut 1,500 manufacturing jobs in Taiwan.
The V35 ThinQ is coming unlocked at the price everyone else has to pay. Will it be accepted at all the major networks in the United States as promised?
Before HTC can expand the Vive Focus from China, Facebook has officially released the Oculus Go VR device in the US, Canada and many European countries.
This fall's Galaxy Note 9 or next spring's Galaxy S10 could launch alongside a hot new Samsung virtual reality headset rebranded as the Galaxy VR.
It took Xiaomi a full two years to improve on the crazy affordable Mi Band 2, but believe it or not, the Mi Band 3 is just as cheap, as well as larger and suited for long, deep swims.
XR stands for "Extended Reality", which basically lumps VR and AR together, with Qualcomm aiming to power the next wave of "mainstream", high-quality, affordable XR headsets.
Display manufacturers were bragging about their high-density virtual reality-purposed displays last week, but there's hope for Samsung's solution to be fast-tracked into commercialization.
Google and LG have a common goal, working together on a crazy sharp VR OLED display with a record-breaking 1443 ppi count and 120 x 96 field of view.
AR technology may well be the next big thing, as Google joins the likes of Apple and Samsung in reportedly working on a truly immersive, standalone headset.
No, HTC is not aping a Japanese video company and releasing a 32-bit console-phone hybrid. At least we hope not. But renowned leaks journo Evan Blass has some evidence against that idea.
Far from a popularity contest, the 2018 Google Play Awards were handed out to a mix of mainstream hits and obscure underdogs including BBC Earth: Life in VR and Episode by Pocket Gems.
Samsung's first ever standalone headset could go beyond VR and also integrate AR technology with the help of Microsoft's Windows Mixed Reality platform soon.
The first official Android P details are coming, along with possible Wear OS, Daydream or Google Home software and hardware upgrades. Here's how to follow all the Google I/O 2018 action live online.
An Oculus virtual reality headset comes untethered with the new Oculus Go. It doesn't need a computer like the Rift does and it doesn't need a Samsung phone like the Gear VR does.