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OnePlus 5T initial review: first 72 hours

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Black Friday 2017: more deals start going live!

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Essential VP: “We’ve always thought of building something premium”

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OnePlus 5T, Samsung Galaxy S8, or LG G6? [Poll of the Week]

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15 best VR games for Google Cardboard

Google Cardboard is an excellent entrant into the VR gaming world. If you have one laying around, here are a list of the best VR games for Google Cardboard!
by Joe Hindy1 day ago12

HTC shows off Vive Focus headset, standalone Daydream VR device cancelled

The Vive Focus will operate without a connected smartphone or PC system, though HTC says its previously announced Daydream VR headset has been canned.
by Scott Adam Gordon1 week ago

Google Daydream VR: ‘Daydream-ready’ phones and compatible devices

We've rounded up the full list of Google Daydream-ready phones, devices we expect to launch with Daydream compatibility, and more.
by Kris Carlon2 weeks ago41

10 best VR apps for Google Cardboard

VR is taking off in a big way and Google Cardboard may be leading the way. Check out this list of awesome VR apps and games for Android!
by Joe Hindy3 weeks ago35
 
 

AR vs VR: what’s the difference?

Do you know your augmented reality from your virtual reality? In this post, we'll define AR vs VR and look at some other concepts like mixed reality and XR for good measure!
by Adam SinickiAugust 1, 2017

Here’s a first look at Samsung’s prototype standalone VR headset

The prototype has eye-tracking, hand-tracking, and facial expression recognition capabilities and can power dual WQHD+ displays at 90 Hz.
by Brian ReighJuly 4, 2017

Google experimenting with what ads might look like in VR

Although it’s just an idea at this stage, Google’s test concept for VR ads already looks annoying and is eerily reminiscent of that Black Mirror episode.
by Brian ReighJune 28, 2017

HTC releasing a mobile VR headset with motion controllers, powered by the HTC U11

The bad news is that the device is set for release in Japan only, though.
by Scott Adam GordonMay 25, 20174

WebVR on Chrome now works with Google Cardboard

Chrome has just added WebVR support for Google Cardboard with a new WebVR Experiments site launched to showcase supported content.
by Kris CarlonApril 13, 20171

Sony to stay in smartphone market, bets big on next paradigm shift

Speaking to the Financial Review, the president of Sony outlined the company’s plans for the post-smartphone era, with a special focus on VR.
by Brian ReighApril 12, 201717
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