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What's next for virtual reality?

What’s Next for Virtual Reality?

I can understand if this seems a little preemptive; there aren’t even any virtual reality headsets available commercially at the moment. So, wondering what will come next for VR seems a little hasty, especially if they haven’t even happened yet. For that, we will probably be waiting until sometime next year for VR headsets to actually take off among consumers. I wouldn’t ...

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Oculus CEO Confirms An Estimated “Worst Case Scenario” Price

Hello, VR hopefuls. If you’re planning on getting your hands on an Oculus Rift headset sometime in the first quarter of next year; Oculus CEO, Brendan Iribe, announced yesterday at Re/Code’s Code Conference just how much approximately that is going to cost you. And it isn’t pretty. At least, not at first. But, keep in mind that’s because the quoted figure ...

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Twitch Bans Streaming Of AO Games

Months ago, the gaming community – and those outside of it – were up in arms over the trailer for the game Hatred. The trailer featured explicit violence with no comic undertones, and was labeled by many as something without any taste. Apparently, those working at Twitch have agreed with that camp. As part of their official blog, twitch has ...

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Cortana will be available for Android and iOS later this year

Microsoft’s electronic personal assistant competitor to Siri, Cortana , has been confirmed to be coming to Android and iOS devices within the year. Of course, there will be some limitations to the capabilities of Cortana on these other devices, including the requirement that you have to have Windows 10 and the Phone Companion app, but there have been no statements ...

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Google takes the Nexus 4 off lifesupport

An anonymous tipster has informed Android Police that Google will set a cut-off point for each of their Nexus devices. The news is set to become official as Google’s I/O event, which the latest iteration of Android is expected to debut.  The devices will be set to receive software updates 2 years from release, and will have security patches continued ...

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CNBC Writer Ed Fernandez Declares The Death Knell Of Smartphones

According to Ed Fernandez in an editorial he wrote for CNBC—titled “The demise of the smartphone is inevitable, and necessary”—the smartphone’s days are numbered. Fernandez’s line of reasoning runs the gamut from plausible to specious. While his claims about the narrowing of the smartphone market have plenty of solid ground to stand on, the technology Fernandez claims will supplant smartphones ...

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Mozilla Takes New Direction With Firefox Mobile OS

Mozilla, the company who made the Firefox browser, has put out an email recently detailing their plans to expand their new mobile effort, nicknamed the Ignite Initiative. In it, they talked about what they’ve learned from their efforts to create a $25 smartphone with their new Firefox OS, and what they plan to do with it in the future. According ...

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