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Why HTC smartphones continue to fail

HTC is getting smaller and smaller every year. That’s true not just for its bottom line but its workforce as well. Every year it puts

Trying on DreamGlass, the headset that’s trying to make AR more accessible

At $400, this could put decent AR on the faces of many There are some really impressive things happening with augmented realityright now, but for

HTC Vive or Oculus Rift? Steam users are still pretty divided

Steam’s latest hardware survey has suggested that its users are pretty evenly split between the two biggest VR headsets, the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift,

Field of view: Valve’s Knuckles controllers appear to be edging towards release

Time to get caught up on all the latest news in alternate realities It’s Friday, and you’re still a few painful hours away from escaping

Snapdragon XR1: Qualcomm’s play for affordable standalone AR and VR

Qualcomm has revealed its latest chipset, the Snapdragon XR1, but rather than phones it’s intended for Extended Reality headsets like AR smartglasses and untethered VR.

Oculus Go v Lenovo Mirage Solo: Which standalone VR headset is best for you?

We compare the two wireless headsets on design, features and price In case you’ve been out of the loop, you should know that virtual reality

Oculus Go v Samsung Gear VR: What is the best beginner-friendly VR headset?

Oculus’ main competition is… itself? When it comes to the Oculus Go’s closest competition, it probably isn’t the new standalones like the Lenovo Mirage Solo and HTC Vive Focus

Full SteamVR support doesn’t fix Windows Mixed Reality’s early access feel

Windows Mixed Reality headsets are easy to set up, but frustrating to use. Hardware doesn’t really have an “Early Access” period per se, the way

The best VR headsets for iPhone users 2018

The great VR headset revolution is well and truly underway, but just because you own an iPhone doesn’t mean you can’t get in on the

Mobile VR: What it needs to succeed

Last week, the Oculus Go and the Lenovo Mirage Solo launched, both standalone mobile versions of virtual reality platforms. This week at its I/O developers

Lenovo Mirage Solo Review: Standalone Daydream VR with caveats

PROS Standalone VR is so much more convenient WorldSense 6DoF makes a big difference to tracking Competitively priced – compared to a phone and Daydream

Oculus Go Review: What is this affordable VR headset lacking?

Pros Decent screen resolution and refresh rate Tracking feels accurate Plenty of software available at launch Motion controller included as standard Cons Battery life could

And finally: Samsung’s interested in a smartwatch with an extended display

Rumours and lighter stories from the week gone by Another week has come and gone, which means it’s time for And finally, where we round up

HTC Vive Pro review: The best VR experience, bar none… if you can afford one

The HTC Vive is considered by many to be the leading virtual realitydevice on the market. And from 5 April 2018 things get even more exciting, as there’s

VR Shinecon 6.0 Review – The All-in-one Virtual Reality Headset

We get down and dirty with the latest Virtual Reality Headset, the VR Shinecon 6.0 It might not feel like it, but VR is booming!

And finally: An AirPods-style Apple Watch charger and more

All the other news from the week You know what time it is, kids: time for another And finally, where we round up the smaller stories

HTC Vive Focus Hands-on Review : The kind of standalone VR headset we need to see more of

MWC 2018: The question is, will it launch outside of China? Cables. That is the number one thing I hate most about the first generation

Overclockers Gaming Oxygen review: A gaming PC that oozes all-round quality

This Vega-based PC costs a lot, but it’s beautifully built and has an excellent SSD/hard disk combo Pros Looks great Suitable for current VR games

MWC 2018 preview: All the wearables we’re expecting to see in Barcelona

We dive into what could be coming later this month Samsung’s upcoming flagship phone has already been leaked, Blackberry is still trying to convince you

5 things you need to know about Nintendo Labo

Wrap your Switch in cardboard with these wonderfully inventive new kits Nintendo is big on innovation in gaming, and while that hasn’t always worked out

HTC Vive Pro – Everything you need to know about the 3K headset

For the longest time, the HTC Vive was the creme de la creme of the VR world. It was the big, great, innovative high-end headset

Best wearable tech at CES 2018

Operation ‘do CES 2018’ completed. We’ve covered all the big announcements and been jumping from booth to booth (and the odd hotel room) in Vegas

10 big CES reveals that PC enthusiasts need to know about

A glimpse into the high-octane future of the PC. An ominous Spectre hung over CES 2018’s PC announcements, as the industry grapples with how to protect against devastating

CES 2018 : All the biggest wearable tech announcements so far – UPDATE (Day 3)

We round up the latest smartwatch, VR and hearable unveilings from Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But after seeing a

HTC Vive Pro vs HTC Vive: What’s the difference?

HTC has announced a new version of the HTC Vive, dubbed the HTC Vive Pro, during CES 2018 in Las Vegas. This new model comes with a number of improved

HTC Vive Pro hand-on review: Better resolution gives a clearer experience

The HTC Vive, considered by many to be the leading virtual reality deviceon the market, has had an update worthy of a new product name: the

CES 2018: What to expect in smartwatches, virtual reality and more

All the biggest wearable tech announcements we’re expecting from Las Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But when it comes to wearable

Alienware Area 51 Threadripper Edition review: The best pre-built gaming PC ever

Alienware’s Area 51 Threadripper Edition is unmatched when it comes to gaming performance but it’s ludicrously expensive Pros Unmatched performance Easily upgradeable Efficient cooling Cons

Magic Leap One: All the details on the mysterious mixed reality glasses

And what we still – STILL – don’t know The wait for Magic Leap has been a long roller coaster of emotions, but the company

HTC VIVE Tracker Review with Gun, Straps, and Paddles

PROS Tracking just as good as original controllers Enable tracking of ALL the things Most games already tracking are amazing CONS Size is still ever-so-slightly