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All the VR news from Oculus Connect 2018 : Oculus gave us some Quest love and a bunch more VR gaming news

So Oculus Connect, its annual developer conference, is happening this week in San Jose but we already know pretty much all of the main VR headset and

Nvidia Turing GPU deep dive: What’s inside the radical GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

Nvidia’s radical Turing GPU brings RT and tensor cores to consumer graphics cards, along with numerous other architectural changes. It’s time to pull back the

5 Reasons to Buy the Galaxy Note 9 & 4 Reasons to Wait

This guide will take you through some reasons why you should, and shouldn’t, buy the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in August and beyond. If you’re hunting

Note 9 S Pen: What you should know about the big stylus upgrade

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may not look too different from its predecessor, but the new S Pen packs a big upgrade. A Bluetooth connection

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 hands-on: Pro Android comes at a price

Bigger screen, better S Pen, and bolder colors. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may not come as a great surprise, after the usual cavalcade of

Google vs PlayStation, Xbox: what it needs to win in gaming

Google has a presence in almost every aspect of our digital lives, from Internet services to smartphones to digital content distribution to connected homes. But

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

AsteroidOS review : We get to know the smartwatch OS alternative to Google’s Wear OS

While AsteroidOS doesn’t have the same sophistication and app support as Wear OS, there’s a lot to like in this open source effort, and it’s

6 Reasons to Wait for the Galaxy Note 9 & 5 Reasons Not To

This guide will take you through some reasons why you should, and shouldn’t, wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release later this year. If you’re hunting

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

Google I/O 2018: 5 things we’re likely to see (and 5 things we really want)

Homes, Pixels, and Android oh my! Google I/O 2018 kicks off May 8, and we can’t wait to hear what’s cooking for developers and fans.

Android P initial impressions: Two weeks daily driving Google’s latest OS

Android P is the latest iteration of Google’s mobile operating system, and it’s been available to test as a Developer Preview on the company’s Pixel

Microsoft’s DirectX Raytracing paves the way for lifelike gaming, the graphics holy grail

Real-time ray tracing is the holy grail for graphics, and it’s getting real(er). The PC industry is finally making a push toward a “holy grail”

As Pebble is given its death sentence, its most loyal fans are racing to rebuild it

Come 30 June, the lights will be switched off Since the new year started, Pebble users have been on borrowed time. When the company closed

NVIDIA TITAN V: 5 features for scientists, researchers, and gamers

Today the NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN V was revealed as what the company calls The Most Powerful PC GPU Ever Created. Inside this machine is

Jibo Review: Alexa gets some cute competition

PROS Engaging movements really add to Jibo’s personality Facial-recognition makes the robot more proactive Far more personable than an Amazon Echo CONS Expensive compared to

Merge Cube review : Come for the VR headset, stay for the AR fun

Merge isn’t bringing anything new to the scene with its headset, despite its kid-friendly and intuitive design. Where it does innovate, however, is through the

Fitbit Ionic review : Meet Fitbit’s smartwatch riposte to the Apple Watch

There’s a lot that we really like about Fitbit’s first smartwatch, but ultimately the software niggles make it difficult to put it in the same

5 things Fitbit still needs to get ready before the Ionic launch

Time is ticking pre-October release Fitbit’s first smartwatch is official and if you haven’t done already, you can read what we think about the Fitbit Ionichaving spent

Fitbit Ionic preview: A smart start for Fitbit’s smartwatch

Fitbit is no stranger to the wearables market. In fact, it’s been kicking around for a decade this year, having sold over 67 million devices.

New Fitbit smartwatch pictures reveals heart rate shake-up

Exclusive: New images show off watch from different angles Fitbit has been openly talking about its smartwatch for several months, but it’s yet to reveal the product

How Oculus Rift works: Everything you need to know about the VR sensation

The Oculus Rift may look like a relatively simple device but it’s actually a pretty amazing piece of kit packing a wealth of cutting-edge tech.

Oculus Rift vs. PlayStation VR : What is the best VR gaming headset?

While it would be nice to paint the rivalry between the Oculus Rift and Sony’s PlayStation VR (previously codenamed Project Morpheus) as a David and

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge hands-on Review

The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge was unexpectedly one of our favourite phones of last year, proving itself to be much more than the gimmicky sibling

Samsung Connect Auto upgrades your car with 4G Tizen

Samsung may not be building a car, but it is building a car connectivity system, with Samsung Connect Auto aiming to make your existing auto

Oculus Rift vs. HTC Vive: Which high end VR headset is worth your cash?

If you’re a gamer and looking to get into VR this year, there’s one big question you should be asking yourself: Oculus Rift orHTC Vive?

AsteroidOS can run on some Android Wear smartwatches

There are several smartwatch operating systems out there today. A number of the wearables available right now run Android Wear. A new watch OS has

Early build of final Oculus Rift hardware starts shipping to devs

Things might finally be really getting along for the company that rebooted the whole virtual reality hype. Perhaps taking advantage of the delay that HTC’s

The Gear S2 is great – now Samsung’s big IoT challenge begins

Samsung is off to a great start with the Gear S2 smartwatch, with its great UX and broad Android compatibility, but its challenge is only

Gear S2 SDK released, opening doors for developers everywhere

This morning Samsung revealed their Gear S2 smartwatch with Tizen, the company’s own software operating system. This afternoon they’ve released a public software developer kit