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And finally: Motorola is building a VR headset for its smartphones

All the other news stories from the week Sandwiched in between Mobile World Congress and Baselworld, we expected this week to be a slow one. And it kind

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!

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

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

Lenovo Mirage Solo with Daydream hands-on: VR and the camera to shoot it

Right now there are two main types of virtual reality headsets, ones that are tethered to PCs and ones that need a smartphone to work.

Samsung vs. Acer Mixed Reality headsets: Which handles VR best?

Hardware The difference between Samsung’s and Acer’s headsets is immediately clear. The only thing remarkable about Acer’s aesthetic is the glossy-blue plastic visor, which, together

MSI Trident V3 Arctic review: Looks like a console, runs like a high-end desktop

If only this had been around for all our ’90s LAN parties The MSI Trident V3 is quiet, easily upgraded, and packs a GTX 1070

This is Snapdragon 845: 2018’s AR, VR, and HDR super-chip

Qualcomm has taken the wraps off its new super-chip, the Snapdragon 845, set to be found inside smartphones, tablets, and more come 2018. Renewing Qualcomm‘s focus

Snapdragon 845 hands-on: The blueprint for 2018

This is the first Snapdragon 845 smartphone and, if you’re thinking “that looks like a pretty generic Android device,” then you’re not far off the

Windows Mixed Reality Review

Key Features Multiple headset options Free for Windows 10 users Steam VR support incoming Multiple tiers of system requirements Editor’s Note: Windows Mixed Reality is still

The Best VR-Ready Laptops 2017

Virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive promise incredibly immersive experiences, including 360-degree games, apps and videos. But before you can take a walk on

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

Google Daydream View (2017) review : Google’s next gen headset offers a better perspective

The Google Daydream View tweaks, fixed and slightly upgrades the original headset. Separately these changes are minor, but put together they make for an overall

Parrot Mambo FPV review

OUR VERDICT The Parrot Mambo is an adorable little critter that we imagine is going to be finding itself on many a Christmas list this

PS5 release date, news and rumours and everything we know

The Xbox One X arrives in just a few weeks and is about to usurp the PS4 Pro as the most powerful home console consumers can buy. But could

Google Pixel 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: Which Android phone is better?

Google Pixel 2 vs Samsung Galaxy S8: Which should you pick? If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, then there’s a good

Lenovo ThinkPad 25 Review

Pros / Awesome classic keyboard; Luxurious soft-touch deck; Strong performance; Cool nostalgia packaging; Thunderbolt 3 charging Cons / No ThinkLight; Only one, pricey configuration; Mediocre

Hands on: Daydream View (2017) review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The new Daydream View is, well, fine. It improves in some key areas – namely fit – but it still needs far

Google Pixel 2 vs iPhone 8: Which should you buy?

Google Pixel 2 vs iPhone 8: Which should you pick for your next phone? It’s a busy period in the mobile calendar currently and in

New Google Daydream View 2017: All you need to know about Google’s next VR headset

A new Google Daydream View VR headset is in the works for 2017, so we’re told. Here’s all you need to know. Virtual reality headsets

Hands on: Parrot Mambo FPV review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Parrot Mambo is an adorable little critter that we imagine is going to be finding itself on many a Christmas list

Magic Leap: Everything we know so far and what we still – STILL – don’t know

Waiting for Magic Leap has been starting to get on everyone’s nerves and we’re sure we’re not alone. Early last year, after a series of

Royole Moon review: The 3D ‘Virtual Cinema’ experience, minus the popcorn

The Royole Moon is an interesting piece of hardware. It’s a headset that purports to offer a ‘virtual 3D theatre experience’ in an immersive mobile

Lenovo Explorer Hands-on Review

Key Features Review Price: £399/$598.5 Optional motion controllers 110 degree field of view Two 2.9-inch, 1440 x 1440 LCD lens Windows 10 Creator’s Edition compatible

Samsung Unveils Gear Sport Watch with Focus on Fitness

Smartwatch makers seem to have figured out that it’s fitness tracking capabilities that will convince people to slap a smart device on their wrist. Samsung’s

And finally: Samsung’s flexible wearable – All the rumours and whispers from the past week

Lock up your sources, it’s time for And finally, a place where we trawl through the week’s whispers to bring you the rumours you need to

Asus ROG GT51CH Review

Pros Fast in gaming benchmarks Unique design Rapid storage Cons SLI graphics is inconsistent Underwhelming components Gets far too hot Very expensive Key Features Review

MSI Infinite A review

OUR VERDICT The MSI Infinite A can chew up practically any game you throw at it. Just try not to let all the features confuse