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Los Angeles-based Talespin nabs $15 million for its extended reality-based workforce training tools

It turns out the virtual and augmented reality companies aren’t dead — as long as they focus on the enterprise. That’s what the Los...

The top smartphone trends to watch in 2019

This was a bad year for the smartphone. For the first time, its seemingly unstoppable growth began to slow. Things started off on a bad...

HTC 5G Hub and Inseego MiFi 5G confirm larger hotspot form factors

As the first mobile 5G cellular networks roll out over the next six months, hotspots — sometimes called “pucks” — will be the first...

IDC: VR headset market grew 8.2% in Q3 2018, led by Sony PSVR and Oculus

Months after predicting that the VR market would soon experience a rebound after a sharp drop in shipments, IDC today issued a positive report...

Bright spots in the VR market

Virtual Reality is in a public relations slump. Two years ago the public’s expectations for virtual reality’s potential was at its peak. Many believed...

HTC files Vive Cosmos trademark

HTC may finally be rolling out its Vive Focus standalone headset to businesses this month, but a new trademark filing has us wondering what...

A closer look at HTC’s blockchain phone, the Exodus 1

The Exodus 1 didn’t make its global debut on stage at TechCrunch Shenzhen. That was the plan, but stuff, as the saying goes, happens....

Vive Focus 6DoF controllers hands-on: an impressive start

At an enterprise-focused HTC Vive press event in San Francisco today, we learned about the Western release of the Vive Focus across North America and Europe,...

HTC will make Vive Focus standalone VR headset available in North America and dozens of other markets

HTC said it will make the Vive Focus standalone virtual reality headset available in North America and dozens of other markets. The move is part...

HTC Vive Wireless Adapter review — Trading cables for a battery

The problem with VR is … well, VR has more than one issue. The biggest one is that it’s still too expensive. But OK....
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