Apple’s iPhone-Powered Virtual Reality Headset Is Still in the Works

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Apple is continuing to work on a virtual reality headset that would be powered by an iPhone, if a recent continuation patent is any indication. The continuation patent, which was published today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, doubles-down on the idea of a headset accessory that would use an inserted iPhone as its […]
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Logitech’s G Pro headset is built for eSports

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With the new G Pro headset, Logitech set out to make something that gamers could wear for hours on end, without getting fatigued. It's a fairly straightforward pair of headphones: It only offers stereo sound (no fancy surround option), and it relies…
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Google Daydream View VR headset is 50 percent off at Best Buy

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Google’s Daydream View headsets let you experience VR on the go, and right now you can score a unit for half off.

Best Buy is now selling the Google Daydream View for $ 49.50, which is 50 percent off its normal price. The Fog version is already sold out as of this post, but the Charcoal and Coral versions are still in stock and ready to ship.

This offer is Best Buy’s Deal of the Day, so you’ll need to jump on it fast if you want to get a new Daydream View on the cheap. It’s possible that the other two colors will sell out, too, so that’s even more reason to hurry.

The Daydream View is a virtual reality headset that’s powered by your phone. Simply drop your handset into the front of the Daydream View and you’ll be able to get a VR experience wherever you’re at. The current list of Daydream View-compatible phones includes the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, ASUS ZenFone AR, LG V30, Galaxy Note 8, Moto Z2 Force, Google Pixel and Pixel XL, ZTE Axon 7, Moto Z, Moto Z Force, and Huawei Mate 9 Pro.

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HTC Vive Focus standalone VR headset is coming to international markets

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Looks like the start of Vive Pro pre-orders isn’t the only VR news that HTC has to share this week.

HTC said today that its standalone Vive Focus headset will be sold in “international markets later this year.” That’s about all that HTC had to say about the rollout, though, so it’s unclear exactly which markets will get the Vive Focus and when they’ll get it.

The HTC Vive Focus is a standalone virtual reality headset, meaning that unlike the Vive and Vive Pro, you don’t need a powerful PC  to use it. The headset includes a 2880×1600 AMOLED display and Snapdragon 835 processor, a microSD slot, built-in microphones and speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It features QuickCharge 3.0 charging, and HTC says that you can get up to 3 hours of active use on a single charge.

HTC currently only sells the Vive Focus in China, where it’s priced at ¥3,999 ($ 632 USD) for the Almond White model and ¥4,299 ($ 680 USD) for the Electric Blue version.

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HTC Vive Focus headset will be available outside of China soon

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If you're interested in the HTC Vive Focus VR headset but you don't live in China, you've basically been out of luck. That is, until now. Today, HTC announced that the Vive Focus would be available in international markets later this year. It's the f…
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Magic Leap opens up AR headset to developers with new SDK

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Virtual and augmented reality company Magic Leap has finally allowed developers to start producing content for its Magic Leap One Lightwear AR goggles and wearable computer, using GDC to launch its developer portal containing a software development kit and development guidelines.
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HTC’s Vive Pro headset is available to pre-order for $799

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Once staunch rivals in high-end VR, it now seems Facebook-owned Oculus and HTC are treading different paths. While Oculus is gearing up to launch a more affordable standalone headset, HTC has gone in the opposite direction with the Vive Pro, a new to…
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Oculus Go standalone VR headset rumored to launch at F8 developer conference

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Facebook is reportedly planning to launch its Oculus Go standalone virtual reality (VR) headset at the company’s F8 developer conference this year. Variety reports that the VR headset is likely to make its debut at F8 in May, alongside Facebook’s promise of “the biggest AR / VR news from Facebook to date.”

Oculus first unveiled its new standalone VR headset back in October, which will be priced at $ 199 once it ships. The Go is designed to be a standalone headset that will sit in-between the $ 129 Gear VR and the $ 499, without inside-out tracking or fully tracked motion controllers. The Oculus Go will be built by Xiaomi and has a Snapdragon 821 processor inside. Recent leaks suggest the base $ 199 model will include 32GB of storage, while a…

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Facebook Oculus Go standalone VR Headset expected to launch at F8 conference on May 1

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Facebook is said to be planning on launching the Oculus Go VR Headset at F8 Developer Conference on May 1 according to sources of Variety. Facebook declined to comment just as expected. The company first introduced the Go VR Headset back in October 2017. During the announcement in October, company executives mentioned that the Oculus Go VR headset would be available to consumers in early 2018. Since it powers with the same software as Samsung’s Gear VR headset, it will out of the box have support for thousands of VR games and 360-degree video experiences, and other streaming services like Hulu, Netflix, and HBO. The Oculus Go VR Headset comes with an integrated display and all of its computing power directly into the headset, eliminating the need for phone or PC. Furthermore, the headset will come with a 32 GB of onboard storage for the $ 199 variant, and 64GB model will sell at a higher price. Unlike the  Oculus Rift headset, Oculus Go doesn’t have any positional tracking technology. If rumors are to be believed, Facebook said to have given a model of Oculus Go VR Headset that is very much like the final retail product some time last year. At CES 2018 in January, the company announced that it was partnering with Xiaomi …
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Standalone Oculus Go headset could debut at Facebook’s F8 event

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Last year Oculus teased its standalone "Go" VR headset saying it would go on sale for $ 199 early in 2018. Now Variety cites unnamed sources claiming that it will debut at Facebook's F8 conference May 1st. That should provide the kind of stage Zuckerb…
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