Tag: HTC

Vive: The State of VR For Business

I recently had the opportunity to spend time with the Vive team in Seattle. While Vive remains a part of HTC, it has distanced itself from the somewhat beleaguered phone maker and is carving out its own niche in gaming and corporate training. Like Samsung and other early entrants to the “resurgent” VR market,  HTC.

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2018 CES VR: Still Waiting for the Cool

2018 CES VR: Still Waiting for the Cool Once you are inside VR you forget how ridiculous you look to people in the real world. 2018 CES VR didn’t make this any better, in some ways, it made it worse. Contact CI’s haptic glove prototype looked like something right from a Star Trek Borg assembly.

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Why Google Needs to Make its Own Phones, Tablets and Chromebooks

Why Google Needs to Make its Own Phones, Tablets and Chromebooks Apple controls its destiny, and increasingly, Microsoft is choosing to control its Windows legacy by making hardware, despite the consternation of partners. With Marshmallow, despite the silliness of the name, Google has shipped an operating system that is highly competitive with Apple’s iOS, and.

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