More than 10 million daydreamers in 2017
Google is confident that more than 10 million smartphones will support its Daydream platform 2017 – well, someone needs to believe in it.
Not a good sign
Facebook virtual reality content production unit, Oculus' Story Studio, is shutting.
Acquires Nitero millimeter wave company
You might seen we've writing about millimeter waves several times. and we usually attributed this term to 5G. AMD has just acquired Nitero, a millimeter wave company that wants to use this technology to cut the cord on your VR and AR headset.
But it GearVRs just fine
Google made a lot of noise about its Daydream platform and a few of our colleagues have reported that you cannot install a Daydream app on a Galaxy S8 phone.
Let's put adverts into it
HTC has worked out a way of totally stuffing up its VR product and consigning it to the dustbin of history.
Windows 10 build 15063 goes RTM
Although Microsoft is set to officially release its Windows 10 Creators Update to the general public on April 11th, the company has already made the ISO files available for download on its official site on Thursda, just before the end of the Q1 business cycle and the last day of March.
E3-1200 v6 product family
Chipzilla has announced the availability of the Intel Xeon processor E3-1200 v6 product family, which includes eight new versions that Intel claims provide key improvements in processor speed, enhanced memory capabilities, hardware-enhanced security and reliability features with support for the latest Intel graphics.
IDC expects a 10-fold increase
Beancounters at IDC have added up some numbers and divided them by their shoe size and reached the conclusion that global shipments of augmented and virtual reality headset devices are expected to reach 99.4 million units in 2021.
On a technicality
Total Recall Technologies (TRT) has had its lawsuit against Oculus VR and its founder Palmer Luckey tossed out of court on a filing technicality.
First developer kits arriving later this month
Last week Microsoft decided to make a brand name change to the Windows Holographic platform that will ship with an upcoming version of Windows and enable a variety of apps and programs to run on new head-mounted display units arriving this spring.