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After Trying The New Wireless Vive Pro There's No Going Back

When the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive came out in 2016, we entered a new era of virtual reality. No longer would people think of half-assed fever dreams like Lawnmower Man, or ambitious but profound failures like Nintendo's Virtual Boy anytime VR gets mentioned. Show More Summary

Oculus Go: Everything you need to know!

We now have a third headset on the way from Oculus. At Oculus Connect 4, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Oculus is working a new headset that sits in a "sweet spot" somewhere between Gear VR and Rift. Officially called Oculus Go, this headset requires no phone and no cables running to the PC. Show More Summary

Facebook's Oculus Go will be made by this Chinese company

In October, Facebook announced the Oculus Go, a standalone VR headset that doesn't require a smartphone. Today, it announced the manufacturer. SEE ALSO: Elon Musk accidentally tweets phone number while trying to reach Oculus executive Oculus...Show More Summary

Lenovo Mirage Solo vs Oculus Go

Google and Oculus are competing like never before. As cool as it is to be able to put your phone in a simple headset and be transported to another world, sometimes you need your phone to be a phone. It's inconvenient to get to the end...Show More Summary

CES 2018: Facebook Teams With Xiaomi To Expand Oculus Brand To China

The Oculus Go, which was announced at Oculus Connect last year, is the foundation of an ambitious goal to reach 1 billion VR users and part of that goal is the expansion of accessible VR to more territories. At CES 2018, Facebook announced...Show More Summary

Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi will help build Facebook's first standalone virtual reality headset (FB)

Facebook is partnering with Chinese electronics giant Xiaomi, whose hardware team will build the former company's first standalone virtual reality (VR) headset, the Oculus Go (we first saw the news via CNBC). One of the people responsible...Show More Summary

Oculus Go to Be Powered by Snapdragon 821, Built by Xiaomi

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 will power Facebook's Oculus Go VR headset. Also announced was a low-power chipset that extends ear-bud talk time.

Oculus, Xiaomi, and Qualcomm partner on first standalone VR headsets

This year is the year of standalone VR, meaning headsets with no wires and all the computing power built in. And now we know more about how this new era is going to unfold. Last October, Facebook-owned Oculus announced the Go, a standalone...Show More Summary

Oculus Continues Drive For Standalone VR, Partners With Xiaomi, Qualcomm

Oculus announced that it formed a strategic partnership Xiaomi and Qualcomm to bring affordable standalone VR to the worldwide market. Xiaomi singed on to build the Snapdragon-powered Oculus Go headset, and it will make a Xiaomi-branded clone for China.

Oculus' first standalone VR headset is manufactured by Xiaomi

Xiaomi is manufacturing the Oculus Go and a second standalone VR headset exclusively for China. Hugo Barra, who now leads the VR efforts at Facebook, has announced at Qualcomm's CES press conference that Oculus' first standalone VR headset will be built by Xiaomi. Show More Summary

Oculus partners with Xiaomi to launch the Oculus Go and Mi VR Standalone

Facebook VP of VR Hugo Barra made a surprise announcement during Qualcomm’s press conference at CES. Barra previously led Xiaomi’s international efforts. So it wasn’t that surprising to see him announce a new partnership between Xiaomi, Qualcomm and Facebook. Read More

Qualcomm’s chips will power 20 more VR headsets this year, including Facebook’s Oculus Go

Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon said that his company’s Snapdragon chips are already in 20 mixed reality or virtual reality headsets, and 20 more are in development based on Snapdragon. That includes the upcoming Oculus Go standalone VR headset coming from Facebook’s Oculus division in 2018. Hugo Barra, vice president at Oculus, joined Qualcomm’s press event […]

Oculus Go’s FCC listing suggests 32GB/64GB models

Oculus promised that its new standalone headset, Oculus Go, would be here in early 2018 and, well, it’s early 2018. While we don’t have official details on the headset’s launch just yet, an FCC listing for it does hint at something interesting. The listing, first spotted by German site Mobielkopen, lists two models for Oculus Go, which are […]

Oculus Drops Rift Bundle Price To $379 For A Limited Time

Coupled with the reveal of the Oculus Go, the Rift bundle with Oculus Touch saw a significant price drop down to $399. That's already a great price point for some truly immersive gaming but, for a limited time, there are a few more bucks to be saved. Show More Summary

How to enroll in the Oculus Rift Public Test Channel

Test changes to the Oculus Rift platform before they're officially released! Before any changes to the Oculus Rift platform go live for everyone and become the new norm, they are pushed through a Public Test Channel. This program allows...Show More Summary

HTC's Vive Tracker adds much-needed tactile control to VR

Virtual reality has made a lot of progress lately toward looking and sounding better, but we're still in the early stages of making it feel better on a tactile level. Standalone headsets like the upcoming Oculus Go and the just-announced...Show More Summary

HTC's mobile standalone VR headset starts to come into Focus

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Having teased the arrival of a standalone virtual reality headset earlier this year, HTC has now officially announced the Vive Focus, an all-in-one mobile device much like the Oculus Go from Facebook, and free from any connections to...Show More Summary

Super Lucky's Tale review

On the surface, Lucky the fox is a perfect example of why you should never, ever name your kid "Lucky". His debut adventure was tied to the Oculus Rift, which meant that its impact was always going to be pretty limited. Even then, in...Show More Summary

HTC Will Formally Introduce New Standalone VR Headset This Month

Facebook introduced their standalone VR flagship HMD when announcing the Oculus Go early last month. Now, reports say that HTC will be formally introducing their own standalone VR headset at the company's Vive Developer Conference in...Show More Summary

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