VR

Qualcomm tries to muscle in on VR euphoria

Qualcomm has tried to forget legal woes for the moment with the launch of a Snapdragon 835 VR Development Kit, which targets the next breakthrough in the VR world.

Nokia determined to stay on top of edge computing

Edge computing used to be the big thing but seems to have become lost in the sea of buzzwords. Not over at Nokia however, as the team claims to have tested applications based on Multi-access Edge Computing.

Nokia uses the force to promote its VR offering

Nokia has announced a multi-year virtual reality technology agreement with The Walt Disney Studios, built around the release of ‘Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ later this year.

Now you can watch the news in VR

CNN has released a new virtual reality platform to deliver the news from around the world through live streams, while also producing weekly virtual reality experiences.

Apple CEO cooks up AR with cryptic hints

Doom and gloom may surround the smartphone market, but something as small as market trends isn’t going to stop Apple as it turns its attention towards augmented reality.

Oracle predicts the end of human interaction

The way brands build their relationships with customers are set to undergo a significant change over the next couple of years thanks to the normalization of technologies such as VR and AI.

Microsoft’s VR vision brought into focus by Oculus

There’s an absolute bucket load of excitement around VR this time around, and literally everyone is terrified of missing the boat. To remedy that, Microsoft has tied up with Oculus to deliver VR streaming of Xbox games via Windows 10, just in time for Christmas.

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