Google announced today that its Daydream VR platform is no longer supported. The VR software's mobile app will also stop functioning properly for many smartphones that run Android 11.
Google's updated Daydream View VR headset was released last year and features some improvements over its first. The device has now received a hefty discount, knocking 50% off its debut price.
Lenovo's Mirage Camera with Daydream can now be pre-ordered from Amazon for $299.99, as the company promised during CES 2018. The virtual reality camera is expected to be released on May 4.
If you prefer watching your favorite TV shows in a sterile virtual environment that comes with a mute button, you're in luck, as Plex officially announced a virtual reality version of its media app.
At CES 2018 today in Las Vegas, Lenovo announced the Mirage Solo with Daydream, a standalone virtual reality headset. The company also introduced the Mirage Camera, for capturing 360-degree content.
Rez is a considered a classic by some and its remakes have also proved to be popular. Rez Infinite is the latest iteration and has finally landed on the Google Play Store for Android handsets.
The LG V30 will be the firm's first handset to be compatible with Google's Daydream platform. LG also announced a partnership with Google to bring Daydream to Japan and Korea in the coming months.
Amazon has started selling the ZenFone AR from $599. It's available in two variants but you'll have to wait a few weeks for the more expensive version to arrive at your doorstep, unfortunately.
Google's Daydream initiative has seen a slow start amongst its rivals, but a recent update could push it to the mainstream after the company revealed that it will update the flagship from Samsung.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has revealed that by the end of this year, there will be 11 Android phones available that support its Daydream virtual reality platform - most likely including its new Pixels.
YouTube's CEO took to the company's blog to announce that the video platform has racked up 1.5 billion monthly logged in users along with improvements to its mobile apps and new YouTube Red shows.
With one Tango smartphone under his company's belt, Asus CEO Jerry Shen announced that the Tango-powered ZenFone AR will reach the US in July and will be cheaper than Samsung's Galaxy S8+.
Google today announced that HTC, Lenovo, and Qualcomm are working on new standalone VR headsets that don't require phones, cables, or PCs to use. They'll be available later this year.
Following last week's Microsoft Build 2017 event, Google is kicking off its I/O developer conference today, where it's expected to reveal more on Android O, Chrome OS, its digital Assistant, and more.
Google has updated its Daydream VR app with new features and improvements. The most interesting thing is that the update will allow users to check the controller's battery life by just looking at it.
If you have access to Google Daydream and enjoy the NBA, you'll want to download the NBA VR app. The app will offer exclusive episodic content in the form of interviews with NBA legends.
From Qualcomm's quagmire and Nokia's next chapter, to BT BS, Creators insights, 2G takedown, Valerie goes to China, and a 'bad day' at T-Mobile, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Google introduced the Daydream View last year, priced at $79 - but the company has now slashed its price by over a third, in a special offer that's scheduled to continue for more than a month.
After being originally leaked by Qualcomm a few days ago, now Asus' ZenFone AR headset is finally official. The flagship device supports both virtual and augmented reality with Tango and Daydream.
Qualcomm published a press release today revealing the ASUS ZenFone AR, which promises to be the first phone to support both Tango and Daydream. The company has since removed the article.
Google has announced that its new, affordable Daydream View headset will launch on November 1 in five key markets. Here's where you'll be able to buy it, and how much it will cost.
From Yahoo hoo-ha and Toyota's auto-bot, to Windows phone woes, Oculus magic, Paint reimagined, Edge updates, R.I.P. Nexus, and bye-bye Band, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google has updated its Daydream View blog page with 30 titles that will presumably be available once the $79 headset starts shipping out to customers in November.
Google is expected to unveil two new handsets tomorrow at its October 4th event. But, the company could also unveil its first Daydream VR headset that could be priced at $79.
October 4 looks set to be a pretty big day for Google, as it's reportedly planning to unveil a 4K Chromecast, its own virtual reality headset, and two new Android phones - the Pixel and Pixel XL.
With the launch of Android 7.0 Nougat out of the way, Google is now getting ready to launch its Daydream virtual reality platform. The company is partnering with HBO, Hulu and YouTube for content.
Having racked up its billionth download last year, the popular game for fans of fruit-slicing mayhem will soon be making its way to virtual reality, starting this month with the HTC Vive.
ZTE introduced its latest handset, the Axon 7, that will offer a QHD AMOLED display and 6GB RAM. The Axon 7 will also offer the latest from Qualcomm and will be priced under $500 USD.
From OnePlus 3 and Xbox 95, to Microsoft's Health, Amazon's big failures, Nokia's smartphone resurgence, and Google's (not so) fine in Europe, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google announced the new Android-based Daydream virtual reality ecosystem at its I/O developer conference this week, and has since confirmed that it's building its own VR headset and controller.
Google announced its three pronged approach to VR by way of 'Daydream'. The program will offer a platform, headset and controller and will tie in manufacturers to produce Daydream-ready devices.