In another blow to smartphone-powered virtual reality, Google has stopped selling its Daydream View headset on the Google Store. The news comes as Samsung's latest handsets don't support Gear VR.
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The Google Store is offering big discounts on a range of its products in several countries. The Google Home Mini has been reduced to one of its lowest prices ever making it even more enticing.
The Google Daydream View has now received a heavy discount, pricing it at just $29.98. The VR headset does require a compatible device to power it, but overall, this is a pretty sweet deal.
In an attempt to capture some of your hard earned dollars, the Google Store has started a new sale, offering discounts on its Pixel 2 XL, Chromecast, Home speakers, and more for a limited time.
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.
Prototyping is an art form the public doesn't get to see too often. Google has opened up a bit on the process, with designer Ivy Ross offering her thoughts and design choices for various products.
We've known about Lenovo's Mirage headset for AR, but new documents have been uncovered showing a new standalone VR unit, running on Google's Daydream platform, that requires no smartphone or PC.
The new VR headset isn't really all that new but focuses on comfort and some new colors. The unit will also boast more than 250 apps, almost 10 times what was offered when it launched last year.
Google's product event this year will be on Wednesday, October 4, and you can watch the breaking news via the live stream here on Neowin. New smartphones and a new laptop are expected to be revealed.
Hot on the heels of Apple and Amazon, Google will likely unveil several new products at an event in San Francisco, highlighted by the Pixel 2. But that probably won't be the only thing up its sleeve.
Although electronics maker LG has been rather mum about its new V30, both AT&T and T-Mobile have released pricing and availability details, the final things we wanted to know about the new smartphone.
With the reveal of the Daydream View, Google's October 4 event will leave few surprises, since the Pixel 2 phones, pricing and specs were also revealed earlier today, just like the Daydream View.
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.
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.
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.
Google's new Daydream View headset for high quality mobile VR experiences and a more powerful streaming device, the Chromecast Ultra, are now available to pre-order from the Google Store.
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.
Following in the footsteps of Samsung, Google has announced its own smartphone-powered VR headset, called the Daydream View. Available in November, it will be priced at $79.