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.
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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.
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.
Although Google announced the Daydream View VR headset a couple weeks ago, it was absent from the pre-order process. Now, those that are interested can head to the Google Store to purchase.
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 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.
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.
According to a new report, Google is working on a new virtual reality headset that won't require it to be tethered to a PC or have a phone inserted into it. It will feature inside-out tracking.
Google is adding new talent to its VR team. Logan Olson, creator of the SoundStage music tool, is joining the company. Google says it will build on Olson's ideas for new and existing products.
If you own a Daydream VR headset and were thinking of buying either the Galaxy S8 or S8+, you might want to wait a bit. The virtual reality is not yet officially supported on the two phones.
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.
Verizon's Moto Z handsets aren't the only ones getting the Android 7.0 update, as it will now roll out globally. The update will also bring Google's Daydream VR functionality to the handset.
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.