Shacknews took a look at the latest high-end virtual reality experience at CES 2018.
Will the company’s VR headset get a high-res makeover?
Google is handing Apple its next clever marketing ploy on a silver platter by removing the headphone jack from the Pixel 2 after making fun of the iPhone for the same thing.
The deal brings the creators of the first Pixel closer to home, but will this impact other divisions?
Rumors are surfacing that a deal for the smartphone and VR HMD manufacturer could be in the works at Google.
Nothing is decided yet and the current ideas could be ignored entirely, but the option is on the table as the company's stock value continues to fall.
The problems that prevent VR from being accessible to wide audiences could soon be on their way out.
Select manufacturers will offer Daydream HMDs that do not need to tether to a phone or other device.
Shacknews CEO and Chief VR Evangelist, Asif Khan, takes a look at the virtual reality landscape one year after the Vive and Rift shipped.
Vive owners may want to mark down these dates on their calendars.
Vive Starts VR for Impact Program To Show Positive Impact of VR for UN Sustainable Development Goals
HTC looks to drive awareness and positive change through VR.
If you want HTC's approval for your Tracker-compatible accessory, you'll have to have it certified.
Shacknews caught up with JB from HTC to talk about the brand new Vive Tracker and all of the other HTC Vive announcements at CES 2017.
Taryn Southern, is hosting Vive Live today at CES 2017. The livestream will feature developer interviews, mixed reality demos, feature panels, and more.
HTC looks to find its niche with Viveport Arcade and business applications.
HTC’s new Viveport subscription will give HTC Vive users a ton of content.
Hosted by online personality Taryn Southern, the livestream will feature product giveaways, mixed reality demos, developer interviews, panels, and more.
HTC looks to use Vive Studios to be more involved in game making for the Vive.
Both initiatives help advance the company's goal of encouraging development in the burgeoning VR space.
HTC Vive owners will soon be able to enjoy a truly wireless VR experience thanks to a new adapter manufactured by TPCAST.