HTC has a new standalone VR headset that’s still not for you

HTC has been a busy bee today, announcing not only new touch controllers for the upcoming HTC Vive Cosmos, but also a new standalone headset. Meet HTC’s newly announced headset is the Focus Plus and its main focus *rimshot* is it now comes with dual six-degrees of freedom (6DoF) controllers …

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5G could solve major 4G congestion

Ahead of 5G‘s global rollout, mobile analytic company Opensignal has published a new report analyzing 4G speeds worldwide to better understand how 5G will solve the congestion problems of today’s 4G networks. The firm’s analysis of 77 countries has revealed the enormous extent to which 4G speeds drop during peak …

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Why the Nintendo Switch VR support rumor is a genius idea

The Nintendo Switch is the most versatile home console ever created. To call it a home console even is to do it an injustice, as its battery-powered handheld mode allows it to act as a supercharged portable games machine too. But its detachable controllers and central tablet-like core processing-and-display unit …

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Google launches hybrid cloud beta

Adopting a hybrid cloud traditionally means committing to a cloud vendor and purchasing new hardware but Google has taken a different approach with its Cloud Services Platform (CSP) by offering customers a software-based, hybrid offering. The new platform, which was announced at Google cloud Next last year, brings Google Cloud …

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Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music finally gets Spotify support

If you’re a Spotify Premium subscriber, you can now download and listen to playlists on the Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music. Since the reworked Garmin Vivoactive 3 was announced in the middle of 2018, users have been limited to your own MP3 files or a Deezer subscription to listen to music …

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The best free Android apps of 2019

It has been over ten years since Android was first outed by Google, and back then it was hard to imagine the sheer number of apps we’d have today. There are apps for everything, and many of them are completely free, meaning you’re just a few downloads away from supercharging …

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