Sony's PlayStation VR Giving Hope to a Temperamental Market
February 27, 2017 at 2:58 pm

Historically, the editors at Dealerscope have been kind of hard on VR. And truthfully, we've been burned by it. But we see the good as well, and we are staying optimistic. We have also followed the general narrative produced by consumers as well. When the 2012 Kickstarter kicked off the first announcement of the Oculus Rift, people…

Google's Halted Project Ara May Be Headed To Facebook Labs
November 7, 2016 at 12:02 pm

About three years ago, Google presented an ambitious idea for a modular cell phone. The concept enabled swappable Lego-like parts to add extra batteries, speakers, or a camera (among many other options) on the fly. Dubbed Project Ara, the $100 device was set to disrupt the idea that the only available cell phone options on…

We Need to Stop Having Such Lofty Expectations for Tech Companies
October 17, 2016 at 4:25 pm

The speed at which technology has advanced over the past few decades is simply incredible. In this, the 50th year of the Consumer Electronics Show, looking back on what technology was being released in 1967 compared to the tech toys that we’re seeing drop on a regular basis—folks from yesteryear would look at 2016 like…

Why Robots Aren’t Job-Robbers
June 28, 2016 at 2:35 pm

The panel “AI, Robotics and Drones – The Real Story on the Future of Jobs,” took on the whole roster of prejudices against robots and t