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As Oculus Rift co-founder Brendan Iribe exists his post at Facebook, the emerging tech begins to feel the pressure of an anemic market.
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In what might be one of the worst kept industry secrets, the Google keynote in New York was more of a confirmation than a surprise.
Facebook Portal is an otherwise sophisticated way of video chatting from a company that has recently earned a notorious title for mass data breaches.
Sears has launched a new retail experience but we are still wondering if it is enough to save the struggling company. Week in Review is sponsored by New Age Electronics.
In an effort to educate the general consumer, streamline the process, and create a more powerful standard, the Wi-Fi Alliance is ready to unveil Wi-Fi 6.
Following a swarm of recent hardware announcements in New York, Microsoft has revealed that it will fully integrate Android into its Windows operating system.
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Verizon 5G is launching in a few select cities across America, and although there is no clear development for mobile support it is still a big step forward.
The Oculus Quest is proving to be a serviceable stopgap for the many pain points afflicting virtual reality, but there is still a long road ahead for the emerging tech's future.
Google has begun rolling out their updated Wear OS software for smartwatches, giving a sneak peek to the widespread complacency afflicting the market.
Amazon has created a new Alexa-powered microwave for AmazonBasics, grooming the house brand to be one of the most potent in the market.
Qualcomm claims they have evidence of Apple stealing "vast swaths" of trade secrets and confidential information, handing it off to Intel so that they can make their chipsets better.