The first wave of reality-altering headgear is about to arrive. Microsoft invites developers to preorder the Hololens, but anyone can order the HTC Vive now for arrival April 5. Meanwhile, we look at a Sony patent for a glove to be used with virtual reality.
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The Sony Playstation TV was a good idea marred by bad execution, and as of 2015, the manufacturer tells CNET it’s no longer shipping units to the United States and Europe.
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Technically Incorrect: A new series of commercials depicts Macs as simply inferior when it comes to being productive.
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Can’t wait for the upcoming Star Trek flick? Maybe you should make plans for which planets you’ll visit during your gap year after graduating from Starfleet.
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For the inaugural 3:59 podcast, we talk about 5G hype, why smart baby toys freak us out and the promise of Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented reality headset.
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In a lengthy excoriation, Oliver shows how Trump’s campaign can’t be self-funded because he has "Donate" buttons on his website. And there’s so much more.
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Technically Incorrect: During the Oscars, Samsung runs an ad featuring celebrities like William H. Macy and NBA coach Doc Rivers — not exactly an array of the most well-known personalities.
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