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HTC unveils Vive Flow, a portable VR headset that uses your phone as a controller

After weeks of leaks and teases, HTC's highly anticipated Vive Flow VR headset is finally here. The Vive Flow is a departure from the previous HTC VR headsets. Unlike the earlier models, which needed to be tethered to a PC, the Vive Flow is a standalone device that uses your Android phone as a controller. HTC...

HTC’s Upcoming Vive Flow Headset looks like a pair of portable VR Glasses

HTC's mobile division may have gone silent, but the company has been doing a good job with its VR hardware. The HTC Vive is one of the more popular VR headsets competing against products from rivals like Oculus. Earlier this year, we got a glimpse of the HTC Vive Air, a concept VR headset focused...

HTC’s Vive Air concept gives us a glimpse at what could be the future of VR fitness

Although HTC isn't a major player in the Android smartphone space any longer, the company still holds a respectable position in the virtual reality segment. The company's Vive lineup of VR headsets is easily among the best VR headsets available in the market today, and it's one of the top picks for PC users. The...

HTC U11 Delivers Strong Sales, Outsells HTC One M10 and One M9

In a perhaps-surprising revelation, HTC has announced that its latest flagship, the squeezable HTC U11, has delivered strong sales since its launch in late May this year. The device has reportedly outsold its preceding flagships, the HTC One M10 and M9, according to Mr. Chang Chia-lin, President of HTC's smartphone and connected device division. According to...

[INTERVIEW] AMD’s Daryl Sartain: Virtual Reality Just Getting Started

(Article has been updated with a link to an interview that relates to comments made during this interview.) In late April AMD Director of VR and chairman of the Virutal Reality Advisory Council Daryl Sartain came to Chicago for a speaking engagement. I was able to speak with him shortly after his arrival about Virtual Reality,...

HTC CEO Cher Wang Remains Stalwart In The Face Of Media Criticism

Recently Reuters published an article in which they predicted the demise of HTC in 2016, stating that loss-making brands such as HTC may have no choice but to call it game over as their $1.3 billion dwindles, also pointing out that analysts expect HTC’s market share for next year to stay at around 1%. She was adamant...

Meet IonVR: Sick VR That Eliminates VR Sickness

The Big Android Barbecue 2015 has come and gone, and as attendees know, going to such an Android gathering rewards Android fans with new experiences. This year, the best of the show was all about Virtual Reality. And as is the case with every emerging technology at any event, the people involved in pushing Virtual Reality...