This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) held by Apple showcased many thrilling announcements…
Telefónica and Atlético de Madrid, a team from Spain’s La Liga, have successfully introduced an exciting new way to enjoy matches using 5G technology and virtual reality (VR).
The new HTC U23 Pro 5G will be introduced on May 18th.
After years of hype, 5G appeared to be absent from this year’s CES. But it is still very much alive.
With its new motion capture devices – collectively known as Mocopi – Sony is officially attempting to enter the metaverse. Create and control your own anime avatar using the latest motion capture technology!
Meta CEO promises upgrades to the concept of the VR game Horizon Worlds, which at first glance, instead of a wave of excitement, caused a series of harsh criticism and witty memes.
No need to beat around the bush, Facebook-turned-Metaverse, into which Meta has been investing tens of billions of dollars is fantastic…-ally bad.
Who needs a view when you have virtual reality? That seems to be Apple’s logic as it gears up to release its first automobile.
Although 5G has yet to make its mark in most parts of the world, the industry is already working on the next-generation version, called ‘5G Advanced’, with more capabilities. Here’s what we know so far.
The coronavirus closed stores around the world in 2020 but opened the door to online shopping, which has been globally accepted.