HTC is one of the biggest names in virtual reality, thanks mainly to their excellent HTC Vive headset. The HTC Vive has remained a favorite among enthusiasts for quite a while and even experienced steady price dropping since its release. As some may know, the Vive was produced in collaboration
When HTC Corp brought back founder Cher Wang two years ago to turn around the struggling Taiwanese mobile phone maker, investors hoped she could stem a sharp loss in market share to Apple and Samsung Electronics. But the gamble to rebuild the early smartphone pioneer’s reputation failed, as its market share
Today, pioneering tech brand HTC announced that they will halt trading of their shares tomorrow pending “the release of material information.” The company has been rumored to be negotiating a takeover with Google, and this announcement may be a sign that such a buyout is happening. HTC’s official response has simply been that
Brain-computer interfaces are a pretty incredible (if slightly unsettling) thing. The idea of a computer being able to measure your brainwaves and then act upon them feels distinctly sci-fi, but that is exactly what VR startup Neurable has accomplished. Displaying at ‘computer graphic and interactive technique’ conference Siggraph in Los Angeles,
But it's only available in China HTC has announced its first standalone Vive virtual reality headset, one that works without being tethered to a PC or smartphone. Dubbed the HTC Vive Standalone VR headset, it is a consumer product that is exclusive to China. It is separate from the Google Daydream headset
Virtual reality headsets provide a fully immersive entertainment experience, whether you're looking to watch 360-degree videos, play games or go places you've always wanted to vislt. After testing and reviewing over a dozen VR headsets, here's our recommendations. Mobile: Our top mobile VR headset is the Oculus-backed Samsung Gear VR ($129).