It’s the dawn of AR and VR era: From $38 billion market in 2022 to $455 billion market in 2030 [REPORT]
The global AR and VR market in 2022 is expected to reach US$37.5 billion, but the upcoming years will accelerate the growth by multiple folds as companies are betting big on the next wave of technological revolution. Augmented and virtual...
Metaverse: Overhyped Or Underrated?
It's the dawn of Metaverse! Microsoft on Tuesday cited the so-called "metaverse" as one of the primary motivations behind the acquisition of Activision Blizzard, a game developer, for $68.7 billion. The Redmond giant tagged the deal as a building block of Metaverse....
Facebook Wants To Redefine Online Meetings With Workrooms, And It’s Mind-Boggling
Technology knows no bounds, and neither do its users. Perhaps, that's why Facebook has introduced Horizon Workrooms for those who don't think Zoom meetings are a good enough substitute for the real thing. Facebook has launched a virtual reality app that...
Can Oculus Go Headset Help Facebook Achieve Its Target of 1 Billion VR Users?
Today at the Oculus Connect 4th annual developer conference in San Jose, California, Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) unveiled their new standalone Virtual Reality headset called the Oculus Go. The Oculus Go will be Oculus and Facebook's first ever VR headset that...
Can Google VR Help The LG V30 Compete With The Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone X?
Reports have emerged that LG's upcoming flagship, the LG V30 may come bundled with an, as yet unannounced, Google Daydream VR headset. The new Daydream headset is likely the second-generation refresh of the original Google Daydream View, which launched...
HTC Vive Focus: Can HTC Get It Right The Second Time With The Google Backed VR Headset?
An interesting news has emerged about the Google Daydream Virtual Reality platform which could have a significant impact on the future of the VR and VR headset industry. According to the reports, HTC may come out with their first...
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Despite mass tech layoffs and funding winter, 80% of early-stage Indian startups would continue to hire in 2023
Indian startups are hiring despite the flurry of tech layoffs and market uncertainty that has forced most tech giants...
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