Monthly Archives: February 2017
Curious to get a look into what the LG G6 is all about? Well, now you can, thanks to an unboxing video posted online by our favorite magenta carrier, T-Mobile. The LG G6 has a lot going for it. It’s got a 5.7-inch screen with little-to-no bezels — it’s an almost edge-to-edge design. It’s waterproof, […]
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Since its launch in November of last year, Google Home has only been sold officially in the US. Sure, you can buy it there and bring it overseas or probably grab it from some black market reseller in other countries, but “officially,” the device is only available in the US. That should change soon.
Rick Osterloh, SVP of Hardware at Google, revealed in an interview to the BBC at Mobile World Congress that Google Home will be launching in the UK before the end of June.
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This isn’t Sky’s first foray into virtual reality. Previously, the British company had released Sky VR aimed at Cardboard headsets and now it’s back with SkyVR for Google’s newer and more capable Daydream platform. Was that confusing? Look for the space: Sky VR, space, versus SkyVR, no space. It’s an important distinction.
Jokes about the name’s reiteration, potential confusion, and lack of inventiveness aside, SkyVR is perfect for those who want to immerse themselves in certain experiences like driving an F1 car with Damon Hill or walking the red carpet with the Star Wars cast.
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