Apple went small on Monday—cutting prices as well as screen size—as it unveiled a new iPhone and iPad aimed at first-time buyers and customers in emerging markets.
New iPhone and iPad models likely to be unveiled Monday are aimed at helping Apple keep momentum in the fast-evolving mobile device market.
No more fiddling with remote-controller buttons or a mouse. Just look. San Francisco-based startup Fove has developed eye-tracking for virtual reality—that kernel of technology many feel is key for the illusion of becoming ...
Sony plans to make virtual reality—long the stuff of films cast off into a distant future—mainstream with the October release of PlayStation VR headgear priced at $399.
Hollywood studios, news outlets and consumer brands are all dabbling with virtual reality. Many everyday folks will soon join them using 360-degree cameras coming soon from Samsung and LG.
At the entrance of Dolby headquarters in San Francisco, a ribbon of television screens plays synchronized videos that change in time to sound effects.
Apple and Samsung phones, which have been looking more and more alike over the past few years, are much closer to virtual twins with Samsung's latest Galaxy S7.
While tens of thousands flock to the Mobile World Congress to check out the latest smartphones, the show also offers glimpses of some of the coolest off-beat—and downright strange—innovations.
To revive interest in smartphones, Samsung and LG are improving their cameras and embracing the nascent world of virtual reality.
The battle to be at the center of your digital life has taken on a new dimension amid a proliferation of connected devices.