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Apple is making moves toward a play in virtual reality. If the tech giant strapped on a headset, here's what it would mean-especially for those who want to use VR for more than gaming.
Consumer and business technologies have been merging for some time now, but the trend is accelerating. Here are 10 developments worth keeping your eye on.
New data suggests we're spending more time with notifications and less time with apps. Here's what that means for the future of smartphones.
HTC Vive slips to April, and here's how it compares to release dates for Rift, Playstation VR, and Hololens
For all the hype surrounding year one of VR, kick-off might come mid 2016 as Oculus, HTC/Valve, and Sony stay vague on release dates that are slipping toward mid-year.
In 1986, Dr. Joanne Pransky dubbed herself "the world's first robot psychiatrist." TechRepublic talked to Pransky about how human-robot relationships have evolved, and will evolve in the future.
The virtual reality landscape is changing quickly. Keep up by following some key folks and organizations in the industry.
HotLink CEO Lynn LeBlanc offers advice on managing hybrid IT, transforming your data center, and getting started in tech entrepreneurship.
Athletic teams are turning to virtual reality to improve how they practice and prepare for games. TechRepublic talks to EON Sports about how it's helping teams do it.
Stephanie Santoso: White House maker advocate. Information Science PhD student. Gluten-free baking specialist.
OSTP's Stephanie Santoso talked with TechRepublic about how backing the maker movement can be a means of building and lifting up communities.
Stephen Wolfram spoke with TechRepublic about his work in science and technology, his new book, and how technology is automating the world.