Google: Our new VR180 format, cameras will make shooting VR video easier

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Google: Our new VR180 format, cameras will make shooting VR video easier

Lenovo points to its standalone Daydream headset and camera on a page for its Google VR partnership. Image: Lenovo. Google has launched the VR180 video format to standardize VR content creation for sharing on YouTube.

As Uber Flails, Its Self-Driving Tech Rolls On

A fleet of Uber’s Ford Fusion self driving cars are shown at Uber’s Advanced Technology Group Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Tesla said to be in talks to create its own streaming music service

Tesla might be a music service operator soon, in addition to a maker of electric cars and solar energy products. That’s according to a new report from Recode, which says that Tesla has been talking to music labels to make this happen.

Facebook changes mission statement to ‘bring the world closer together’

“Making the world more open and connected” had one fundamental flaw: it didn’t push for any specific positive outcome from more connection.

I Do Not Understand How The Math Adds Up For Pokémon GO’s Gym Raids

Right now, millions of Pokémon GO players are sitting around waiting for new gyms and raids to go live in the game. The update is out, but Niantic has yet to flip the server-side switch for activation.

Google Leak Delivers Pixel 2 Nasty Surprise

The Pixel and Pixel XL are brilliant smartphones with one clear flaw: their huge, ugly top and bottom bezels. Recent leaks suggested a new manufacturing partnership would see the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2 fix this, but there’s some bad news… Japanese

Michel Ancel Shows Off Beyond Good and Evil 2 Work-in-Progress

Only Single Player
Game Director Michel Ancel has provided a first look at the scale and technology powering Beyond Good and Evil 2. As reported shortly following the project’s official unveiling at E3 2017, Beyond Good and Evil 2 will incorporate a physically-accurate

iPhone 8 Fingerprint Scanner Still Causing Headache: Analyst

Apple seems determined to integrate the Touch ID fingerprint sensor into the 10th anniversary iPhone’s display no matter how many challenges it faces.

OnePlus 5 Review: I Didn’t Think Smartphones Needed 8GB of RAM Until Now

Let’s just get this out of the way: The OnePlus 5 is an excellent phone that ticks every box except for cutting-edge looks. The top tier variant, with 8GB of RAM, along with the super light/clean OxygenOS makes it the smoothest and fastest Android in

You’ll never play ‘Super Mario’ like this

You have a lot of Super Mario games to choose from, but you’ll probably never be able to play one of the most fun versions out there.

Bungie Says That Guns Won’t Have Any Recoil In ‘Destiny 2’ On PC

I have read a whole lot of interviews with Bungie staff over the last few weeks since the debut of Destiny 2 and its presence at E3, but this is one of the more interesting tidbits of information I’ve seen to date regarding the PC version of the game

‘Metroid 4’ And ‘Pokémon’ Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch Earlier Than We Expected

Nintendo has gotten two things very, very right when it comes to the Nintendo Switch. First, the Switch is an impressive hybrid handheld and home console that’s easy on the eyes and responsive to play.

Apple Watch’s Toy Story Face Goes Live in watchOS 4 Beta 2 With Numerous Characters and Animations

Mac Rumors
During Apple’s WWDC keynote this year the company debuted new features coming in watchOS 4, some of which include fresh watch faces for Apple Watch.

Blizzard Says It’s ‘Drastically’ Reducing Overwatch Loot Box Dupes

In a new video, Jeff “JKap” Kaplan revealed his sweet new D.Va jersey—flaunted it, really—and also talked about some stuff.

No one is building the smart speaker we actually want

The Verge
Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. The perfect smart speaker for the home is easy to describe, and completely elusive.

Android O May Be Called ‘Oatmeal Cookie’, Internal Code Reveals

Android O was unveiled in March this year, and Google highlighted many of its features at I/O in May later on. The new Android version is in its third developer preview, and the naming of ‘O’ is still a mystery.

WannaCry Ransomware Hits Honda Plant, Traffic Cams

WannaCry ransomware, which hit systems across Asia and Europe last month, resurfaced this week to infect more devices, including the network at a Honda factory in Japan and traffic cameras in Australia.

Sea of Thieves should go into Early Access on PC and Xbox One right now

If you’ve paid close attention to the language coming out of major gaming publishers recently, you’ve probably heard buzzwords like “games-as-a-service” (GaaS) or simply “services.

Virgin Media tells 800000 customers to change passwords after routers found vulnerable to hackers

Virgin Media has told customers to change default passwords. Image: Getty. Virgin Media has warned 800,000 customers using its Super Hub 2 router to change their passwords because a security vulnerability could expose their passwords to hackers, …

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