Hands-on review: HTC Vive Wireless Adapter and Vive Pro 2 VR headset
Techday's Darren Price ditches the cable with the HTC Vive Pro 2 virtual reality headset and the Vive Wireless Adapter.
Hands-on review: HTC Vive Flow headset
HTC Australia sent over their Vive Flow headset for me to try out. It's a lighter and more stylish alternative to regular VR headsets.
The HTC VR legacy - the past, present, and future of Vive
HTC has announced new additions to its Vive VR family at VIVECON 2021, including the all-in-one Vive Focus 3 and the premium Vive Pro 2.
HTC’s Vive Sync VR meeting app enters open beta
HTC unveils Vive Sync, a VR meeting app beta for remote team collaborations.
Hands-on review: HTC Vive Cosmos Elite External Tracking Faceplate
TechDay’s resident virtual reality fanatic, Darren Price, checks out the upcoming Vive Cosmos External Tracking Faceplate.
HTC reveals its plans for the Vive Cosmos VR range
The Cosmos XR promises to be a major advancement in augmented reality allowing designers to view their concepts in a real-world environment.
HTC releases first 5G hub for the next-gen of mobile
Available by the end of June in Australia, it is a sign of things to come for the inevitable growth of 5G across the globe.
HTC signs with 5G partners across the globe
HTC gears up for 5G future, securing global carriers for its new 5G mobile hub due in 2019.
IDC - Sharp dip in VR headset shipment numbers won’t last
Despite global shipment numbers dropping by more than a third, the market outlook is still positive an IDC Tracker report shows.
Google closes $1.1b HTC deal, makes room for new HTC teammates
Google finalises $1.1bn HTC deal, deepening hardware push.
Google and HTC announce US$1.1 billion partnership
Google has agreed to acquire certain employees from HTC for its Pixel smartphone development, in a deal worth $1.1bn.
AR/VR headset market leaps 25.5 percent in 12 months
IDC has released its latest findings of the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) headsets market with good news for vendors and resellers.
Virtual reality for the masses, almost: HTC Vive becomes slightly more affordable
HTC Vive slashes price by $300, edging closer to wider adoption with a more palatable $999 tag for immersive VR technology.
Has VR gone too far? The mind-boggling virtual reality pinball machine is here
Rusty Oak reinvents pinball in VR with Hurl VR, a tactical puzzler that's hitting Steam, challenging players' wit and reflexes.
Weta, Microsoft and HTC team-up at the Wellington centre for mixed reality
Wellington’s virtual and mixed reality centre, Projectr, has officially opened and it has some major partners...
Magnify VR expo brings a taste of the future to Auckland
A full day of virtual and augmented reality demonstrations and experiences are on offer, including a specially made short movie that incorporate VR.
HTC Desire 650 entry level smartphone announced
HTC launches the affordable yet groundbreaking Desire 650, offering personalisation and a smooth Android experience.
HTC & Shenzhen Municipal Government to develop China's VR industry
Shenzhen Municipal Government will be working with tech giant HTC to start developing the VR industry in China.
Slowing smartphone market affecting all players
Global smartphone market slowdown affects Apple, with slowest Q4 market growth since 2008, according to Juniper Research.
Top 10 brands coming out of Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress dominated social media this week, with HTC, Samsung and Huawei receiving the most mentions.
HTC releases RE camera in New Zealand
HTC’s new RE camera is now available in New Zealand. The camera is compatible with Android and iOS devices, compact and waterproof up to one metre.
Newly unveiled HTC ONE (M8) coming soon to Telecom customers...
Telecom NZ to launch HTC One M8 in mid-April, offering free Spotify Premium to selected plan customers.
Microsoft ramps up Windows Phone commitment with new partners
Microsoft has announced new partners and relaxed requirements for Windows Phone, according to industry analyst firm Ovum.
'Little evidence' that smartphone use causes cancer
Little evidence that moderate mobile phone use is associated with any cancer in head and neck region, states new report.