With its flimsy cardboard viewers, no one could ever mistake Google Cardboard's virtual reality experience for the high-octane Oculus Rift or the soon-to-be-released Sony Playstation VR headset
Seemingly unfazed by harsh accusations that it's throttling video users, T-Mobile has announced new Binge On deals that more than double the video channels available since the service launched.
Social media giant Facebook has shocked the developer world with news that it will be shutting down its Parse development platform less than three years after it bought the firm for a reported $85 million.
In the near future, today's smartphone could look pretty dumb. At least if Google and its new partner, Movidius, a maker of processors for "low-power machine vision," have anything to say about it.
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