Virtual Reality Heats Up: Why Oculus Rift and Samsung Gear VR’s Days on Top Are Numbered

Virtual reality (VR) has created a lot of excitement in leading tech companies like Facebook, Google, and Samsung, as well as early-stage startups and users like Fox Broadcasting and the NY Times. However, while VR has a lot to promise, it remains unclear how people can actually use VR and whether t...

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