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March 17, 2016 by

Reality Check: Virtual reality isn't a real market. Yet

You're probably hearing a lot of endless, excessive and short-term virtual reality hype. For example, at SXSW 2016, a great deal of time and energy is being devoted to VR experiments, new media announcements, and demonstrations. The reality? The vast majority of consumers aren't there yet.

March 2, 2016 By Trimble Navigation

SketchUp Make

Google SketchUp is a free, easy-to-learn 3D-modeling program with a few simple tools to let you create 3D models of houses, sheds,...

August 30, 2011 by

HTC Evo 3D

If you want to try 3D on a smartphone we recommend the less expensive LG Optimus 3D, which shoots 3D stills to a higher resolution and has a dedicated 3D user interface with better 3D integration.

November 22, 2012 by

Google Nexus 4 review

The LG-built Nexus 4 offers terrific value for money, if you don't mind its moderate battery life and lack of LTE support. Shame it's currently sold out at Google's Play store.

July 6, 2011 by

HTC buys S3 Graphics for $300m

The smartphone maker, which is in a messy legal battle with Apple over patent infringement, has bought another company that is suing Apple over compression-related patents

June 30, 2011 by

HTC EVO 3D brings glasses-free 3D to Sprint

3D is a buzz word today, but HTC did a fine job of bringing it to a handheld device and capturing 3D images and video is a fun thing to do on the EVO 3D. That said, even if we took that away the device is a solid new generation Android smartphone that Sprint customers should seriously consider.

June 28, 2011


HTC has announced its first 3D smartphone, the EVO 3D. With a screen viewable without 3D glasses, it rivals the already announced but serially delayed (although due soon) LG Optimus 3D, and is expected to be available by the end of July.

October 15, 2011 by

HTC opens up to developers

HTCdev team members Jad Boniface and Michael Ludden tell ZDNet UK why manufacturers are rushing to open up their Android UIs for modification and why HTC's Windows Phone users no longer see Sense


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