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After toying with virtual reality with its Cardboard project, tech giant Google has finally launched a ‘proper’ virtual reality platform: Daydream.
Developers working on Google Daydream VR titles have said that the tech giant has put a huge focus on quality.
Internet giant Google is building a new London HQ which is hopes will create in the region of 3,000 new jobs.
Yet another VR competitor will be arriving on the scene next week in the UK, US, Germany, Australia and Canada.
Not one to be left behind Google has finally entered the world of VR, we’ll just ignore Google cardboard, with Daydream View.
Google has announced the Pixel, the first phone made entirely by the search giant with no other companies involved.
Last year’s Google Nexus 6P may have been the last handset to feature the branding.
Google has announced it has begun “the evolution away from the Chrome apps platform”, with plans to shut the entire initiative down by 2018.
Families are now able to share apps across their various accounts.
Pokemon Go co-creator Niantic has said that it is not accessing iOS users’ entire Google accounts.
There’s a new major player in the virtual reality market.
Apple boss Tim Cook has received the backing of Google CEO Sundar Pichai in his security row with the US government.
Google's former director of gaming content for YouTube Rodrigo Velloso has joined Twitter in a similar capacity.
Disney and Google have teamed up to promote upcoming movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens with a virtual reality app designed for Google Cardboard.
YouTube has launched its new premium offering, YouTube Red.
Pokemon Go developer Niantic Labs has received investment from a trio of companies.
It looks as if shoppers will soon no longer be able to buy the Apple TV or Google Chromecast from Amazon.
New data revealing the top 25 most popular mobile apps in the US for June 2015 shows Facebook out in front, while games are no where to be found.
YouTube Gaming will officially launch later today, with the service tracking gaming videos and livestreams for more than 25,000 games.
YouTube has announced a new app and website dubbed YouTube Gaming, with the video streaming service apparently ready at last to take a more focused approach towards its abundant video ...
YouTube is finally looking to acquire some of the growing video game streaming pie, with the video service announcing the launch of 60 frames per second live streaming.
Popular puzzle game Threes was temporarily removed from the Google Play store yesterday because it listed one of its copycats in its search terms.
Google has broken European antitrust laws and as a result could be fined up to 10 per cent of its annual earnings, the European Commission has said.
The world’s biggest online video provider has set its set on the live streaming video market, with eSports to be a central thrust.
Google has prioritised the calling out of a rival over the digital security of its customers, Microsoft has claimed.