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HTC launches its Netflix-style virtual reality service

HTC has announced the launch of its Viveport Infinity service, the first unlimited subscription service for virtual reality content.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

Source: androidpit.com | 2019-03-14Read all

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After nine years with numerous Apple iPhones, last year I put aside my last smartphone with the Apple logo, the iPhone 6 Plus. The journey to Android Island was frightening at first, but not as difficult as you might imagine.(This is a preview - click her...

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