Your weekly roundup of the biggest stories in mobile and portable gaming, courtesy of Modojo.
The team at Oculus has something special on their hands with the latest VR HMD prototype, Project Santa Cruz.
Tune in for day two!
The untethered PC VR project takes its next step with fully tracked controllers.
The company is focused on putting VR to work for businesses.
Rift Core 2.0 is adding some new features for Oculus Rift users.
On the heels of their Oculus Go announcement, Oculus is dropping the price of the Oculus Rift plus Touch.
The new standalone headset attempts to marry affordability with power.
An outage with no origin as of yet is keeping users from checking their social media streams.
The patent details a two-dimensional scanning tech called "waveguide" to superimpose text and images onto our vision.
The Zed hordes should make for even more nightmares in this version of the series.
Jack McCauley will be working on the new VR180 3D camera for iOS and Android devices.
One of the first online VR communities will cease to exist next week.
The futuristic videogame tie-in for the movie will be released this week on July 21.
The Oculus Rift exclusive title will be playable at SDCC 2017.
Facebook tries to prop up sales with a 33% savings.
Despite the growing emphasis of VR at Facebook's F8 developer conference this year, Oculus will still have their own shindig.
The two combatants are back in court over another facet of the case involving John Carmack's move to Oculus.
The suit says Samsung has code in its Gear VR that it gained from Oculus, but it was actually ZeniMax property.
The VR storytelling studio behind Lost, Henry, and Dear Angelica is being shut down.