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Aipower launch the Wearbuds with fitness tracker

Aipower has announced the introduction of an innovative new set of earbuds after a successful Kickstarter project. The company’s new Wearbuds are the world’s first wristband-housed high-resolution wireless earbuds on the market. The Wearbuds from Aipower are designed to be ultra-portable, create excellent sound and include fitness tracking features to …

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Corsair unleashes a wave of wireless peripherals

Corsair is prompting its fan base to ‘Unplug and Play’ at CES this year as it introduces a bunch of new wireless peripherals to its line-up. This includes a new gaming keyboard, gaming mouse, Qi wireless charging mouse pad and even a lapboard. The company has carried three core principles …

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TPCast partners with Lattice for wireless VR roll out

TPCast, the company behind the recently debuted wireless upgrade kit for the HTC Vive virtual reality headset, has announced a partnership with Lattice Semiconductors for a number of the solution’s internal components. Lattice provides the HDMI bridge which makes it possible to wirelessly transmit data that would traditionally require a wired …

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HTC Vive Wireless Upgrade Kit coming this year


The HTC Vive already offers an excellent VR experience but given the headset’s focus on room-scale experiences, the wires can occasionally get in the way. Fortunately, Vive owners will be able to do away with those pesky wires completely in just a matter of months as HTC has revealed that …

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Wireless Oculus Rift prototype shown at Connect 3

Oculus VR made a lot of announcements at this year’s Connect event, but one of the more exciting demonstrations was for a new wireless prototype called Santa Cruz. As well as untethering itself from a PC, it contains a battery pack, on board processing and self-contained positional tracking, meaning you …

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A wireless HTC Vive prototype could show up this year

One of the big problems Virtual Reality headset builders are currently trying to tackle is the sheer amount of cables involved. This is especially important for room-scale devices like the HTC Vive, which wants wearers to be moving around a room, rather than staying in one place. However, it looks …

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Local churches could bolster wireless internet speeds

Considering everyone from professional sportsmen and women, to TV fraudsters call upon the lord to help them with their task at hand, perhaps asking for aid with rural internet speeds isn’t such a bad thing. Churches around the UK could soon begin bolstering local wireless performance by utilising their spires …

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