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Details like what it'll cost and how long it'll last are important, but the big question remains, simply, why.
Well, among virtual reality developer kits, that is.
From surprise VR headsets to gorgeous flagship phones, this years Mobile World Congress was brimming with announcements. Here's a cheat sheet to all the new gear.
Ahead of Apple's March 9 event, we preview the Apple Watch reveal.
For 20 minutes, I existed in an immersive world unlike the one I live and breathe in every day.
The technology is still in its early stages, but two companies were showing fuel cell batteries at this year's Mobile World Congress.
With the release set for 2016, the prototype has a 5.7-inch OLED display and supports 120 frames-per-second output
Uber is acquiring deCarta to improve the mapping technology in its app
The resolution is shy of High Definition, but it's hard to beat the convenience factor with its compact size.
HTC unveiled a trio of cool products at Mobile World Congress: The One M9 phone, a Grip fitness tracker, and the Vive VR headset. We condensed the hour-long event down to under three crucial minutes
If you didn't like the look of Pebble's new smartwatch, a stainless steel version will set you back just $70 more.
Tinder Premium will also remove yet-to-launch ads. But the service will also charge more for, well, more mature users.
It appears Google relaxed the requirement that hardware makers include the more stringent security.
Google's smartwatch platform is starting to chug along, with plenty of new devices hitting the scene.
The fitness tracker and watch hybrids can also sync up your health data with Google Fit.
It's not packed with innovative features, but, wow, this smartwatch looks great.