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Tesla's Batteries Begin To Reach Puerto Rico

Large batteries made by Tesla are starting to arrive in Puerto Rico to help the region with its energy demands. It was recently devastated by a hurricane and Tesla has committed to helping Puerto Rico recover, at least in the form of improving its energy status.

Valve Develops New Lenses For VR

Valve is working on SteamVR Tracking 2.0 that will support larger rooms, up to 33 x 33 feet, but that will also require four trackers instead of two. On the other hands, the company is also working on new lenses that will make virtual reality a better, more immersive experience

Misfit Vapor Smartwatch Listed Online

Misfit Vapor smartwatch, the company's first proper smartwatch was expected to launch a few weeks ago. Due to some unknown reasons, the company decided to postpone the launch to October and while there is no official confirmation of the launch, the smartwatch is now listed on

Renders Of New Moto Mods Leak Online

Back at Mobile World Congress 2017, Motorola and Lenovo unveiled several new Moto Mods for the Moto Z smartphones. Among them were also two unfinished accessories called Amazon Alexa speaker and Polaroid Insta-Share printer. Now, thanks to Evan Blass of @evleaks, we

DJI Unveils New Aerial Camera

The popular drone maker DJI has now unveiled a new camera system that is designed to work with Inspire 2 drone. The new aerial camera is called Super 35 Zenmuse X7 and comes with a number of advancements to make it the perfect match for cinema-quality aerial video capture.

Facebook Announces Oculus Rift Enterprise Bundles

Facebook is coming out with new Oculus Rift virtual reality headset bundles intended for enterprise customers. Head of the Oculus division, Hugo Barra, announced the bundles during the company's Connect event. Included with the enterprise offers is a full VR commercial license.

Nokia Ends Ozo VR Camera, Cuts 310 Jobs

Nokia is backing out of virtual reality. The company has announced it's killing off its expensive Ozo virtual reality camera and it's also cutting 310 jobs. These changes are being implemented because the VR market hasn't developed as quickly as Nokia had anticipated.