Remember to take breaks for food and stuffFor the past couple of years, if you wanted to have some VR fun with your phone, Samsung’s Gear VR was pretty much the way to go. But there’s a new major player now in the form of Google’s Daydream View system, which uses the new Pixel phones and an apparently Martha Stewart-approved headset. So, how do the two systems stack up? As you can imagine, we spent many hours and hours testing them both.Our biggest takeways? Daydream View is fun, comfortable, and the small remote is easy to use and helpful. But, it’s also not perfect. Check out our full review to see if Google’s Daydream is worth the $80 price tag – and you’ll need a new Google Pixel phone as well, which is slightly more expensive. You’re data is safe, Putin said soLinkedIn is having a tough time getting traction in Russia after a court there upheld a decision to block the social-slash-business networking company’s website over the storage of Russian citizens’ personal data. It looks like Russia’s cyber cops are suddenly getting serious about a 2014 law that says foreign companies operating in Russia have to store the personal information from… Read full this story
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