Apple’s rumored VR headset could cost $3,000, feature 8K displays and over a dozen cameras

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It’s no secret Apple is hard at work on augmented and virtual reality devices, with a report from Bloomberg in January claiming Apple is working on an ultra-high-end, pricey headset that could hit stores in 2022. Now, a new report from The Information sheds new light on what to expect from the potential headset, including a rendering — said to be based on “internal Apple images of a late-stage prototype from last year” — of what the device might actually look like.

The Information’s report corroborates several details from Bloomberg’s, including the fabric mesh material that the company

Oppo Reno 5 Pro review: Pretty and powerful

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The Oppo Reno 4 Pro was among the first phones to bring 65W charging to India’s premium mid-range segment. Unfortunately, fast charging alone doesn’t make for a stellar package. The ho-hum spec sheet ensured that the phone was rather overlooked. The Oppo Reno 5 Pro — or Oppo Reno 5 Pro 5G to give it its full name — aims to correct that.

The company is seriously ramping up the Oppo Reno 5 Pro’s credentials with a Dimensity 1000 Plus chipset, an attractive design, and an excellent camera system to boot. But is that enough to challenge the tough

Portable power for all your gadgets

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Picking the right third-party chargers and accessories for your smartphone, laptop, and other gadgets can feel like a confusing mess of plug types and charging standards — even more so now that phones are shipping without a charger in the box. Enter Omnicharge and the Omni 20 Plus, an all-in-one charging solution for all your gadget needs. Let’s take a look at Omnicharge’s take on the charging problem with Android Authority’s Omni 20 Plus review.

About this Omni 20 Plus review: I’ve been testing the 230V

Boston Dynamics’ robot dog gets an arm attachment, self-charging capabilities

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Boston Dynamics’ “Spot” robot is getting some upgrades. The robot dog officially went on sale to the public last year for a cool $74,500. For the first time in the company’s 29-year history, Boston Dynamics actually started selling robots to the general public, and it’s pretty incredible that you can actually just head to the Boston Dynamics website, press the “add to cart” button, and have a robot dog shipped to your home. The company says it has sold over 400 Spot units to date, and the robots are out there doing real work, usually monitoring hazardous worksites like

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