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A guide to Virtual Beings and how they impact our world by https://ift.tt/2K7D1QI

“Money from big tech companies and top VC firms is flowing into the nascent “virtual beings” space.”

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The VR headset market is about to get way too crowded and confusing by https://ift.tt/2Ydcpnq

“Once, there was a single VR headset. Today there are quite a few, and within months, there will certainly be too many in the marketplace for most people to count. Consumers are about to enter the most confusing time in VR’s history.”

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Unfiltered Technology Suggestions – January 2017

Ξ RASPBERRY PI Ξ

Ξ A Raspberry Pi-Powered, Alexa-Controlled Mirror

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Ξ Top 10 Raspberry Pi Projects For Beginners

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Ξ BOTS AI VR Ξ

 

Ξ Montreal is Leading the AI World Takeover

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Ξ Putting the “intelligent” machine in its place

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Ξ Why IoT needs AI

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Ξ Law Hackers Weekly: Battle of The Bots 👾

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Ξ TECH ECONOMICS Ξ

 

Ξ The Inside Story of BitTorrent’s Bizarre Collapse

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Ξ LEGAL FACTS DIGITAL LAW Ξ

 

Ξ Number of New Patent Cases in the US Fell 25% Last Year,
Thanks in Part to the Demise of Software Patent Trolls

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What the Rise of Virtual Reality Means for Marketers by Alexa Matiavia via convinceandconvert.com

….Despite the costs, publishers and advertisers are already buying in. The New York Times has a VR Editor, CNN has streamed political debates in VR, and USA Today Network has produced over 40 pieces of VR content since 2014.

The rise in platforms supporting 360-degree video has also upped the appeal for virtual reality. YouTube’s 360-degree video channel launched just over a year ago and has over one million subscribers. Facebook supports 360 video now, as well.

So even though it’s expensive to start, you can’t ignore the fact that there are big-time companies investing in VR who have the power to shape where technology and the media are heading.

Alexa Matia – @AlexaNMatia – is the Junior Content Writer at eZanga.com. A native of Central Pennsylvania, she graduated from Shippensburg University with a BA in English and loves to write about all things digital, including social media, PPC, display, and pay per call advertising.