You may have heard of virtual reality (VR). You might have thought it was just a fad. But there are quite a few people who think otherwise.
A significant driver of the virtual reality market? The gaming crowd.
Some Oculus virtual reality headset shipments will arrive later than expected. CNBC's Dominic Chu and Mark Spoonauer of Tom's Guide discuss.
Huawei reported a 33 percent rise in net profit for 2015 from the previous year, on the back of its growing consumer device business.
With hefty price tags but limited content and applications, VR headsets like Facebook's Oculus Rift are entering a challenging market.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Tom's Guide Editor-in-Chief Mark Spoonauer discuss why investors should think beyond gaming when it comes to the Oculus Rift and other virtual reality headsets.
Facebook and other big tech names are pushing toward virtual reality, says CNBC's Jon Fortt reporting from the Mobile World Congress.
Mobile World Congress, Europe's biggest consumer electronics show, kicks off next week. CNBC takes a look at what to expect.
Virtual and augmented reality is posed to disrupt a range of industries in 2016. Here are some of the companies investing in this new trend.
Even if the Democratic Progressive Party wins, the economy will drive all parties to keep things calm in the short term.
2016 will be a tipping point for virtual reality, say analysts.
Facebook-owned Oculus will release its virtual reality (VR) Rift headset to consumers for pre-order on Wednesday, but how much will it cost?
What to watch for at CES: Smart homes, self-driving cars, wearables, virtual and augmented reality, and drones dominate.
Virtual reality has yet to take off in the mainstream, but a new video camera from Lytro gives content creators a much-needed tool.
Brands think virtual reality is the next form of mass entertainment, and they want to be the go-to media companies for VR content.
Huawei's third-quarter smartphone shipments rose 63 percent year-on-year, helped by growth of its mid-to-high-end range of devices.
Asian stocks put up a mixed performance on Thursday, as investors kept a wary eye on China which recovered from the prior day's sudden sell-off.
The smartphone slowdown is showing up in falling profits for handset makers, as well as sweeping job cuts across the once red-hot sector.
HTC shares tanked 10 percent on Friday after the electronics company reported disappointing earnings in the face of smartphone competition.
Companies such as electric motor scooter firm Gogoro could hold the key to Taiwan's economic growth.