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Slip in a Galaxy Note 4 and slide it over your face: Samsung's VR goggles aim to take on Google and offer another way to experience VR on the go.
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Missed our liveblog of Samsung's IFA 2014 press conference? Here are the highlights. It's as if you were there.
The newest Galaxy Note phablets offer virtual-reality headgear, as well as surprises in design, plus Sony gives its fitness band the power of phone calls.
A look at the Samsung-Oculus-birthed virtual reality headset that's made to work with the new Galaxy Note 4.
Samsung and Oculus VR partner on a new virtual reality headset at IFA in Berlin, Germany. The goggles combine the Galaxy Note 4's Super AMOLED display with Oculus technology to provide a 96-degree viewing experience.