A new Oculus headset, Amazon debuts the next Kindle Oasis
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Facebook has revealed a new Oculus headset called the Oculus Go, that doesn't need a PC or phone to work.
Expected to arrive in 2018, the new device supports a lightweight design, and new, next gen lenses that are supposed to provide better clarity than the current Rift headset.
Oculus Go will launch some time next year for $199.
Amazon also debuted a new Amazon Kindle Oasis with a larger 7 inch screen and waterproof design, all inside of a metal case.
The new Kindle boasts more battery life, better LED lighting and support for audiobooks.
The new Oasis starts at $250 worth 8 gigs of storage and $280 for 32 gigs And finally Qualcomm has been hit with yet another massive antitrust fine by Taiwan's Fair Trade Commission.
Bloomberg reports the company has been levied a $773 million penalty as a result of claims that they have a monopoly on patents that are crucial to mobile phone technologies and the refusal to license Set tech.
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