Oculus Touch finally arrives in December, and is Snapchat about to go public?
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Oculus, the makers of the VR headset Rift have finally announced the long-awaited controller portion of the VR experience called Oculus Touch.
The system will consist of an additional camera sensor bar in addition to two unique controllers for each hand.
Oculus Touch hits December 6th for 199 but can be pre ordered on October 10th.
Is SNAPCHAT planning an IPO?
That's what the Wall Street Journal has written saying the offering would value the company at 25 billion dollars or more.
SNAPCHAT reaches 150 million users a day and is set to release its first hardware product ever called Spectacles.
While it also reaches 41% of all 18 to 34 year olds in the country, it remains unclear if the company is actually profitable.
According to the New York Times, Verizon wants Yahoo to knock a billion dollars off its acquisition of the company, as a result of the recent hacking and spying incident.
Verizon was set to spend $4.8 billion on Yahoo that was until a one two puncher controversy surfaced.
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