Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have arrived! – Pocketnow

The best iPhones ever! Until the iPhone X arrives of course. That’s not to say Apple hasn’t taught these old dogs some new tricks. While the design might feel a bit worn, there is some tech we’re really excited to see in an Apple product. Here’s our first look at the iPhone 8 and the iPhone 8 Plus!

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Asus ZenFone AR First Look CES 2017: Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Ready!

We’ve seen plenty of phone based Virtual Reality gear. We’ve seen some great demos of phone based Augmented Reality, but no one device that claims to be both VR and AR ready. Until now. Asus took the wraps off the ZenFone AR, a phone supporting both Google Tango AR and Google Daydream VR. Here’s out first look!

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro Review: Huge screen and Augmented Reality

This is the biggest phone Juan has ever reviewed. The Phab 2 Pro is a showcase platform for some exciting new augmented reality technology, but should it be your daily driver smartphone? Let’s take a look!

Pre-Cut “Oculus Thrift” Google Cardboard VR Headset Kit Available on Amazon

google cardboardDuring Google I/O this year, one of the biggest hits actually came by way of an inexpensive cardboard shell. Like when you buy a kid an expensive toy and they’d rather play with the packaging…

Google Cardboard is designed for developers to start inexpensively developing apps for 3D and VR. A cardboard shell sets up like an old Viewmaster toy, and it uses your phone screen as the display. It might look a bit silly, but what was demonstrated at I/O was actually quite sophisticated, with magnets for orientation and NFC tags inside to launch the special split-screen mode for your phone.

Now you can also buy a pre-cut kit from a company called Smart Exhibits on Amazon. If you don’t want to bother with all that cardboard slicing, they have you covered for $10. Though you’ll have to supply your own magnets, lenses, and NFC tags…