Vertu made another phone for the rich and tasteless

Vertu has been hand crafting bad, high-priced, “luxury” phones since before the smartphone, and somehow has yet to be stopped. The company was started by Nokia back in 1998, and almost two decades later it won’t quit making ugly devices of questionable worth and selling them for thousands of dollars. The latest device is the Vertu Constellation, which includes the specs of a solid flagship from mid-2016. There’s a 2,560 x 1,440 5.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, and wireless charging. The main camera is 12 megapixels, with 1.55 micron…

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Ready Manufacturer One: Game on for Industrial VR

While pop culture predicts VR will be the death of us, actual industrial use cases in research labs and industrial environments hint at its current potential: speeding design, boosting productivity, and giving workers more freedom. Immersive virtual reality has been promised for a long time, and it’s made great leaps forward in the last few years. It first appeared in various forms throughout the 20th century, most visibly in science-fiction movies that posed the question: if we can escape to a virtual world, should we? It’s the premise of Steven…

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OnePlus 6 could potentially be revealed on May 5

It seems that we might finally have a date for the unveiling of the OnePlus 6. The handset has been making the rounds through leaksand official teasers but could see an official reveal at the beginning of May. According to a source, the image you see in the article is of a poster belonging to JingDong Mall formerly called 360buy, a retailer based in China. The poster does state that the OnePlus 6 will make its debut in China on May 5 at 2pm. Despite the good news, there are some things to…

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