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    Virtual Reality Goggles May Become the Next Must-Havei
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    February 23, 2016 11:45 PM
    Tech watchers say the smartphone market is slowing down. Lagging economies, saturation of the market, and growing competition from Chinese and Indian companies have tech watchers looking for the next big moneymaker. A lot of them are betting on virtual reality, or VR for short. In a pattern seen before with other tech innovations, the price point of VR goggles is falling and the amount of available content is slowly growing. VOA's George Putic has more.

    Virtual Reality Goggles May Become the Next Must-Have

    Published February 23, 2016

    Tech watchers say the smartphone market is slowing down. Lagging economies, saturation of the market, and growing competition from Chinese and Indian companies have tech watchers looking for the next big moneymaker. A lot of them are betting on virtual reality, or VR for short. In a pattern seen before with other tech innovations, the price point of VR goggles is falling and the amount of available content is slowly growing. VOA's George Putic has more.


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