Even though the Pimax 4K VR headset has been discontinued officially, it’s still available on Amazon and third-party websites. Is the headset worth buying in 2022?
Gaming in the metaverse is being shaped by the world of GameFi. These are play-to-earn games that allow you to make money. We’ve picked 3 games on the blockchain that are worth a try in 2022.
Waves Ducks is a play-to-earn, duck-themed NFT game where users are able to generate passive income by playing. Some are making a crazy $100,000 per month.
Skyeer is a Russian drone startup that provides a cloud-based platform for control and management of construction and mining facilities based on geospatial and design data.
Russian VR headsets are relatively unknown on the world stage. Most of them are used for military applications, but the specifications are still impressive. In this post, we have picked the 3 most prominent Russian VR headsets.
With the constant flow of VR headset releases, there is one headset that really stood out last year: Pico Neo 3. Our 2022 review answers the question whether it is still a viable option this year or to wait for the Neo Link 3.
The metaverse is providing a range of job opportunities in 2022. From blockchain gamers to VR architects, this list has something for a vast array of different skill sets.
The metaverse is revolutionizing the way people interact with the cloud, requiring new ways of looking at data and storage. What does its emergence mean for cloud computing?
Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are watching the metaverse unfold from the sidelines. Even if you are not a believer in the concept, competitor CIOs are doing their due diligence, why aren’t you?
In 2022, tech startups in the metaverse keep increasing in number. At Evolvera, we have identified 5 of the most innovative and exciting startups in the metaverse space.
The Finnish company, Varjo, released their Aero VR headset in 2021. It may be the best headset we’ve tried this year.
Russia is likely the next major country in line to launch its 5G network. Is 2022 the year when the technology finally takes off in the world’s largest country?
On March 1, China introduces new rules that will limit data collection and AI capabilities.
The GITAI R1 is the “space dedicated general-purpose robot”