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Report: “Major” European studio is working on VR game for Xbox One

In a recently-released report, ArsTechnica has revealed that a virtual reality (VR) game for Microsoft’s Xbox One gaming console is being developed by an unidentified but “major” European game development studio.

According to the report, the VR game for Xbox One will likely be launched in 2017. The game -- which is also apparently in development for Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming console, and PCs -- will probably be introduced at the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo scheduled to be held in Los Angeles in June.

Harley-Davidson introduces all-new flat-track race bike --- XG750R

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Harley-Davidson introduces all-new flat-track race bike --- XG750R

In a move which marks the introduction of Harley-Davidson’s first all-new flat-track race bike in more than four decades, the motorcycle manufacturer has unveiled its all-new XG750R racer with the Screaming Eagle Factory Team.

The Harley-Davidson XG750R flat-track race bike is scheduled to make its official competition debut at the AMA Pro Flat Track Springfield Mile in Illinois, on Sunday, May 29, 2016. Thereafter, on June 2, the racer will grab the spotlight at the ESPN X Games event.

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Apple is reportedly working on interactive home speaker

In a recent report, The Information has hinted that tech giant Apple is apparently looking to regain its dominance in the 'personal digital assistant' arena --- a market which was originally created by Apple in 2011, when it launched Siri with the iPhone 4s model.

Though Apple was a pioneer in the personal digital assistant market, it has, of late, lost its dominance to Amazon, especially after the launch of the increasingly popular Amazon Echo device - with Alexa personal digital assistant - last year.

Samsung shows off ‘rollable’ OLED display for smartphones

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Samsung shows off ‘rollable’ OLED display for smartphones

At the 2016 SID display industry event held in San Francisco this week, bigwig smartphone manufacturer Samsung showed off its latest flexible and 'rollable' OLED display for smartphones.

The 'rollable' OLED smartphone display demonstrated by Samsung is a different type of foldable display than the curved displays of the company's 'edge' versions of its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 handsets.

Huawei files patent lawsuits against Samsung in US and China

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Huawei files patent lawsuits against Samsung in US and China

On Tuesday, China-based Huawei Technologies Co. filed patent-infringement lawsuits against Samsung Electronics Co. in the US as well as China. The lawsuits mark Huawei's first intellectual property (IP) challenge against the bigwig South Korean smartphone manufacturer.

In its lawsuits, Huawei -- a networking gear manufacturer -- has claimed that 11 of its patents pertaining to the industry standard for fourth-generation (4G) mobile devices have been infringed by Samsung.

Toyota teams up with Dean Kamento launch second-gen iBOT

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Toyota teams up with Dean Kamento launch second-gen iBOT

According to an agreement announced at Paralyzed Veterans of America’s 70th Annual Convention in St. Petersburg, Fla., Toyota is partnering with Segway creator Dean Kamen to launch a second-generation version of Kamen’s innovative iBOT motorized wheelchair.

The new version of the iBOT wheelchair will be developed as a collaborative effort between Toyota and Kamen’s DEKA Research and Development unit.

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