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Despite it being one of the most powerful smartphones ever made, and meeting all of the necessary requirements, the Samsung Galaxy S8 does not natively support Google Daydream. When trying to install the Daydream app on the new S8 or S8 Plus, for use with Samsung’s Gear VR headset, you’ll simply be greeted with an error message.
Though Samsung’s Gear VR platform is the more developed in terms of available content, and Samsung is under no obligation to provide support for Google Daydream, this still might disappoint some users who want access to Google’s offerings — which includes some apps that [...]
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Claude Zellweger, a senior designer who recently worked on the HTC Vive, has announced his departure from HTC to join Google. Zellweger, who delivered the news via Twitter, will go on to support Google’s VR platform Daydream.
In a statement to The Verge regarding Zellweger’s departure, HTC said:
“HTC can confirm that Claude Zellweger has left the Company. We appreciate his considerable contribution to HTC, and wish him well in his future endeavors. HTC continues to invest in talent and recruitment as part of our broader strategy to ensure the continued strength and integrity of the Company’s [...]