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The development of virtual reality (VR) continues apace with BT and Nokia partnering to see how 5G networks can be used to maximise the experience of customers watching fully immersive live sport or entertainment in future high definition (HD) VR.

VITEC is positioning its video streaming solutions for police, military and defence applications.
Metadata provider Gracenote has bowed a suite of entertainment products developed specifically for next-generation converged media platforms and services.

It may be called Cardboard, but Google’s virtual reality headset brand is proving to be not so flimsy in competition with the likes of Samsung and Sony, says research from Strategy Analytics.