Here's all that's happening in the metaverse. A leading investment bank puts a multi-billion dollar valuation on the metaverse and the first fashion show in the virtual space is full of s...
Virtual spaces need to be easy for all people to access. Not doing so risks recreating the social and economic divides of real cities in the metaverse.
The metaverse and other emerging technologies are reshaping business. Top executives now say this is one of the biggest factors informing their thinking.
Spending an hour a day in the metaverse will be normal for a quarter of people by 2026, Gartner predicts. Virtual classrooms and homes are on the way.
A voice-controlled bot to help build virtual reality landscapes and the business case for the metaverse from one the world's leading consultancy firms.
Meet the women shaping the future of the metaverse; VR tech sales surge boosting manufacturers, and virtual yacht that will set you back $100m for the NFT.
There are a growing number of CEOs experimenting with the metaverse as a workplace, as remote working continues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Top news stories on metaverse this week. Meta tells advertisers that its virtual environments will take "a few years" to develop. English Premier League football could soon attract virtua...
Supercomputers, AI and the metaverse will soon revolutionize our online and physical lives, prompting ethical and practical questions that demand answers.
Microsoft announced plans to spend serious money on a video-game company. This might act as a metaverse gateway for Microsoft, making it the 3rd biggest gaming company in the world.
Technology trends to watch in 2022 include developments in the metaverse, self-fertilizing crops and 3D-printed homes using local materials.
Many are raising concerns about the potential risks of the metaverse, where the boundaries between the physical and virtual worlds continue to blur further
Experts believe that if we could help people empathize with the ocean and the marine life within, they would try harder to protect it.
Precisely controlled jets of air are paired with computer generated graphics to create the sensation of touching the hologram.
VR and AR are evolving fast, but our slow-moving legal systems are unprepared. Here are the challenges this poses, and the questions we should be asking.