All The News You Missed Overnight: The Future Of Oculus Rift, Lamborghini's SUV And More

Technology is filled with all kinds of rumours, real and fabricated. It gives us a look at what might be and will be. All The News You Missed Overnight gathers the whispers all in one place to help you catch up.


The Oculus Rift VR headset lets you see into another world — but not your own. It’s not like Microsoft’s HoloLens, where you interact with 3D objects in your world. At least, not yet. Oculus just bought Surreal Vision, a startup dedicated to pulling the real world into VR.

Surreal Vision specialises in something called “real-time 3D scene reconstruction”, a fancy term that means “mapping out 3D worlds on the fly”. Self-driving cars do it with LIDAR, Project Tango does it with cameras, and Microsoft’s HoloLens, well… it sure does seem to have a lot of cameras and depth sensors on board.


The iPhone’s big software version for 2015 seems surprisingly dull. Security and stability are always good things, but iOS 9 had appeared to be more about maintenance than a makeover. However, a new rumour about a feature called “Proactive” suggests iOS 9 might have a few tricks up its sleeve.


The Lamborghini Urus has been unveiled! The Urus isn't what you expect, however: it's a fastback SUV concept. And it looks...weird.

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