And finally is the place for the whispery rumors, blips and all around interesting stories you might have missed from the last seven days.
MWC 2016 is over so it's a good time to catch up with all the wearable tech news you've that was lost due to the barrage of product announcements from Barcelona.
This week, there's even more speculation over Sony's PlayStation VR price and release date, Sphero's new Force Band and more.
Will the Sony PS VR event yield price and release date?
There's so many rumor bits floating around about the PS VR, it's getting difficult to sift through. We already reported in last week's And finally about a possible release for this April and previously, it was thought November would be the month through an accidental reveal.
Hopefully all of that will be put to bed during the upcoming Sony PS VR event on 15 March, right when the Game Developer's Conference begins. It wouldn't be surprising, and quite fitting considering the PS VR was revealed at GDC 2014.
Must read: Everything we know about Sony PlayStation VR
New Sphero Force Band shown off
The Sphero BB-8 has been one of the cutest and most fun little toys to hit the shelves in awhile. Sphero then went and added a wearable to make it cooler.
BB-8 and the band have gotten a little makeover, looking more battle-worn than previous iterations. It appears you'll also be able to control more with the Star Wars wrist-ware, including smart home appliances, which is the next best thing to Jedi powers.
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Garmin Vivoactive HR gets a weather app
The latter Garmin device has a new feature in the form of AccuWeather MinuteCast - a weather app that predicts minute by minute detail of when it will start raining in a two-hour time frame based on your precise location. In theory, you wouldn't be caught out in the rain unaware again if wearing the Vivoactive HR. Neat-o.
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Coca Cola made a VR headset...sort of
This Google Cardboard design is really clever, if you find yourself routinely buying boxes of Coca Cola sodas.
Apparently Coke has enabled a new form of recycling by turning its boxes into VR viewers - with three easy, DIY different ways to do it. It's actually pretty handy if you can't scrounge up some cardboard and need an even simpler way to make a mobile headset. You can even order a "custom" box that folds down perfectly into a viewer, all with a small push. Genius.
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