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ASUS kicked things off at Computex 2016 with the announcement of an impressive and expanded ZenFone 3 lineup, Transformer 3 and Transformer 3 Pro tablets, and the thin-and-light ZenBook 3 — oh, and a weird meowing/rolling robot. But they weren't the only ones at the big show in Taipei: Samsung launched the updated Gear Fit 2 fitness band and Gear Icon X earbuds, HP showed off a near-final version of their Elite x3 Windows 10 "superphone".

There was a changing of the guard at the Microsoft Insider Program, with the beloved Gabriel Aul stepping down to focus on his engineering job, with Dona Sarkar moving in as his replacement manning the magic red button. The Insider program went on without a hitch, with releases for Redstone and HoloLens, plus a public update for the Microsoft Band 2.

If there was any doubt, Tesla's mostly put it to rest: the Model 3 will have full self-driving autonomy as a marquee feature of its later-in-2016 "part 2" reveal. What it won't have? Free Supercharger access though we're not certain how exactly Tesla plans to collect money for it.

Apple is ramping up for the 2016 World Wide Developer Conference, and they're going big — expect updates for iOS, OS X, watchOS, and even tvOS.

Oh, and we launched a new site dedicated to the next revolution of the interface: it's VRHeads, and it's all about virtual reality. Whether it's something basic like Google Cardboard or immersive and advanced like HTC Vive, we're going to cover it all. We're launching with comprehensive guides for all of the best VR headsets and everything else you need to know about VR, and a massive giveaway: enter to win an HTC Vive headset and ASUS VR desktop!