Oculus%u2019 VR television hub launches today on Oculus Go - The Verge. When I first wrote about Oculus Go, the affordable VR headset, I was blown away by the fact that it was completely self-contained. No phone required. It connects to WiFi, and the number and variety of apps is amazing. It even has self contained speakers and microphone. I wondered why it needed a mike until today. Oculus has added voice control to the headset, which permits searching and launching with your voice. The new TV app is also pretty cool, as you can launch Premium TV , like Netflix and Hulu, and other streaming apps, along with alternative TV like Pluto, and YouTube, plus much more. The screen hangs in front of you while you sit in a VR room that changes. The screen is the equivalent of a 180 inch wall sized screen, and it is easy to become immersed in the effect. I recommend getting the 65 GB version for $249, so you will have room for all the channels and video you will be downloading. If you have been waiting for VR to go mainstream, this is the time. In fact, this light little headset will make a great traveling companion. In a pinch, use your own phone on WiFi mode, or, in my case, a TMobile WiFi puck, and carry your TV with you anywhere. Old guys like me, who spend a lot of time in Doctor and Hospital waiting rooms, now can make that time enjoyable. No more old magazines for me. Make your own coffee for a couple of weeks, and give Starbucks a break. You'll be glad you did.