A quick heads up, folks, that you can now chose to get an email notification whenever someone replies to one of your comments. It's opt-in — look for the box on posts starting now — so you control just how spammy things get. If things get out of control, just hit the "disable" link that'll be in the notification email.
Right now this is only enabled on the traditional web side of things. We'll get it added into the app just as soon as we can.
And, yes, we still have big plans ahead for notifications, beyond just simple emails. Thanks for your patience on that as we continue to spruce things up around here.
You can now use Google Assistant on the desktop thanks to an unofficial client that hooks directly into the Assistant API. The client itself is surprisingly good, but you have to put in quite a bit of work to set it up.
The Corsair Virtuoso RGB Wireless is sleek and stylish, with a quality microphone, multiple setup options and fantastic audio quality. The battery is a bit disappointing though, which potential buyers should keep in mind.
Oculus Store quality requirements are strict, but Oculus's new App Lab program lets indie developers officially publish more unpolished titles that are a ton of fun. Then, there are unofficial SideQuest games, betas, mods, and demos that can be sideloaded onto your Quest 2, many of which are free. Here are the best sideloaded games to add to your Oculus Quest or Quest 2 library.