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The Oculus Touch Motion Controller Review

Oculus released the Rift VR HMD in March 2016 to mixed fanfare. Oculus built a refined piece of hardware, but the lack of hand controls hurt the Rift's appeal. It took Oculus many months to catch up, but it can finally offer hand presence with Touch.

Leap Motion Announces Mobile VR Platform, Says Surprising 'Magnitude' Of Partner Announcements Coming

Leap Motion revealed its plans to move into the mobile virtual reality market. The company is working with mobile VR device manufacturers to integrate Leap Motion sensors into future mobile HMDs.

'MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries' Announced At Annual MechCon Event

Over a decade after the last installment in the franchise, Piranha Games finally has a new 'MechWarrior' game coming in 2018.

A Recap And Trailers: The 2017 PlayStation Experience Keynote

Need something to watch for the weekend? How about some highlights from the annual PlayStation Experience keynote?

Winter 2016 - 2017 PC Games Preview

A few more games are coming out before the end of the year, but the beginning of 2017 also has some interesting game releases.

Canada Wants Software Backdoors, Mandatory Decryption Capability And Records Storage

Canadian government considers new legislation that would force companies to decrypt communications and material, use software backdoors for legal interception, and keep phone and Internet records for longer periods of time.

ASRock Updates Beebox-S Mini PCs With Kaby Lake Support

ASRock updated the Beebox-S lineup of mini-PCs with support for Intel's 7th generation (Kaby Lake) Core i3 and Core i5 processors.

AirDroid Vows To Fix Security Vulnerabilities Disclosed In May

AirDroid said it wants to release a patch to address critical vulnerabilities in its Android app within the next two weeks--almost seven months after Zimperium disclosed the problems.

Here's What You Missed From The Game Awards

It's nearly the end of the year, which means that The Game Awards are back. Take a look at the new trailers of upcoming games as well as this year's top winners.

Vertigo Games Drops Second 'Arizona Sunshine' Immersive VR Trailer

Vertigo Games continued its pioneering trend and released a second immersive VR trailer for its upcoming zombie survival game, "Arizona Sunshine."

Gigabyte’s Aero 14 Updated With GTX 1060 Graphics

Gigabyte’s thin and light Aero 14 gaming laptop was updated (finally) to Nvidia 10-series graphics, with a GTX 1060 now under the hood.

Adata Ultimate SU800 SSD Review

Adata is the first independent fab customer to bring a 3D NAND consumer SSD to market. It's a big deal but is it enough to call this drive the Ultimate SU800?

Google Announces 'Fuzz Testing' Project For Open Source Software

Google announced the OSS-Fuzz project, which aims to automated the discovery of memory corruption bugs in open source software.

European Parliament Doubles Budget For 'Free' Software Audit And Bug Bounty Projects

The EU extended the free and open source software audit (FOSSA) project with a bug bounty program, and it also doubled the annual budget to 1.9 million euros. The two projects should continue to increase the security of software used in EU institutions.

Virtual Desktop Getting Motion Control Support In Time For Oculus Touch Launch

Guy Godin revealed the next major feature update for his VR desktop emulation software, Virtual Desktop. The developer is adding support for Touch and Vive motion controls to his application when Oculus Touch launches.

Developers Respond To iPhone Call Log Privacy Blunder

Third-party developers have to choose between maintaining their users' privacy and using one of iOS 10's most welcome updates.

SilverStone Adds Two New Colors For Primera PM01 Case Series

SilverStone added two new color options, Matte Black and Titanium, to the Primera PM01 ATX and micro-ATX case series.

Intel Core i7-7700K Retest: More Oveclocking, Less Heat

Our saga to find the best Z170 motherboard for Kaby Lake continues, as we grow impatient for Z270 replacements.

VR Locomotion Is A Problem That Has Many Half-Solutions

VR locomotion is a tough nut to crack. There are several different solutions available, but none of them cover all the bases.

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