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Today, we're looking at Acer's flagship curved gaming monitor, the Predator X34. It offers WQHD resolution, G-Sync, a 100Hz refresh rate and DTS audio in an impressive ultra-wide package.
We watched and learned as the Wargaming team—the guys behind "World of Tanks," among other titles—figured out how to shoot a WWII battelship in 360-degree video.
The latest SteamVR beta allows you to change your Vive controller and base station with 3D models and skins from Steam Workshop.
AMD and Nantong Fujitsu Microelectronics announced a joint venture that will give NFME control of AMD's assembly, test, mark and pack operations, and give AMD a large cash infusion, along with reduced liability.
Mimimi Productions will put you in command of five assassins in feudal Japan. With their combined skills, you have to carry out the Shogun's will and keep the peace in the land.
If your organization uses Slack to communicate, now you can use it to hold virtual meetings, too. AltspaceVR announced that the VR social platform has been integrated into Slack, allowing you to make VR calls to other members of your Slack group.
The Supreme Court approved an amendment to the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, Rule 41, which would give the FBI expanded powers to hack anyone from any jurisdiction, even abroad, with a single warrant.
Silverstone's Primera PM01 comes with three 140 mm LED-lit fans, a fan splitter, LED strips, excellent water cooling support, and a large front intake mesh.
Phanteks announced a new ATX gaming case called the Enthoo Evolv ATX Tempered Glass that has tempered-glass side panels and features the company’s RBG LED lighting controls.
QNAP isn't a stranger to specialty NAS systems, but the new TS-453A introduces an entirely new feature that will have you singing with joy.
"The Long Journey Home" turns a failed light jump in space into an adventure of discovery and danger as your crew makes its way back to Earth.
Frima, a small independent game developer based in Montreal, Canada, announced the launch of its first VR game. "Fated: The Silent Oath" is now available for both Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
BigScreen Beta will let you host a virtual LAN party for you and your friends to play traditional games and watch movies together, even if you're not in the same place.
Crytek has finally released its highly anticipated VR game, "The Climb," letting Rift owners experience scaling up sheer rock cliffs to the mountaintops in locations around the world, while competing to be the best.
Enermax' new fans will spin in reverse the first 10 seconds of each startup to clear out dust buildup. Neat!
Movidius announced its Fathom neural compute stick, which can improve the deep learning capabilities of an embedded device by orders of magnitude at less than 1.2W of power.
It's up to you to choose the best VR Ready builds under $750 and $2,500. Also, you get to choose the best Steam Machine build for under $1,000. Choose wisely!
Following a successful Kickstarter campaign, Jide delivered a $70 barebones mini-PC to us. The selling point? It has a custom Android-based operating system developed specifically for desktop use.
The U.S. House passed the Email Privacy Act unanimous in a 419-0 vote. The bill requires a warrant from law enforcement and other government agencies when requesting people's electronic communications.
HP was up bright and early at New York City’s Chelsea Market to announce its new Chromebook 13, a thin and light Chrome OS-powered notebook designed in collaboration with Google.