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'Serious Sam VR' Isn’t A First Person Shooter, It’s A First Person Shoot-Em-Up

Croteam is bringing "Serious Sam" virtual reality, but unlike the rest of the franchise, "Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope" isn't a free-roaming FPS shooter. Sam “Serious” Stone doesn’t run from a fight, and in VR, neither can you.

VR Gameplay Mechanics In 'Killing Floor: Incursion'

I thought the mechanics in TripWire's "Killing Floor: Incursion" Oculus Rift title were a bit of a mess. Little did I know that the developer had a master plan.

New HTC Vive VR Controller Prototype Showcased At Valve Steam Dev Days

HTC launched the Vive less than six months ago, but Valve is already teasing a new motion controller design for the platform.

Imagination Launches Fully Heterogeneous 'I6500' MIPS CPU; Mobileye Is First Major Customer

Imagination announced its next-generation fully heterogeneous MIPS CPU from its mid-tier "I-class" of CPU cores. Mobileye, former provider of Tesla Autopilot ADAS technology, will be one of the first major customers.

Intel Slurps Up Altera Stratix 10 FPGA, HBM, ARM, SoC Alphabet Soup

Intel's new Stratix 10 FPGA, which surprisingly wields a quad-core ARM Cortex A3 processor and a dollop of HBM2 memory that offers up to 1 TBps of throughput, makes its debut.

Join Us For A 'Mafia III' Livestream At 1pm PDT

Our hands-on story on "Mafia III" is still in progress, but here's your chance to check out the game and ask questions.

Asrock Updates 100-Series Motherboards For Kaby Lake

Asrock announced that its entire lineup of 100-series motherboards are now compatible with Intel’s 7th generation (Kaby Lake) CPUs via a BIOS update.

'Hitman' Season Finale Brings Players To Hokkaido

Your skills are put to the test once again in the game's final chapter for the season.

Tom's Hardware Steam Giveaway: 'Hover Junkers'

We've got another great Steam giveaway for you! Up for grabs are three copies of "Hover Junkers." As always, one will be awarded via the raffle, and two will be given away to participants who participate in the discussion.

End-To-End Encrypted Signal App Now Includes Snapchat-Like 'Disappearing Messages'

End-to-end encrypted Signal messaging app received a "disappearing messages" feature, as well as support for a new format for cryptographic user verification.

I'd Play 'Landfall,' An Oculus Rift Third-Person RTS With Xbox Controllers, For Hours

Not everyone is keen on third-person VR games that you play with Xbox controllers. You could have counted me in that number--until I played "Landfall" at OC3.

HP Reveals New Spectre x360, Envy-Branded Premium Devices

HP announced a plethora of new premium products, including a redesigned Spectre x360 convertible notebook, new Envy-branded laptops, all-in-one (AIO) machines, and a new display.

Opposing Comcast's Internet Bandwidth Cap (Opinion)

Comcast's recent bandwidth cap was bad enough; now the ISP is trying to convince users that this is totally fine.

New 'Gen-Z Consortium' Announces Interconnect Technology Optimized For Next-Generation 'Storage Class Memory'

The new Gen-Z consortium, which consists of multiple technology, storage, and memory companies, announced a new fabric protocol.

'Squadron 42' Nearly Finished, But Not Ready For Release In 2016

Surprise, surprise. It looks like 2016 won't be the year when we'll see a finished version of Cloud Imperium Games' "Squadron 42."

The FCC Fines Comcast For Unwanted Service Charges

The FCC fined Comcast $2.3 million for placing unauthorized items on users’ bills. The settlement, which Comcast agreed to, will also help guard against this happening again in the next few years, but it falls short of fixing the problem permanently.

Oculus Disables Galaxy Note 7 Gear VR Compatibility So It Can’t Blow Up In Your Face

Samsung’s recall of the Note 7 smartphone due to the risk of explosion prompted Oculus to disable Gear VR compatibility to ensure the safety of its customers.

SilverStone Upgrades ST30SF To V2.0, May Be Using A Different OEM

SilverStone released the second version of the ST30SF SFX unit, featuring a larger, quieter 92mm fan. The rest of the changes include different power specifications and the removal of the semi-passive mode.

Western Digital Blue SSD Review

Western Digital gets back into the SSD market with another Blue series product. The new Blue SSD has SanDisk’s DNA, and it should be more competitive than the Silicon Edge from 2010.

ASRock Intros Five Apollo Lake Motherboards With Passive Cooling

ASRock announced five new motherboards with embedded Apollo Lake SoCs, all of which use passive cooling to keep your system completely silent.

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