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Blog Post Archive

'Civilization 6' At E3, First Impressions

The Community Team was treated to a 27-minute video showcasing "Civ 6" gameplay at the 2K booth at E3. Here are our first impressions.

MSI, EKWB Partner On Liquid-Cooled GTX 1080, 1070 Sea Hawk EK X Graphics Cards

MSI revealed two more factory water cooled graphics cards today. The company partnered with EK Water Blocks to offer GTX 10-series cards with pre-installed full-cover water blocks directly from the factory.

Remix OS Gains New Devices And Partners, Even As Google Moves To Integrate Android Into Chrome OS

Google recently announced that we'll soon see all Android apps work inside Chrome OS, but Jide, one of the pioneers in making Android apps work well in the PC environment, continues to improve its Remix OS and announce new devices and partners.

Adata Announces Rugged HD700, Slimmer HV602S External HDDs

Adata's HD700 is a ruggedized drive is designed to survive shocks and vibrations, whereas the HV620S slots in as the slim and stylish drive.

Magic Leap, Lucasfilm Join Forces To Open Joint Mixed Reality Research Lab

Lucasfilm announced a “strategic alliance” between ILMxLAB and Magic Leap. The two companies will open a joint research facility focused on storytelling with mixed reality.

Firefox 50 Nightly Brings Contextual Identity Containers To Isolate Personal, Work Browsing

Mozilla announced a new experimental feature for Firefox 50 Nightly that isolates data into different containers, based on a certain contextual identity, such as, Personal, Work, Banking, and Shopping.

Exclusive First Look: Getting Obliterated By 'Inbound' Rockets

A little over a month ago, we had the chance to speak with the founders Gyoza Games about their upcoming Vive game, "Inbound." Gyoza is approaching the launch of the game and invited us to give it an early look.

A Peek Into The Beautiful World Of 'Obduction' On PC, Oculus Rift

We entered the world of Hunrath and took a look at Cyan's spiritual successor to "Myst" and "Riven."

More Of The Same: 'Watch Dogs 2,' Hands-On

We spent some time with Ubisoft Montreal's second installment in the futuristic, hack-based world of "Watch Dogs."

Imagination, Intrinsic-ID Bring Affordable Security Solutions To IoT Devices

Imagination and Intrinsic-ID collaborate to bring secure key generation to IoT devices.

Columbia University Research On VR Sickness Prevention, Dynamic FOV Modification Showing Promise

Two researchers at Columbia University have discovered a promising technique for reducing VR sickness by scaling back your field of view when you move an avatar in virtual space. Preliminary findings are showing significant promise.

'Titanfall 2' Hands-On At E3: Move Faster, Hit Harder

One round was more than enough to hook me into Respawn Entertainment's latest project.

Safari 10 To Block All Plugins By Default, Including Flash

The WebKit team announced that Safari 10 will block all plugins by default starting this fall, but users could still enable them manually.

Alienware Aims At Virtual Reality Market With VR Backpacks, System Updates

Alienware showcased the Aurora's new chassis and the Alpha R2, the successor to the Alienware Alpha. The Area-51 desktop receives Broadwell-E, and the Alienware 13 receives an OLED display. Two VR backpacks are being showcased, as w...

EK-XLC Predator 240 Expandable Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Offering the ease of a pre-filled kit and the convenience of standard fittings for additional water blocks, the Predator 240 looks like it could be the best of the closed and open loop designs. We check its as-delivered performance.

Tesoro Bolsters Keyboard Line With New Durandal, Tizona, Excalibur Models

There are new Durandal, Tizona and Excalibur keyboards, and each has different switches on board, giving users ample choices be they fans of Cherry, Kailh or even Gateron switches.

Apple's New iOS Privacy Features: File System Native Encryption, Differential Privacy, On-Device Deep Learning

At WWDC, Apple introduced three new major privacy features for its devices: a new file system with native encryption, differential privacy, and on-device deep learning.

Adata's Kevin Chen On The SSD Industry In Transition

Take a seat at the table during an interview with Kevin Chen of Adata during Computex 2016 as we discuss the changing SSD industry.

Nyko Moves Into VR Accessory Market, First Two Products Announced

Nyko announced that the company is embracing the virtual reality market and will being selling VR-related accessories before the end of the year.

3DRudder Now Compatible With Mobile VR

3DRudder announced that its foot-based VR locomotion controller is now compatible with the Samsung GearVR mobile HMD and Google Cardboard devices.

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