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Updated SteamVR Base Stations Available To OEMs In 2018

Valve is getting ready to ramp up production of the SteamVR Tracking 2.0 base stations. The company sent out a request to SteamVR technology licensees asking for estimated purchase volumes for 2018 so that it can accurately target its production needs.

How To Build A PC (For Kids)

Tom's Hardware worked with kids to teach them how to build a PC. We put it all on video as part of our STEM Camp initiative.

Oculus Open Sources DK2 HMD Designs

On the eve of Oculus’s annual Oculus Connect developer conference, the company threw a bone to the open-source hardware community by releasing documentation for the Rift Development Kit 2 (DK2) headset.

Cooler Master Unleashes MasterCase H500P

Cooler Master announced the MasterCase H500P, which is the latest in the company’s MasterCase series of chassis.

'Overwatch' Gets Spooky With 'Halloween Terror' Event

The month-long extravaganza includes new skins for the game's heroes, fresh cosmetic items, and a new game mode that pits four people against zombie robots.

Ubisoft Details First Expansions For 'Assassin's Creed: Origins'

You don't need to cough up the extra cash to enjoy more of "Assassin's Creed: Origins."

Nokia Won’t Be Making Any New OZO Cameras

Nokia announced that it is refocussing Nokia Technologies to maximize its investment in digital health technology. As a result, the company will not be developing a new version of its stereoscopic OZO camera.

Accenture Exposes Clients' Private Keys, Passwords

Accenture, a global management consulting and professional services firm, exposed sensitive information such as private keys, credentials, and secret API data of its Fortune 500 corporate clients on the web via four publicly-accessible servers.

'Ghost Recon: Wildlands' PvP Mode Available On Console; PC Update Delayed

The update also includes improved connections for online co-op gameplay in the main campaign.

Update 4.1 Adds New Quests, Raid To 'Final Fantasy XIV'

New housing options are also available in Shirogane, and you can now participate in command missions with NPCs recruited from your Grand Company.

AMD Preps For 'Middle-Earth: Shadow Of War' With New Radeon Driver

AMD released the Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.1 driver to improve support for Monolith Productions' latest title.

ASRock X299 OC Formula Review

ASRock’s special edition overclocking board boasts a variety of customization from legendary overclocker Nick Shih. Can it beat its competitors?

Nvidia Accepting Applications For Holodeck Early Access

Nvidia announced that eligible developers and designers can now sign up for access to Nvidia’s Holodeck virtual reality collaboration platform.

Nvidia: Next-Gen 'Pegasus' AI Will Enable Level 5 Self-Driving Robotaxis

At GTC Europe, Nvidia announced its next-generation AI computer for Level 5 autonomous vehicles with 10x the performance of its current Drive PX 2 system.

Best Power Supply Units For Cryptocurrency Mining

We dove into our benchmarks to find PSUs with enough performance, reliability, and efficiency to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero and other cryptocurrencies.

Valve Licensing Its VR IP To Other Hardware Makers

In a huge move, Valve announced that it’s licensing more of its VR technology to other hardware makers who can in turn build third-party VR devices.

MSI Launches X399 SLI Plus Threadripper Motherboard For Content Creators

All you content creators out there listen up! MSI has its sights set on you with the announcement of its X399 SLI Plus motherboard.

Shortages Plague Intel's Coffee Lake Launch

As promising as they may be, most of us still can't buy a K-Series i5 or i7 Coffee Lake processor.

You'll Need 97GB Of Free Space For 'Middle-earth: Shadow Of War'

Make sure you have enough free storage space before you download the game.

Disqus Announces Data Breach On 2012 User Database

Disqus announced that hackers have stolen a 2012 database impacting 17.5 million users. Disqus hasn't seen any unauthorized logins and it also reseted everyone's passwords as soon as it found out about the hack, so the accounts should now be safe.

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