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IM360 announced that, in a partnership with the Sundance Institute, it has created the official Sundance VR application, which will feature the immersive cinema and VR experiences that will be shown at the Sundance Film Festival.
StarTech unveiled a new USB Type-C adapter with an HDMI port.
The Apollo 11 VR experience is nearly ready to ship, and the company behind it has just released a big update post on its Kickstarter page with many details regarding its progress and what to expect from it soon.
SilverStone announced a new SATA controller add-on card that uses an ASMedia 1062R controller that connects to the host system using a PCI-E 2.0 x2 connection and supports two SATA-III ports.
ASRock released BIOS updates for its Intel 100 Series motherboard lineup that corrects a reported bug in Intel’s 6th generation (Skylake) processors that causes the system to freeze or crash when executing complex workloads.
Microsoft announced that Windows Insiders are getting a new version of Cortana today. Microsoft’s personal assistant includes new features for calendar management and intelligent automatic reminders.
IHS Technology announced a 58 percent growth in fingerprint sensors for the 2015 compared to 2014. The number of shipped fingerprint sensors grew from 316 million to 499 million, and it's expected to reach 1.6 billion in 2020.
The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus may look just like last year's iPhones, but hardware updates and Apple's new 3D Touch feature make them feel completely new. While the new cameras and 4K video recording may get the hype, it's the 2GB of RAM that steals the show.
During the VRLA Expo this past Saturday, Starbreeze announced that it will be opening a virtual reality arcade called Project StarCade, which will provide premium VR experiences to the public with the company’s StarVR HMD.
Tom's Hardware gains unprecedented access to EKWB's manufacturing facility, taking you on a first-ever tour of the company's offices.
CCP is in the process of running a multiplayer alpha test of its upcoming Oculus Rift launch title, “EVE: Valkyrie.” This week, the company invited a new group of players to try the game out, and Tom’s Hardware managed to get in on the fun.
Tom's Hardware's ISP review series continues with Comcast, one of the industry's largest cable Internet providers. It's time to see what our readers thought of Comcast's performance, price, reliability and support.
Starting with Skylake, Intel opted to remove support for its Xeon processors on consumer-oriented chipsets and instead created two new chipsets, the C232 and C236.
"The Solus Project" puts you on an unknown planet as you are forced to survive after a spaceship crash. Explore the world and unlock the mystery behind it's previous inhabitants.
Biostar revealed a set of three new PRO series motherboards designed for AMD’s A70M chipset. The company said the new boards are targeted towards system builders looking for cost-effective parts for AMD’s platform.
"The Division" is almost here, and Ubisoft just released the PC requirements for the game. A beta is also scheduled for January 29-31 for PC players who pre-ordered the game or participate in the GeForce Experience beta.
EVGA teamed up with FSP once again to produce the new GQ line, which is one step below the highly popular G2 series. The four GQ PSUs feature 80 Plus Gold efficiency and semi-modular cabling, promising quiet operation.
Alphacool is launching a new entry to its Eis-family of high-end products. The new Eisbecher reservoir series will include a variety of sizes, materials and pump mounts, and each one will include the Light Tower effect.
CableMod made something that isn't a cable -- it's an LED strip. The strips are pretty fancy-looking, and there is even an RGB version that works with Asus' ROG Maximus VIII Formula motherboard.
We were impressed with Asus' Claymore mechanical keyboard when we saw it at Computex last summer, but the company has added more to it in the form of a detachable numpad and tight integration with its ROG motherboard BIOS.