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Downpour Interactive's VR military simulation, "Onward," gives us a glimpse of what multiplayer FPS shooters could eventually become. It's not perfect, but its a step in the right direction.
USBKill.com publicly launches its "USB Killer 2.0" to show that most computing devices with USB ports are still vulnerable to power surge attacks. The company also made a "Test Shield" available, which allows device makers to test their devices safely.
Who knew that a typing game would be so enjoyable in virtual reality?
Google used its DeepMind AI technology to drastically improve how natural its text-to-speech engine can sound. The project is still only in the research phase for now due to how computationally expensive it is, but it showed great promise.
"Mars Odyssey" taught me more about the red planet in less than an hour than I learned about it during four years of high school and more than a decade of personal curiosity. Steel Wool Studios’ Mars experience should be part of the mandatory curriculum.
In-the-know cooling enthusiast use thick radiators and fan sandwich configurations to boost cooling without altering a case. What happens when a value cooling brand leverages both of these concepts into a 120x240mm, sub-$100, closed-loop kit?
“Welcome To Raptor Valley. Pull the trigger to arm your weapon.” There you go; you’ve equipped your flashlight. Did you think we’d give you a gun? HAH! That would be too easy! "Raptor Valley" is about survival, not slaughter. Good luck! You’ll need it.
Mixed reality video with photorealistic graphics from Unreal Engine is coming to live TV productions in 2017 thanks to The Future Group's Frontier Interactive Mixed Reality technology.
Inno3D announced a new flagship GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card called the iChill Black. The GPU aims to keep temperatures low with its hybrid cooling system, which features a 120-mm radiator and a single 80-mm fan over a direct-contact MOSFET heatsink.
Chrome 56, which should be released in January 2017, will mark HTTP pages that transmit credit card information or passwords as "Not Secure." In later versions of Chrome, will further expand the "Not Secure" label to all HTTP web pa...
NASA is using the Manus VR glove peripherals to help train astronauts for life on the International Space Station. The space agency built a simulation that will teach astronauts what it's like to interact with objects in zero gravit...
IBM announced new server systems based on its updated Power8 CPUs and Nvidia's latest Tesla P100 GPUs for deep learning applications. IBM's new systems promise up to 80% increased performance per dollar spent compared to Intel-based configurations.
Square Enix released the Direct X 12 patch for "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided," and AMD was ready and waiting with a new hotfix graphics driver that addresses DX12 support on Day One.
You can now play the new "Deus Ex" game with the latest DirectX API.
The old Wintel paradigm is re-emerging, and this time the two tech giants are tackling the VR, AR, MR (XR) market. Here is their plan.
In Win is well known for its innovative (And incredibly expensive) cases, but there is no doubt that they sport a unique design and looks. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, In Win created a case and PSU limited edition bundle (consisting of the D-Frame
Patriot brings the first M.2 Phison PS5007-E7 SSD to market with its new Hellfire products. The SSDs usher in a new era for NVMe-based products with a low price point that might sway users to move beyond SATA.
Sony's answer to the Xbox One S (and Project Scorpio) arrives in two months. Prepare your wallets.
The Oversight and Government Reform Committee released a report in which it blamed the former OPM leadership for the weak security policies that allowed the largest U.S. government data breach to happen.
It looks like the slimmer PlayStation 4 is real, and you won't have to wait long to get it.