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Virtual reality pr0n on the Rift? 'Why not?' says Oculus founder

Virtual muck not struck from smut bucket content glut to Luckey's luck Oculus founder Palmer Luckey has said the company will allow pornography on its VR buckets, as Oculus is committed to creating an open platform.…

Microsoft’s new rendering research could bring better visuals to Xbox One, mobile devices

43 minutes agoTechnology / Hardware : Extremetech

Microsoft has released a new paper that illustrates how the cloud offload rendering platform it talked about for Xbox One could actually be deployed in reality. Could we see a shipping solution use this tech during the Xbox One's lifetime?

Turtle Beach Promises Premium, Wireless Audio For Xbox One With Elite 800X Headset

The Turtle Beach Elite 800X brings a host of advanced features to a wireless, Bluetooth capable gaming headset for Xbox One.

Paralyzed man drinks first beer in 12 years by moving robotic arm with his brain

With the help of an implant and a fancy robotic arm, quadraplegic Erik Sorto just drink himself his first beer in twelve years. In a first for neuroscience, he also demonstrated the ability to control the precise activity of single neurons in his brain with specific thoughts, and by implication, control entire specific actions with single neurons.

Dawn captures Ceres mysterious bright spots in closest-yet photo

NASA's Dawn spacecraft is getting closer to the dwarf planet Ceres, but we still can't be sure what those bright spots are.

Biostar To Showcase Intel 100-Series Chipsets At Computex

It looks like we'll be seeing more details on the 100-series of chipsets from Intel at Computex, as told by Biostar.

'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' Gets Second Patch, Fixes Graphics And Keyboard Controls

It hasn't been a full week yet and "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" gets its second round of patches, including better response for keyboard controls and more graphical fixes.

Glowing paper could pave the way for flexible electronics

The quantum dots bound to this special paper give it remarkable light-emitting properties.

Xbox Windows 10 App Updated, Includes Avatars, Game Hub, Custom Game DVR Controls

The Xbox app on Windows 10 has a new update which includes custom controls for Game DVR, and the ability to send diagnostic information to Microsoft as it prepares for the app's live streaming feature.

Microsoft releases Windows 10 Build 10122 — and it’s a giant mess

At best, Build 10122 is a late beta that needs to be finalized in the next two to three months if Windows 10 will be released by the end of this summer. It's not looking good.

ET deals: Dell XPS 8700 quad-core desktop for $480

If you're in need of a powerful desktop that won't break the bank, take a look at the XPS 8700 from Dell. With plenty of RAM, a nice big hard drive, and a discrete graphics card, this tower is surprisingly affordable. And with today's coupon code, you can save over hundreds of dollars off the sticker price.

Össur introduces first mind-controlled bionic prosthetic lower limbs

Ideally, a prosthetic lower limb could be automatically positioned at any time in response to residual muscle commands still naturally generated by the wearer. On Wednesday, the Össur team announced that they have already achieved just that.

Xiaomi greets MediaTek with a handshake, Qualcomm feels awkward

I think we should see other processors The latest top-of-the-range phone from handset maker and rising dragon Xiaomi will use the ambitious ten core Helio X20 processor from semiconductor company MediaTek.…

Authorities expand MH370 search area further, in last-ditch attempt to locate the missing plane

The search for MH 370 continues, but poor weather conditions and the lack of results have forced authorities to widen the search grid and shift the search further south.

Crucial MX200 (250GB, 500GB & 1TB) SSD Review

Last year Micron launched M600 SSD for the OEM market, but unlike in the past there was no simultaneous retail product release. We were told that the M600 firmware features would sooner than later find their way into a Crucial branded product, which finally materialized back at CES when Crucial unveiled the MX200. Show More Summary

Multiple fondling on the MIGHTY 12-INCH iOS 9 SLAB — so, so close now

Two windows, two users at a time? How is that possible? As we approach Cupertino's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) ripened rumours continue to fall off the Apple tree.…

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Review

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 sports a big, high-quality screen; large, removable battery; speedy processor; stylus; and specialized software for power users.

ZX Spectrum 'Hobbit' revival sparks developer dispute

Elves vs. Dwarves argument among retro-devs as Men just get on and play improved game Sinclair appreciation site World Of Spectrum recently relaunched its forums, after they fell over last year and users were forced to endure a temporary replacement.…

NSA planned to infect Samsung, Google app stores with spyware

A new report highlights how the NSA tried to break into Android's App store as well as Samsung's custom version. The goal? Distribute malware to targeted smartphones in the guise of app updates.

Grand Theft Auto maker lobs sueball at BBC over biopic

Casting Harry Potter as our CEO? The nerve! A spat between the creators of Grand Theft Auto and the BBC has spilled over into a legal feud.…

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