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OSVR's Academia Program Brings In 28 Universities

Among the list of universities using OSVR is Johns Hopkins University and the University of California, Berkeley.

NASA announces fresh details for Asteroid Retrieval Mission that Congress hates

NASA released new information on its plan for an asteroid retrieval mission today, but the concept faces stiff resistance from the GOP. NASA argues that this mission is critical to its long-term Mars objective.

ET deals: Dell Inspiron 15-inch laptop for $799 with a Venue 8 tablet

Are you in the market for an affordable and versatile laptop with a brand new Core i7 processor? Well, look no further. This Inspiron 15 5000 from Dell has horsepower to spare, and we found a deal that will absolutely blow the sticker price away.

Your future Amazon orders could be packaged by robots

Maybe your future Amazon orders will be packaged entirely by robots based on technology demoed at Amazon's upcoming robotics challenge.

Samsung Galaxy S 6 and S 6 Edge: Preview

Yesterday, we finally received our Galaxy S6 and S6 edge review units. We’re still working on the final review but I wanted to share some early results from both devices. For those that are unfamiliar with these two phones, the Galaxy S6es represent the result of Samsung’s “Project Zero”. Show More Summary

Toshiba Unveils 48-Layer BiCS 3D NAND

Toshiba has launched its 3D NAND salvo by announcing that it is sampling 48-layer BiCS 3D NAND with a 128 Gb die.

Force your hand: Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display

If you’ve ever wanted to give Apple the finger… Review  Last year’s update to the MacBook Pro was more notable for its £100 price cut than the modest speed bump that accompanied it. However, this year’s model is a more interesting kettle of fish, as it introduces Intel’s latest Broadwell processors to the Mac range, along with Apple’s new Force Touch trackpad doohickey.…

Wannabe a nano-bot-manufacturing giant? Better cozy up to Apple

Cupertino goliath plays kingmaker in the MEMS market Apple's demand for minute mechanical gizmos in its iThings is more or less dictating who wins and who loses among MEMS manufacturers, analysts reckon.…

Hacker builds cheatbot for hit app Trivia Crack

Method used to sniff spoilers could also be used for non-trivial attack on your mobe Security researcher Randy Westergren has reverse engineered super popular app Trivia Crack, recompiled it to help cheaters and along the way showed how to turn it into nastyware.…

Klevv Cras 16GB DDR4-3000 Memory Review

A new DRAM brand offers too many Vs and not enough Ss in its name. But what about the product it's selling? Today we see what makes Klevv’s Cras modules special.

'Virtual nose' makes VR less dizzying, say boffins

Your nose is going to be three foot wide across your face by the time I'm finished with you A Purdue University undergraduate has picked a way to stop virtual reality inducing motion sickness: program in a virtual nose.…

Samsung forgets fingerprints, focuses its eye on YOURS

Iris-scanning tech coming to Galaxy gear starting with special Tab Pro When Samsung shoved the Galaxy S5 out the door last year, one of the things it put front and centre was the new ability to log on with one's fingerprint.…

NUU Z8 Smartphone Launches With 64-Bit Chip, Dual-SIM, 32 GB Storage For $300

NUU Mobile launched its latest smartphone, the Nuu Z8, which is a higher-end flagship device that comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, LTE and dual-SIM support, for only $300.

Iwata: Nintendo Wasn't Pushed Into Developing For Mobile

The collaboration with DeNA has nothing to do with investors or pressure to build mobile apps.

MSI Unveils 970A SLI Krait Edition Motherboard Featuring USB 3.1

The new motherboard will feature two USB 3.1 ports and support Crossfire and SLI configurations.

Congress considers Patriot Act repeal as FCC Commissioner moves to block net neutrality

Congress members in the House of Representatives have proposed a bill that would obviate the Patriot Act and end the NSA's bulk data collection. Meanwhile, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai has asked the government to refuse to fund the FCC in order to block net neutrality.

IETF Begins Standardization Process For Next-Generation 'NETVC' Video Codec (Daala)

IETF begins work on the standardization of the next-generation Daala codec, which will now be called NETVC.

Bacterial spore turned into tiny graphene-coated cyborg

Researchers have created advanced humidity sensors with bacterial spores in a suit made of graphene.

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