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Google 'Headset Removal' Brings Your Face Into Mixed Reality Recordings

Google developed a technique that combines advanced technology including machine learning and 3D vision to bring your face back into mixed reality VR recordings.

Watch The First Gameplay Trailer For 'The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind'

A few weeks after the initial announcement, we finally get to see what Morrowind looks like in "The Elder Scrolls Online."

Don't Worry, GameStop Will Sell You A Nintendo Switch

Let's hope the hybrid game console won't follow into the NES Classic Edition's footsteps towards perpetual shortages.

Intel should be very worried about AMD's Ryzen 7 processors

For almost a decade AMD has yielded ground to Intel when it comes to processors, but the new Ryzen 7 chips change all that.

Apple's Futuristic Campus Opens To Employees In April

The 175-acre campus houses a 2.8 million-square-foot main building, a 1,000-seat theater named after Steve Jobs, a 100,000 square-foot fitness center for Apple employees, research and development facilities, a public café and Apple Store, and more.

Kids These Days... Are Making VR Games?

When you were 14, what was your greatest accomplishment? How many of you can say you wrote an app at 14? Maybe some of you have made a mobile app, but what about a room-scale VR game? I know of one young man who can make that claim.

Detectors have picked up an unexplained wave of radioactivity across Europe

The good news: experts say it probably wasn't a bomb. The bad news: we know very little else. The post Detectors have picked up an unexplained wave of radioactivity across Europe appeared first on ExtremeTech.

AMD unveils Ryzen launch dates, clock speeds, performance, pricing

Hold on to your hats, ladies and gentlemen -- things are about to get real interesting in the PC market. The post AMD unveils Ryzen launch dates, clock speeds, performance, pricing appeared first on ExtremeTech.

AMD Launches Ryzen: 52% More IPC, Eight Cores for Under $330, Pre-order Today, On Sale March 2nd

The biggest x86 launch for AMD in five years is today: Ryzen is here. As always before a major launch, AMD gives a ‘Tech Day’ for relevant press and analysts, and through this event AMD’s CEO, Dr. Lisa Su lifted the lid on one of the most anticipated products in the semiconductor industry. Show More Summary

AMD Announces Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X, 1700 And Pricing, Pre-orders Begin Today

AMD held a Tech Day event in San Francisco and laid out the pricing, specifications, and its own internally generated benchmarks for the Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X, and 1700.

Lian Li PC-O11 WX Oversized ATX Case Review

Lian Li’s latest side-by-side tower includes glass panels and the physical space for EATX motherboards. We take a closer look.

Immersion Brings Haptics To Console, VR Markets With TouchSense

Be prepared to feel the digital world like never before. Immersion's TouchSense Force brings the company's TouchSense haptic feedback technology for mobile devices to the PC, VR, and console gaming markets.

Disney creates room that can wirelessly charge hundreds of devices

True wireless power is still a no-go in consumer technology, but Disney Research has developed a version that might work in the future. The post Disney creates room that can wirelessly charge hundreds of devices appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs added to Google Compute Engine and Cloud Machine Learning

Google has added beta support for Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs to allow Cloud Platform customers to get extra computational power for deep learning tasks.

Valve Drops Mandatory Training For SteamVR Tracking Licensing; Certification Now Available For Free

Valve took steps to remove the largest barrier preventing would-be peripheral designers from pursuing SteamVR tracking certification: Hardware creators are no longer required to take an expensive training course.

Stanford researchers improve extraction of uranium from seawater

A new process for obtaining uranium from seawater could make the process cleaner, cheaper, and more accessible to countries around the world. The post Stanford researchers improve extraction of uranium from seawater appeared first on ExtremeTech.

'Darknet' Heads To PSVR On March 7

"Darknet," an Oculus Rift launch title, will head to the PlayStation VR platform on March 7. The award-winning game is about "cyberpunk hacking in virtual reality" as depicted by node-based puzzles.

Samsung To Show Off New VR Projects At MWC 2017

The projects include a virtual desktop and smartphone app; a travel-focused 360-degree video platform; a home interior app; and an app that promises to help the visually impaired watch television and read books.

Apple rumored to announce complete refresh of iPad lineup this spring

Can Apple make people want iPads again? The post Apple rumored to announce complete refresh of iPad lineup this spring appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Harman, Ultrahaptics team up for mid-air haptic feedback

Harman-Ultrahaptics prototype projects inaudible sound waves onto the driver's hand in mid-air. The driver senses a pressed button, turning knob, or an alert. The post Harman, Ultrahaptics team up for mid-air haptic feedback appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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