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Hands On With 'The Assembly' In VR, Solving Puzzles And Testing Morals

“The Assembly” is the most comfortable first-person VR game I’ve ever experienced. It did push me to make uncomfortable moral choices, though.

Tesla’s new master plan: electric trucks, buses, and ride-sharing

Every vehicle remains electric. Autopilot forges ahead; the "beta" label comes off a self-driving Tesla is 10X safer than a driver-driven car.

HTC Now Selling Vive Replacement Electronics

HTC launched the Vive Accessories store at the end of June. At the time, the important parts of the Vive, such as the controllers and base stations weren’t available. Now they are.

Powercolor Unveils Custom Cooled Red Devil RX 480 GPU

Custom cooled AMD Radeon RX 480 GPUs are on their way, and Powercolor is leading the charge with its Radeon Red Devil RX 480.

Skirmish Mode Brings Offline Play To 'Star Wars Battlefront'

You can now take down AT-ATs and fight in outer space by yourself or with a friend.

Intel CEO Confirms Kaby Lake Is Shipping To Device Manufacturers

Intel's CEO announced that it is shipping the new Kaby Lake processors to device manufacturers.

Super Talent Launches their PCIe Nova U.2 SSDs, up to 2 TB and 3 GB/s

The march to U.2 adoption is slow but coming - it is already more successful than SATA Express ever was. Consumer motherboards are now coming equipped with slots, and we've seen a single vendor supply drives to the consumer space - a...Show More Summary

HP’s Elite x3 Windows 10 Smartphone to Cost $699, Set to Be Available Worldwide

When HP introduced its flagship Elite x3 phablet earlier this year at MWC, the smartphone made a very positive impression mostly because HP decided to make a bold move and create a Windows Continuum device aimed purely at the business professional on a company contract. Show More Summary

Biggest 3D map ever made covers 650 billion cubic light years

This pointillist map peers into deep time to measure baryon oscillations, dark energy, and the expansion of the universe. It should make you feel small.

Firefox Joins Other Major Browsers In Default Blocking Of All Flash Content By 2017

Mozilla announced that Firefox will begin blocking invisible Flash content next month and that the browser will block all Flash content by default starting in 2017.

Futuremark responds to accusations of bias in new DirectX 12 Time Spy test

After Futuremark launched its new Time Spy benchmark last week, controversy erupted as end users accused the company of unfairly biasing the benchmark in favor of Nvidia. We investigate the claims and the company's response.

Moto Z DROID And Moto Z Force DROID With Moto Mods Review

Last month, the partnership between Motorola and Lenovo seemed to crystalize when the combined company stepped out with its first co-branded smartphone products that will ship here in the United States. Lenovo acquired Motorola's Mobility division from Google a couple of years back, but has rightfully lead with the iconic Moto brand for new...

Verizon Announces Price And Availability For Moto Z And Moto Z Force Droid Editions

Today Motorola and Verizon announced the availability and pricing details for the Moto Z Droid Edition and the Moto Z Force Droid Edition, the Verizon exclusive versions of Motorola's Moto Z smartphones. The Moto Z Droid with 32GB of internal storage costs $26 per month for 24 months using Verizon’s device payment plan or $624 total. Show More Summary

3DRudder VR Foot Controller Review

3DRudder is one of the first third-party peripherals to hit the VR market. It lets you move around virtual environments with your feet, while leaving your hands free for other tasks. We take it for a spin.

Assessing IBM's POWER8, Part 1: A Low Level Look at Little Endian

A few months ago, IBM brought the relatively cheap S812LC server to the market, making sure the IBM POWER8 is within the budget of almost every datacenter. In this article we assess the capabilities of the "affordable" IBM POWER8 and compare with the Intel Xeon E5 v4 to offer you the very first Little Endian, level playing field benchmarks.

NASA’s Kepler finds 104 new confirmed exoplanets

Kepler might have encountered some issues, but it's still making big discoveries.

How to undo iOS 10's most annoying feature

iOS 10 makes it very awkward to go directly from the lockscreen to the Home screen. However, there's a buried setting that restores the ability to tap the Touch ID sensor to go directly to your apps.

Cards Galore: A Quick Look At the Custom GeForce GTX 1060 Launch Lineup

The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 is here to contend for mainstream space. Alongside the NVIDIA-only Founders Edition card, we will see a large number of cards released from other vendors (I count 18 in this write up) which gives consumers...Show More Summary

Public Beta 2 for iOS and macOS Sierra bring big bug fixes and a few new features

If you signed up for the Apple's Beta Software Program then the second public betas for iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 Sierra are waiting for you.

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