Hapto VR Controller Brings Feeling To VR

Virtual Reality is still in its earliest stages, and there is already a solution that looks to bring users a far more immersive sensory experience in all ecosystems, with the sensation of touch, in the form of Hapto VR. The Hapto VR controller is a twist on the quickly growing VR glove niche that not only […]

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Google Can Now Be Ordered To Remove Search Results Globally

Google must comply with requests to remove search results from all international versions of its Search tool if a country’s authorities believe such a measure necessary. The new rule is the result of a ruling from Canada’s Supreme Court, springing from a 2012 case involving Equustek Solutions Inc, who asked Google to remove some results […]

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New ‘GoldenEye/Petya’ Ransomware Quickly Spreading Worldwide

Ransomware is in the news again, this time in the form of software called Petya, along with a variant of the thereof known as GoldenEye, and it is hitting mission-critical operations worldwide. Thus far, major targets like radiation monitoring systems at Chernobyl, the Kiev metro, and no small amount of banks have been affected. Much […]

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Galaxy S9 Lineup Could Use 8nm Exynos and 7nm Snapdragon SoC

Samsung’s next flagship Galaxy S device may well end up using two completely different types of processors – a 7-nanometer chip from Qualcomm and an 8-nanometer chip from Samsung’s own foundry. Samsung’s flagship Galaxy devices have typically used the company’s own Exynos processor in some parts of the world and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon in others; since […]

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TWRP & Root Now Available For The Honor Pro 8

Huawei’s Honor 8 Pro can now have the TWRP recovery flashed and be rooted, thanks to XDA Developers user OldDroid. TWRP is reportedly working perfectly fine, aside from some apparent hangups when it comes to messing around with partitions that are encrypted. In order to install TWRP, the user must simply boot the phone into the […]

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HTC Vive VR Headset Coming To Tate Modern Art Gallery

HTC has announced that its Vive VR headset will be featured in an exhibit at Tate Modern, a London art gallery that specializes, as the name implies, in modern art. The exhibit that the Vive will be featured at is centered around celebrated painter Amedeo Modigliani, an Italian-Jewish artist whose work was mostly produced in Paris, […]

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T-Mobile Suffers Data Outage In 12 States And D.C.

T-Mobile fell victim to a massive partial network outage on Thursday, which affected users in parts of 12 states and Washington, D.C. The full list of states that had affected users includes Virginia, New York, Pennsylvania, California, New Jersey, Florida, Missouri, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maryland, Ohio, and Texas. The outage left customers unable […]

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Lead Nest Designer Defects To Louis Vuitton

Nest’s lead industrial designer since 2013, Rocky Jacob, has reportedly left the company to lend his talents to LVMH Moët Hennessy, the French chapter of Louis Vuitton’s global accessory empire. The well-known fashion firm will receive the former Nest designer as its chief product officer for luxury luggage lineup Rimowa. He will be overseeing and […]

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US Carriers Court BYOD Users Amid Longer Upgrade Cycles

Wireless carriers in the United States are catching on that people are less inclined to buy new smartphones these days, and are responding with competing offers meant to appeal to the BYOD crowd. Sprint is the latest and most dramatic example, offering a free year of unlimited service to switchers from its three rival carriers […]

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Study Predicts AI Will Increase Profits 38% By 2035

A new study published by Accenture shows that the artificial intelligence boom happening across industries shows strong potential to bring corporate profits up around 38% by 2035. Specifically, the powerful revolutionary force stands to add about $14 trillion across 16 industries. Annual growth figures for some industries, as seen in the charts below, are set […]

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