Analogix Semiconductor, Dell, LG, and Tencent revealed plans for ICVR, or "Interface for Connected VR," in an attempt to standardize the physical connectivity of VR HMDs.
After nearly two years of development and marketing, Lucid VR is finally bringing its 180-degree 3D camera to the market. Crowdfunding partners have hardware in their hands, and the company is gearing up for general availability.
Although the company seemed to be focused mainly on its flagship P7-C1 chassis and gaming chairs, the other cases the company had on display are certainly worthy of your attention as well.
End the week with us as we race on off-road tracks in Codemasters' latest game.
The company said this change results from its decision to make the professional version of Gmail, which is included in G Suite, "more closely align" with the consumer version.
CyberArk has discovered a hooking technique that can take advantage of Intel's Processor Trace functionality to bypass Windows security features such as the "PatchGuard" kernel protection.
G.Skill announced new high-speed DDR4 memory with tighter timings specifically designed for Intel's X-series processors and X299 chipset motherboards.
SilverStone expanded its Strider Titanium series with three high capacity and highly efficient PSUs. All of the new models are fully modular and quite compact, given their power specifications.
The PC version has a physical copy of the game, the soundtrack, a manual, and Steam codes for both "Furi" and the "One More Fight" downloadable content. Only 5,000 copies were made for each platform.
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