Before you play the beta next week, make sure you meet Ubisoft's PC hardware requirements in order to play "For Honor."
Some tech trends just sort of gently creep into view. Such is the case with the growing prevalence of new types of mechanical switches on laptops and slim keyboards.
Apple sued Qualcomm in a San Diego federal court for $1 billion for allegedly charging unfair royalties for technologies used in the iPhone.
Sony announced that its PlayStation VR HMD now supports YouTube's 360-degree videos.
An AI system developed by Northwestern University professors took a standard visual intelligence test on which it scored better than 75% of Americans.
Oculus Story Studio's latest virtual reality (VR) film, "Dear Angelica," debuted at the Sundance Film Festival's VR Palace and will soon arrive on the Oculus store for the Rift HMD.
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It would appear that Tesoro has company in the (brand new) super-thin mechanical keyboard space: Azio also has a prototype, the MK-C, which is equipped with a low-profile Kailh Blue switch.
Yet another OEM known for making products other than peripherals is now making peripherals. At CES 2017, Mushkin teased its first gaming keyboard, the Carbon KB-001.
Das Keyboard has a new gaming keyboard coming, the X50, and it will be outfitted with Omron-made "Gamma Zulu" switches--which look and feel just like Logitech's Romer-G switches.