Archive for June, 2016
Starbreeze AB announced the acquisition of ePawn, a French technology company with patents involving NFC technology. The purchase gives StarVR access to a custom room-scale tracking system.
The Das Keyboard 5Q allows each RGB switch to be color-controlled over the Internet.
XSPC announced that it will be launching a new lineup of more affordable GPU blocks. The company has released preview renderings of the first block in the series.
The Belgian Commission for the Protection of Privacy, which sued Facebook for tracking non-users of the service, lost the case on appeal due to a jurisdiction conflict. The agency will examine whether it will take the case to the Court of Cassation.
At Computex, Galax showcased its new lineup of GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 cards, which range from the ultra high-end HOF card to the lower-end Virtual Edition model.
HTC opened up a webstore that will sell accessories and replacement parts for the Vive VR HMD. There aren't many parts available yet, but HTC said that you'll be able to get cushions, controllers, headphones and more.
A recent House Committee on Homeland Security report said that lawmakers still need to learn more about encryption before rushing to regulate it, as that could have many unintended consequences.
Volition's latest game has you in charge of a group of agents poised to take down an evil organization bent on conquering the world.
Microsoft is preparing the next major update for Windows 10, which will drop just after the free upgrade period for the OS expires. The Windows 10 Anniversary Update will introduce several new features to Microsoft’s latest operating system.
CyberPowerPC unveiled its new Arcus AIO gaming PC line, which features GPU options such as AMD’s Radeon RX 480 and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080.