Archive for October, 2016
Google made public two new critical vulnerabilities in Flash and Windows, one of which has yet to be fixed by Microsoft.
Oculus Rift is capable of room-scale VR if you have a third sensor. Now you can finally order the third sensor for your VR system.
Next week, you'll be able to play Cyan's latest game in VR. That is, if you have the Oculus Rift.
CCP Games is preparing to the complete the cross-platform trinity of "EVE: Valkyrie." Before the end of November, Vive owners will have access to "EVE: Valkyrie" on Steam.
"Hitman" fans can now play their favorite game with even more performance power thanks to the latest update.
Spy puzzler "I Expect You To Die," an Oculus Touch launch title, is coming to the PSVR as well.
We belly up to this weeks' smorgasbord of news.
Zcash, an anonymous cryptocurrency, launched with the first official client. Zcash can protect the identities of senders and receivers of Zcash money, as well as the amount that is paid.
Intel's new DC P3100 series certainly isn't the first M.2 NVMe SSD to hit the market, but it marks a crucial step forward for Intel, which has experimented with the M.2 form factor for its previous-generation SATA SSDs.
Both WhatsApp and Yahoo receive official letters from European Union's group of privacy chiefs expressing concerns that the companies may not have acted in accordance with EU laws.