Archive for January, 2018
Plextor released new consumer SATA SSDs built on 3D NAND flash. The M8V series drives are available in 2.5” and M.2 form factors with capacities of 128, 256, and 512GB.
It’s actually called the “bezel-free kit,” and it performs its magic trick using no active electronics of any kind. It’s literally just an optical illusion.
Nolo VR, the creator of the Nolo 6DoF Motion Tracking kit for mobile and desktop VR devices, announced Nolo Home, a content distribution platform for 6DoF content on mobile devices.
Microsoft announced that its Windows Defender antivirus will begin removing "cleaner" and "optimizer" programs that use coercive messaging to trick users into paying for "fixing" trivial or non-existent PC issues starting this March.
Caffeine announced a new livestreaming platform with real-time social interaction and a simple one-click setup process with no third-party apps. Caffeine also prioritizes messages from people in your social circle to make livestreams more personal.
AMD raked in $204 million in profit in 2017, which is a stark improvement over its $372 million loss in 2016.
The UK Court of Appeal ruled that DRIPA, the precursor to Snoopers' Charter was unlawful. This should have many consequences for Snoopers' Charter, which further expands the intelligence and hacking powers given to spy agencies and other public bodies.
Blizzard Entertainment’s next chapter in the "World of Warcraft" franchise is now available for pre-order.
Survios today announced that "Sprint Vector" would be available on all three major VR platforms in February. The developer just completed a closed beta trial, and now it’s confident the game is ready for primetime.
The combo is a one-box solution to a basic, RGB-equipped gaming setup.