Intel Revealed ‘Project Alloy’ first merged reality wireless VR headset!

Reading Time: 2 minutes During his opening keynote at the 2016 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on Tuesday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich unveiled Project Alloy, an all-in-one virtual reality solution made from the ground up. A clear example of the future of merged reality today, the Alloy platform completely redefines what is possible in an all-in-one VR platform.…… Continue reading Intel Revealed ‘Project Alloy’ first merged reality wireless VR headset!

Microsoft’s HoloLens in action!

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Microsoft’s event this afternoon may have focused on Windows 10, but the biggest news out of it was HoloLens — a headset that lets its wearer augment their world with apps, games, and other information. Since that’s a difficult experience to convey on stage, Microsoft first presented its vision for what’ll be possible with HoloLens…… Continue reading Microsoft’s HoloLens in action!

Malware Warning: FileZilla FTP Copycat StealZilla

Reading Time: 3 minutes On January 28th, the makers of open source FTP application FileZilla announced that tainted versions of their program are circulating the web.  Known collectively as StealZilla, these versions contain malware that steals server log-in credentials and sends them to the attacker. Identifying StealZilla StealZilla is being spread by third-party websites unassociated to FileZilla.  If you…… Continue reading Malware Warning: FileZilla FTP Copycat StealZilla

The Internet Browser Series by DigiArtist MikeRoshuk

Reading Time: 2 minutes Well its been about a year since I first started planning this series, and it is now finally complete! Probably the nerdiest thing I’ve ever done haha… Gallery: All Quotes from the Website: GOOGLE CHROME This was the first concept that popped into my head when I first got the idea for my Internet Browser…… Continue reading The Internet Browser Series by DigiArtist MikeRoshuk

Russia Hacked ‘Hundreds’ of Companies Worldwide

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hackers with deep ties to Russia and its government have been penetrating the computer networks of energy companies in Europe, the United States and Asia, according to a new report. The campaign, dubbed “Energetic Bear,” targeted hundreds of companies in more than 23 countries, according to the cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, which revealed the operation in…… Continue reading Russia Hacked ‘Hundreds’ of Companies Worldwide

Dabbling in Microsoft Is Enough for Gates

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Bill Gates, the chairman and former chief executive of Microsoft, is more involved with the company now than he has been in years. But he does not — repeat, not — want to run it. Since Microsoft began a search for a new chief executive months ago, Mr. Gates and people close to him have said that…… Continue reading Dabbling in Microsoft Is Enough for Gates

This is what you need to build a solid Raspberry PI Mini PC

Reading Time: 3 minutes So let’s beginn, we choose our Austrian Resellers, but it’s more about the configuration: -Raspberry Pi Typ B 512MB: 27,40€ http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/raspberry-pi/raspberry-pi-type-b/raspberry-pi-type-b-single-board-computer-512mb/7568308.aspx -Samsung 8GB MicroSD,Adapter,Rasp Pi OS Pre-Installed: € 10,48 http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/rs/8gb-microsd-with-adapter-and-raspberry-pi-os-installed/7796770.aspx -Edimax Wireless Nano USB-Adapter:  € 11,00 http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/edimax/ew-7811un/edimax-wireless-nano-usb-adapter/7603621.aspx -Micro USB Power Supply Adapter,5V,2A: € 7,01 http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/rs/hnp10i-microusb/micro-usb-multi-head-power-supply-for-raspberry-pi/7653311.aspx -OPTIONAL FROM RS / Camera Module for Raspberry Pi: € 20,36 http://raspberrypi.rsdelivers.com/product/raspberry-pi/camera-module/raspberry-pi-hd-video-camera-module/7757731.aspx -Cyntech Pink…… Continue reading This is what you need to build a solid Raspberry PI Mini PC

John Carmack officially leaves id Software

Reading Time: < 1 minutes John Carmack, co-founder and technical director at id Software, has left the company to focus his full-time attention on his role as chief technical officer at Oculus VR. Here’s the official statement from Tim Willits, studio director at id Software: “John Carmack, who has become interested in focusing on things other than game development at id, has resigned…… Continue reading John Carmack officially leaves id Software

5 Fun and Awesome USB Drives That Think Outside the Box

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Trek Technology and IBM began selling the first USB flash drives commercially in 2000. Trek Technology sold a model under the brand name “ThumbDrive”, and IBM marketed the first such drives in North America with its product named the “DiskOnKey”, which was developed and manufactured by M-Systems. IBM’s USB flash drive became available on December…… Continue reading 5 Fun and Awesome USB Drives That Think Outside the Box

Chinese Bitcoin exchange DISAPPEARS, along with £2.5 Million

Reading Time: 2 minutes hinese Bitcoin exchange GBL has shut down, taking with it over 25 million yuan (£2.5m, $US4.1m) of investors’ money, in another warning to those who don’t look before they leap with the digital currency. Users first suspected something was up on October 26th when they could no longer access the site of Global Bond Limited…… Continue reading Chinese Bitcoin exchange DISAPPEARS, along with £2.5 Million

Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse Video Review

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Logitech’s G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse is currently being offered for only $54.99 shipped, today only, originally priced at $99.99. For gamers who know there is no such thing as “over-prepared”, the G700s is a must-have. Precise? Check. Customizable? 13 programmable buttons will perform complex macros at your command.   Notable features: Full-speed USB performance whether wireless…… Continue reading Logitech G700s Rechargeable Gaming Mouse Video Review

Kim Dotcom’s MEGA Exits Out Of Beta With Improved UI, New Features

Reading Time: < 1 minutes Earlier this year, Kim Dotcom launched MEGA into beta as the file-hosting service offers some nice perks such as giving users 50GB of storage for free among other things. It’s been ten months since the debut of MEGA, and today, the service has been taken out of beta.   With its exit from beta, MEGA…… Continue reading Kim Dotcom’s MEGA Exits Out Of Beta With Improved UI, New Features

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