FACEBOOK will release the first wireless Oculus virtual reality headset on May 1, according to a new report. Unveiled in October, the $199 standalone device doesn’t require a separate (pricey) PC to power its gaming and entertainment output. Instead
Global finance ministers meeting this week in Buenos Aires were planning to focus on topics like the workforce in an age of automation and how to boost infrastructure investment. Instead, their attention has turned to U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum.
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Microsofthas announcedthat all purchases of an Xbox One X next week will include a free copy of Rare's imminent multiplayer pirate extravaganza, Sea of Thieves.There is, alas, no custom console on this occasion (you'll need to opt for thelimited edition S
TWITTER wants to be more like Snapchat with a new “camera-first feature”, according to latest reports. The social network is tipped to shift its focus away from text and pivot to video and images instead. A big reason why Twitter is so famous
If the President and his administration want to make the case that imports of steel and aluminum into the United States are unfair, they have well-honed tools to do so. If, instead, they present no evidence of cheating, it is blatantly misleading to act a
A PhD candidate in Computer Science at Columbia Engineering, Brian A. Smith, created a new system for blind gamers who want to get a little racing in. The system, called racing auditory display or RAD, is truly amazing. It lets the visually impaired