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A bundle with the famed Oculus and a ready-PC? It'll only cost you a cool ~$1500
Asus, Dell, and Alienware towers certified to run virtual reality.
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No Linux option. It isn't Ryan Grange ready (tm)(c)(ymmv).
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Hm, seems like the stuff of Hollywood film: "The National Football League, one of the largest funders of brain research in the US, has subtly worked to influence research efforts and downplay the link between brain disease and the beloved sport."
Questions raised over helmet sensors as study links successive blows to brain damage.
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The NFL is trying to limit liability. 
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"Fix is elusive" tends to be a terrible phrase when reporting on hacks, ugh.
Apps that use 3rd-party updater over insecure HTTP channels subject to MiTM attacks.
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"Of all the things that death steals from us, it is, perhaps, the loss of the minutiae that injures most. Year by year, time whittles at our recollection until there is only the shape of the person, weightless and insubstantial as a ghost. Though a natural consequence of our neurological system, it remains a poignant failure of biology: that inability to hold onto the little things. Digital media might not—at least for now—be able to supply olfactory input or convey the texture of a loved one’s hand, but it can potentially help us hold on to the other thing"
The advent of high technology has changed the conversation about our mortality.
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Skip the Oscars this month, get this documentary from abroad instead.
2000AD</em>'s origins, industry-leading contributors honored in a proper documentary.
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Annual reminder: there's no need to fret over that DVR recording of yesterday's game
Yes, you can record Sunday's game. And you can talk about it.
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Deep Space Nine and Voyager, but also Pushing Daisies and Hannibal. Count us in.
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+Jon Belanger can we make an exemption for Robert Picardo?  For the most part Him and Jeri Ryan carried that show as far as acting goes.
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If The Witness has you itching for puzzlers, head for Unravel next
EA's adorable puzzle platformer is tight, sincere, and fun.
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This IS cool! It's crazy, cuz I was Just watching some Gameplay of the Trial version!
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Possibly an understatement on the second half, @andrewzellis.
"Great concept, poor execution"
EFF criticizes broad language: "This bill as drafted is clearly unconstitutional."
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A lot more than your average walk in the woods.
First-person wanderer is a beautiful, if clipped, walk in the woods.
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VR filmmaking, still very much in its infancy.
Film festival sponsorship doesn't spare these directors from their early-VR mistakes.
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"In practice, the arsenal plane will function as a very large airborne magazine, networked to 5th-generation aircraft that act as forward sensor and targeting nodes.”
Converted older planes would carry firepower directed by F-35s and F-22s remotely.
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Sounds like someone at the DoD is a Dale Brown fan.
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