Donning a headset to enter a 3-D world is no longer science fiction. Thanks to the Dodocase VR Pop-Up Viewer, Samsung Gear VR, and Zeiss VR one, virtual reality is now an easy-to-try—and eye-popping—trip
Sony's PlayStation Vue live TV streaming service will cost $50 to $70 a month. Apple is working on a live TV streaming service that is expected to cost $25 to $35 a month. Both of these are about as much as cable/satellite bills are now. Just because we're moving from cable boxes to web streaming doesn't mean we'll being paying any less. From the way things are shaking out so far, I get the feeling that this'll all end up costing us the same if not more than what we all pay now for the cable/satellite services we're almost all unhappy with. As the saying goes: "New boss, same as the old boss."
Lenovo has disabled and discontinued loading laptops with an ad-serving software called Superfish that, according to security researchers, makes it easy for attackers to access encrypted Web data, and even online passwords.
Arizona education officials may say it’s illegal to teach his writing, but KRS-One isn’t backing away.
The hip host artist offered a three-hour lecture to students at Tucson’s Cholla Magnet High School Wednesday where he discuss...
I've tried pretty much all the VR headsets out there and the two I used this week, Sony's Project Morpheus and HTC Vive, have wowed me the most so far. It's got a ways to go, but face computing just keeps getting better...
I strapped on two new VR headset prototypes at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this week: the Vive from HTC and Valve, and Project Morpheus from Sony. Virtual reality has never before been so...real.
Three months after the State Department confirmed hackers breached its unclassified email system, the government still hasn’t been able to evict them from the network, say three people familiar with the investigation.
Google Now is no longer just about predictive search results (which it's been pretty awesome at for a couple years now). Starting today, Google Now will begin nudging users (Android first, with their permission) to spend money with other apps on their phone such as Airbnb, eBay, and Lyft.