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We got the chance to try out "Raw Data" and "Sprint Vector," two upcoming VR titles developed by Survios.
Eurocom revealed two Pascal-based laptops. The Tornado F5 is available in GTX 1060 and GTX 1070 configurations. The Sky X9E2 is available in GTX 1070, GTX 1080, SLI 1070 and SLI 1080 configurations.
The Windows 10 Anniversary Update has arrived, and you can skip the rollout period by manually updating to version 1607.
The latest "LawBreakers" trailer illustrates the chaotic remnants of Santa Monica in the new 'Promenade' map. The public alpha for "LawBreakers" begins this weekend.
Project Tango’s area learning technology was demonstrated during Google I/O. Additionally, Lenovo will release the first consumer Project Tango-enabled device later this year.
Bethesda announced sign ups to join "Elder Scrolls: Legends" closed beta, with more players being allowed to try the game out during the coming months.
Acer announced the Chromebook 14 for Work, a device featuring military-grade build quality and a 6th generation (Skylake) Intel Core processor.
LucidVR, creators of the LucidCam, announced its partnership with Wistron Corporation, which will help bring the LucidCam to the mass market.
Tenda released the P1002P, a Powerline Adapter with two LAN ports, allowing multiple wired devices to connect anywhere in your home via your home’s powerline.
Linksys announced that three of its routers, the WRT1900AC, WRT1200AC and the WRT1900ACS will receive DD-WRT support.
Amped Wireless announced it is now shipping the TAP-EX3 HighPower AC1750 Touch Screen Wi-Fi Range Extender, a wireless solution that the company said adds additional coverage of up to 12,000 sq ft.
We had the chance to take a good look at the new be quiet! products including its new Silent Base 600 case, along with the SilentWings 3 and Pure Wings 2 fan series.
The Galaxy Grand Lite would fill an international spot between the older Grand and the pending Grand 2.