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Milton Rocha

Sixa Re-Opens Rivvr Wireless VR System Pre-Orders, Eyes March Delivery

Sixa’s Rivvr wireless VR solution is back from the dead. The company announced that pre-orders are open again, and the hardware would ship in March. And this time around, the device meets all the necessary certification requirements. Last year, Sixa…

No Comments / 52 View / January 28, 2018

Samsung Announces Large-Scale Production Of GDDR6 Memory Chips

Samsung has beaten SK Hynix and Micron to be the first to mass produce GDDR6 memory chips. Samsung’s 16Gb (2GB) chips are fabricated on a 10nm process and run at 1.35V. The new chips have a whopping 18Gb/s pin speed…

No Comments / 47 View / January 27, 2018

Dell To Sell Meta 2 AR Headsets In February

Dell today announced a partnership with Meta to expand the AR company’s distribution reach. Dell will begin selling the Meta 2 developer kits on behalf of Meta to help make AR “more accessible for business deployment.” The partnership should make…

No Comments / 47 View / January 26, 2018

NZXT Slashes Pricing, Makes Changes To N7 Z370 Motherboard

NZXT announced several changes to its recently unveiled (and first ever) N7 Z370 motherboard, citing customer feedback as a primary influence for the product’s alterations. The company said it’s making immediate changes to the N7 Z370 as the result of…

No Comments / 33 View / January 25, 2018

EFF, Lookout Discover Nation State Mobile Espionage On Global Scale

The EFF and mobile security company Lookout uncovered a global espionage campaign targeting primarily mobile users that downloaded fake secure messaging applications. The EFF and Lookout traced the “Dark Caracal” malware to a building belonging to the Lebanese General Security Directorate in…

No Comments / 39 View / January 24, 2018

RealSense D400-Series Depth Cameras Are For Devs, Not Consumers (Hands On)

Intel launched a new generation of RealSense depth cameras this week, and they feature stereo cameras, updated depth modules, and Intel RealSense D4 vision processors. Intel’s RealSense D400 Series Depth Cameras offer advanced computer vision capabilities in a convenient form…

No Comments / 145 View / January 23, 2018

Gigabyte Reveals Motherboards With Embedded Gemini Lake CPUs

Gigabyte announced new additions to its J and N series of embedded mini-ITX motherboards. The new platforms come with CPUs from Intel’s recently-announced Gemini Lake family, and replace the previous Apollo Lake-based boards. The new CPUs are divided among the Intel Pentium Silver, Celeron…

No Comments / 36 View / January 22, 2018

Energous WattUp Wirelessly Charges Gadgets 3 Feet Away

Wireless charging has been growing in popularity over the past few years, but it is still quite limited. The main convenience offered is no longer having to plug a cable into the device that needs charging, but you still need…

No Comments / 42 View / December 28, 2017

Instagram’s New ‘Recommended’ Section Will Keep You Scrolling

As if you don’t already waste spend enough time on Instagram, the Facebook-owned photo and video-sharing app has a new feature to keep you scrolling: recommended posts. As was first reported by TechCrunch, Instagram will now start adding recommended posts from people you…

No Comments / 55 View / December 27, 2017

Library of Congress to End Wide-Ranging Twitter Archiving

The Library of Congress will no longer be vacuuming up all your tweets for historical preservation. On Tuesday, the federal research library said it’s ending the practice of collecting all public tweets made over the platform. “Effective Jan. 1, 2018,…

No Comments / 69 View / December 26, 2017