Computing
Virtual Reality

Oculus’ head of content thinks VR exclusives are better for everyone

Oculus has been aggressive in its recent attempts to secure exclusive games, and now the company's head of content has aired his thoughts on why it's good not just for Oculus, but for VR as an industry.
Computing

Arrival of Android apps for ChromeOS forces introduction of new storage manager

An upcoming features lets Chrome OS users see how much space remains on hard drives, and what's taking up that space. This points to an app-filled future for Google's OS, long reliant entirely on web browsing.
Computing

Get your GPUs ready: New DX12 3Dmark demo is just around the corner

As you might expect from any graphical demo produced by futuremark, the trailer for its new 3Dmark demo is astoundingly pretty. It even includes just about every one of the 3Dmark demos from its history in glass cases.
Home Theater

Turn your Windows 10 tablet into the ultimate remote with new Roku app

Roku has offered a Windows 8 app for some time, but now the company is releasing an app for Windows 10 laptops and tablets. It features remote control functions and Cortana support.
Mobile

MIT researchers develop eye-tracking program for your smartphone

Researchers at MIT and the University of Georgia have developed a program that uses your smartphone's front-facing camera to track eye movement. By the end of the year, the team hopes to have it ready for commercial purposes.
Computing

New Windows 10 build squashes bugs ahead of Anniversary Update

As the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update draws near, the newest preview build that is currently being distributed to Insider program members concentrates on squashing bugs.
Computing

RIP Thunderbolt Display: Apple discontinues its only monitor

Apple has discontinued its Thunderbolt Display, the only monitor that it currently offers. Rumors suggest that the company may replace it with a 5K display sometime in the near future.
Computing

Cortana has answered 6 billion voice queries since Windows 10 launch

Despite the slow adoption of Microsoft's Windows 10 by consumers, those that have upgraded use Cortana a lot. And soon, through "conversation as a platform," they might be using it even when they're not aware that they are.
Gaming

John Romero celebrates Quake’s 20th birthday with ancient FAQ and long-lost screencaps

John Romero updated his blog with a post celebrating Quake's birthday, as the classic shooter turned 20 on Wednesday. To celebrate, Romero shared original screenshots from the game's debut.
Photography

Capture One photo editor gets workflow enhancements in latest version

Shortly after Adobe's imaging suite updates, Phase One has released the latest version of its photo editor. The bottom line? The latest version includes several useful workflow enhancements.
Computing

Corsair wants to light your desktop with its newest Vengeance DDR4 memory

Corsair launched a new line of DDR4 memory called Vengeance LED. As the name implies, the modules sport built-in LEDs, lighting up your desktop system.
Product Review

LG 27UD88-W 4K monitor Review

Where's the rest of it? LG makes a 4K monitor so sleek, it's barely there.