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Trends with Benefits: Are esports competitors actually athletes, or not?

We talk about everything this week, from the Hyperloop to SpaceX, and even get into a debate on if esports gamers are actual athletes or not. Join the DT crew as we discuss some of the hottest tech stories of the week.
Gaming

Ubisoft reveals 'Ghost Recon Wildlands' environments, special editions

Ubisoft is showing off the vast wilderness featured in Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands as part of an extended promotional event in the weeks leading up to an expected E3 showcase in June.
Gaming

Report claims first Xbox One virtual reality game is coming in 2017

An unnamed but "major" development studio is reportedly working on a virtual reality game for the Xbox One, fueling speculation surrounding a possible hardware revision launching in 2017.
Gaming

‘Minecraft’-inspired RPG ‘Dragon Quest Builders’ hits US shores in October

Publisher Square Enix announced that its Minecraft-inspired sandbox construction game Dragon Quest Builders is headed to the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in North America and Europe later this year.
Computing

New Windows 10 Insider Preview build turns Cortana into your personal DJ

Microsoft has launched Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14352 to participants of the Fast Ring. This build provides improvements to Cortana, Windows Ink, and the Game Bar. This build arrives with a long list of fixes and known issues on the…
Computing

HP has a backpack PC for tether-free VR in the works under the Omen X brand

In addition to revealing new Omen products, HP is working on an Omen X product that's essentially a desktop PC you can wear on your back that supports VR headsets. There's no street date for this mobile PC, but the company plans to start…
Gaming

Who threw that punch? Capcom puts 25-year-old ‘Street Fighter II’ mystery to rest

Ever wonder who those two characters duking it out in the intro to Street Fighter II were? After 25 years of speculation, Capcom has finally unveiled their identities to the world.
Computing

New Geforce GTX 1080 cards from Zotac will strut their stuff at Computex

Zotac is teasing customers as the company plans to showcase new cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 chip next week during Computex. One of them is based on Nvidia's Founders Edition design, while the other two fall under Zotac's AMP…
Computing

The new gaming mouse from Tt eSports packs a crazy 16,000 DPI laser sensor

Tt eSports has added a new gaming mouse to its Level 10 lineup that packs a laser sensor capable of 16,000 DPI. It also has honeycombed-based ventilation to keep your hand cool during long marathons.
Gaming

Bullet hell’s about to get hotter: Shooter ‘Score Rush’ upgraded for PS4

Indie studio Xona Games announced that its acclaimed multiplayer shoot-'em-up Score Rush will see a significant upgrade with the launch of a remastered PlayStation 4 edition next week.
Gaming

'The Kingdom of Loathing' RPG spinoff seeks Steam Greenlight approval

The creators of the hit free-to-play browser game The Kingdom of Loathing are pitching a Western-themed RPG sequel via Steam Greenlight ahead of a planned PC release in early 2017.
Cars

How The Stig traded in his white helmet for an Oculus Rift and Project Cars

Top Gear’s former Stig, Ben Collins, has put his real world skills into sim racing development. In this interview, he reveals his favorite car and track combination, as well as what it feels like to have his “virtual ass kicked.”