Gaming monitors are becoming more advanced, and none have more features than Asus’ PG27AQ, a 4K display with an IPS panel and G-Sync. But has this pushed the price beyond reason?
While Nvidia has largely been focused on the graphics processing requirements for Virtual Reality, AMD has revealed — in perhaps the most confusing and jumbled way possible — its minimum CPU specifications for Oculus Rift.
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Metal Gear Solid series creator Hideo Kojima discussed his top 10 films of 2015 on “HideoTube,” the first episode of his new web series, which was posted from Kojima Productions’ YouTube channel Thursday.
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Analytics firm Quantic Foundry has data suggesting that gamers are less interested in playing competitive games as they get older.
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Apple Music division’s first TV project to be six-part series titled Vital Signs about rap mogul, whose headphones and streaming service were bought by tech giant
Apple’s new Apple Music streaming division did not have to look too far for the subject of its first TV project. According the Hollywood Reporter, it is none other than Dr Dre, the music and film producer who made hundreds of millions when the technology giant purchased Beats headphones and streaming service Dre, started with Jimmy Iovine.
According to the film trade magazine, the six-part Dre biopic, titled Vital Signs, will be a dark semi-autobiographical drama starring and executive produced by, yes, Dr Dre.
How much would you pay to in the big screen adaptation of a popular video game? Dying Light developer Techland believes the answer is $10 million.
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Investigatory powers tribunal says CNE activities, such as activating cameras on devices without permission, are legal
Hacking of computers, networks and smartphones in the UK or abroad by GCHQ staff does not breach human rights, a security tribunal has ruled.
A panel of five members of the investigatory powers tribunal decided on Friday that computer network exploitation (CNE), which may involve remotely activating microphones and cameras on electronic devices without the owners’ knowledge, is legal.