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Headset-Less VR System Unveiled by Japanese Engineers

HIGHLIGHTS 8K:VR Ride does not require users to wear any headgear Viewers are placed on two elevated chairs just in front of a screen The semi-spherical screen entirely engulfs their field of vision A virtual reality “space ride” in which viewers feel as if they are flying through the air inside a giant glass ball has been developed in Japan. Unlike conventional ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Just Have Been Revealed by the Company

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leaks are increasing in frequency, but surprisingly, this time around, the South Korean smartphone maker might have teased the handset to us by itself. In a teaser image, shared by the Exynos team, Samsung might have given us the first glimpse of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. Separately, the smartphone has been tipped to be released in September this ... Read More »

Windows 10 Source Code Leak Confirmed by Microsoft; Data Removed by Beta Archive

HIGHLIGHTS Windows 10 source code leaked online this week New reports say leak is a minor one Leak could lead to potential Windows 10 exploits Microsoft has found itself in an embarrassing position once again with reports that a massive trove of Windows 10 source code has been leaked online this week. Some system builds related to Microsoft’s USB, storage ... Read More »

Honor 8 Lite, UberPOOL Ola Share Ban, Reliance Jio Playing by Rules, and More: Your 360 Daily

HIGHLIGHTS Stop using Windows XP or Vista by end of the year to continue using Gmail LG’s Android Wear smartwatches priced close to Apple Watches PS, Xbox piracy forums hacked, user details out in the open Globally, carpooling is seen as a viable solution for semi-public transportation. But a technicality is preventing services like UberPOOL or Ola Share to operate ... Read More »

Galaxy Note8 to have a dual 13MP camera made by Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Note8 will have dual-cameras on its back and known Weibo leakster @ice is claims the modules will be produced by Samsung Electro-Mechanics. The camera setup will feature two 13MP image sensors, which can work together to enhance the image quality. The Samsung division is allegedly working on three different dual camera modules, though the purpose of that ... Read More »

Microsoft Plans to Have a DNA-Based Computer by 2020

Computerized DNA. Pixababy. Moore’s Law will run out soon. This is the idea that computer processing power doubles every 18 months. Some scientists say they can even see our progress beginning to slow. The microchip can only get so small. At a certain point, the silicon will be too small and thin for the heat it’ll endure and it’ll fry ... Read More »

Mobile phone penetration in India set to rise to 85-90% by 2020: report

According to the report, only 44.1% of women own a mobile phone compared with 73% of men. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/ Mint Mumbai: Mobile phone penetration in India is set to rise to 85-90% by 2020 from the current levels of 65-75%, according to a report issued by Omidyar Network on Wednesday. However, only half of the smartphone owners in the ... Read More »

THINGS I LEARNED ABOUT FINANCE BROS BY (BRIEFLY) DATING A FINANCE BRO

PHOTOGRAPH BY MARY CYBULSKI / PARAMOUNT PICTURES / EVERETT   It’s not that they’re actually ever mad at the valet. They just want him to learn. And, when you think about it, they’re really doing him a favor. You could even call it “broblesse oblige.” They do. The point is, never ever bend a Porsche key. * There is an ... Read More »

What would be the suggestions by the experienced steroid users?

The steroids are considered as a way to improve the speed and strength of the body of an individual. There are numerous steroids available online and the laws in regard to the purchase, sale or use of these steroids are different from the other. The steroids have been banned and are considered illegal in some countries like China and India. ... Read More »

Education is controlled by ‘iron triangle’

The most pressing economic development issue facing Delaware today is the poor quality of our public schools. According to National Assessment of Educational Progress, Delaware’s eighth-grade math and reading results rank 31st in the nation. One third were ranked below proficient. Less than 30 percent of high school graduates are college-ready. Included in this statistic are minority students who scored ... Read More »