The computer, which can stand on the tip of a grain of rice, is one-tenth the size of IBM's version.
Imagine going to the dealer to buy a Corolla and seeing one of these bad boys.
Valve's march toward launching new virtual reality video games—perhaps up to three of them—got more interesting on Thursday with the announcement of an update to the company's next official piece of VR hardware. After a quiet 2016 unveil, the "Knuckles" controller is back with a major revision.
Dubbed Knuckles EV2, the mold-to-your-hand controller is still a developer-only prototype, but a huge dump of official information reveals how far Valve has gone to craft what might be the ultimate VR controller: a smart twist on how hands work in virtual space and a bonus slew of buttons for older legacy games.
It'll still set you back around $1,000, but Dell's updated entry-level gaming laptop doesn't disappoint.
Chrome for Android will download the articles when you're connected to Wi-Fi so you can read them offline.
Nintendo only lets users choose from a limited number of preset profile pictures (or custom-made Miis) for their online avatar on the Switch network. So at least one Reddit user was quite surprised to see pornographic profile pictures showing up on the user-placed balloons in Super Mario Odyssey's online "Balloon World" mode.
"The picture was changed several times over the course of my time patrolling, each picture being pornographic content," Redditor ewaison writes, including links to (censored) screenshots of the offending profile pictures in their post. "There are multiple [sic] of these balloons all being made by the same user. This is obviously intentional, and made to upset children."
The reported imagery seems to trace its source back to the recent leak of an internal Switch developer menu online. We've seen pictures and reports of that previously dev-kit-exclusive system menu in the past, but users are now able to make use of an unpatchable Switch exploit to install the leaked menu on standard retail Switch hardware (as seen in his video).
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A digital era defining decision
In a decision that will define privacy in the digital age, the US Supreme Court decided 5-4 on Friday that the government needs a warrant to access its citizens' mobile phone location data.…
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US justices say law enforcement needs a warrant to follow your digital footprints.
The unbelievable deals keep coming as the Steam Summer Sale powers into its second day.
The drone footage from BBC News gives a bird's-eye view of the immigration saga.
Video game developer Bethesda claims the Westworld game uses code from Fallout Shelter.
Will a daily tally get you to take a break?
Could we be charging our iPhone, Apple Watch and AirPod all together at last?