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A next gen HP VR headset is here

Published on 03/23/2020 @ 4 PM EST

Developed in collaboration with Valve and Microsoft, the next-gen HP VR headset delivers a more immersive, comfortable and compatible experience than the previous generation. The promise, according to HP, is a "more immersive, comfortable, and compatible experience than the previous generation."

Google will be completely canceling Google I/O 2020

Published on 03/20/2020 @ 6 PM EST
Google has completely canceled Google I/O 2020, its biggest event of the year, due to the ongoing spread of the novel coronavirus. The company announced on March 3rd that it canceled the physical I/O event, but now the entire event is off.

Netflix and other streaming services might switch to SD during the COVID-19 crisis

Published on 03/20/2020 @ 10 AM EST

Netflix and other streaming platforms have been asked to switch to standard definition during periods of peak demand by the European Commission. This is because, as the coronavirus crisis grows, it's putting an unprecedented load on internet infrastructure.

WhatsApp launches coronavirus fact-checking hub

Published on 03/18/2020 @ 3 PM EST
The company has created an information hub that provides advice on how users can look after friends and family, stay cognizant of the latest developments and share verified information. They have also provided the Poynter Institute's International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) with a $1 million grant.

Sony finally reveals the full PS5 hardware specifications

Published on 03/18/2020 @ 3 PM EST

Designed with developers in mind, the Sony PS5 Next-Gen Console has what they need. In fact, this gaming console contains a solid-state drive. That means that designers get even more freedom than they've ever had before because it loads fast and allows for bigger worlds. It's planned for release this holiday, 2020.

Intel’s neuromorphic chip can ‘smell’ 10 hazardous chemicals

Published on 03/16/2020 @ 4 PM EST
Researchers from Intel and Cornell University trained a neuromorphic chip to learn and recognize the scents of 10 hazardous chemicals. In fact, the tech might enable "electronic noses" and robots to detect weapons, explosives, narcotics, and even diseases in the future.