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[VIDEO] You can now create your own Ninja in the latest Naruto game, Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker - SGCafe
Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker will boast a new Avatar system which lets players create their own Ninjas! Now, Bandai Namco is putting this new Avatar System in the spotlight thanks to a brand new PV. The video also highlights other aspects of the game, such as the online battle mode, 4V4 battles, and Flag...

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[VIDEO]  You  can  now  create  your  own  Ninja  in  the  latest  Naruto  game  to  Boruto:  Shinobi  Striker 
august 2017 by vrzone
Move Along Apple Pay, Singaporean Kids Can Soon Pay With Fingerprints
Students in school can soon leave behind their cash, cards, wearables or smart wallets and simply use just two fingers to pay. Coolpay introduces the world’s first Biometric payment system for local schools. Partnered with POSB, NETS, STYL and 3Radical as part of the POSB Smart Buddy programme, the device known as Touché will introduce...

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Move  Along  Apple  Pay  Singaporean  Kids  Can  Soon  With  Fingerprints 
august 2017 by vrzone
Logitech’s New MX Mice Can Control up to 3 Computers at Once
Most mice out there are only intended to be connected to just a single PC at a time. Logitech’s new MX mice however, have been designed with multi-device connectivity in mind. The flagship Logitech MX Master 2S and MX Anywhere 2S can control up to three PCs at once, making them an ideal choice for...

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Logitech’s  New  MX  Mice  Can  Control  up  to  3  Computers  at  Once 
june 2017 by vrzone
Dell’s Ultrasharp 30” 4K OLED Monitor Can Now be Yours for $3500
Remember the 4K OLED monitor that Dell showcased at CES 2016 in Las Vegas? Well, Dell has finally started selling the monitor. For now, the monitor is up for purchase in the US, where it carries a $3499.99 (SGD 4891). Dell will begin shipping the UP3017Q in one to two weeks, so consumers in the...

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Dell’s  Ultrasharp  30”  4K  OLED  Monitor  Can  Now  be  Yours  for  $3500 
april 2017 by vrzone
Here’s how you can watch the Samsung Galaxy S8 launch live today
In a few hours from now, Samsung will be announcing its new flagship duo – the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. The Galaxy Unpacked 2017 event will be held simultaneously both in London and New York, starting at 23:00 SGT. Samsung will be live streaming the launch event on its website, so all you...

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Here’s  how  you  can  watch  the  Samsung  Galaxy  S8  launch  live  today 
march 2017 by vrzone
Video Games Can Help Treat Depression
A new study suggests games might give patients back a sense of control. Brain training and video games are increasingly being thought of as effective tools for helping patients with depression. Special video games have been designed specifically for mental health treatment, built to help users feel as if they’re more in control of their...

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Video  Games  Can  Help  Treat  Depression 
march 2017 by vrzone
Review: Bose QC35 Noise-Cancellers Can Soundproof Your Life
With every mention of Noise-Cancelling, Bose is one of the first names the come up. And no wonder, they have been the industry leaders since the early 2000s when the first QuietComfort headphones were released. Here we are going to talk about the wireless Bose QC35, said to be the industry’s leading consumer noise-cancelling headphones –...

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Review:  Bose  QC35  Noise-Cancellers  Can  Soundproof  Your  Life 
march 2017 by vrzone
FuriBee 36: The Lightest and Cheapest Drone You Can Find
The FuriBee 36 is perhaps the world’s cheapest and lightest drone available. So if you thought your drone flying hobby was going to be expensive to maintain, think again. For just USD 13.99, you can be the proud owner of a 6-axis stabilised gyrocopter. The FuriBee 36 will have a 2.4GHz control system that ensures...

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FuriBee  36:  The  Lightest  and  Cheapest  Drone  You  Can  Find 
march 2017 by vrzone
OnePlus 3T Review: The Most Affordable Flagship You Can Have
Instead of the OnePlus 4, we got the OnePlus 3T as the next addition to the awesome lineup of smartphones from OnePlus. The renowned smartphone maker has made some much-needed upgrades to the already spectacular OnePlus 3, with an upgrade in its speed, battery life and camera, making it one of the most formidable smartphones...

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OnePlus  3T  Review:  The  Most  Affordable  Flagship  You  Can  Have 
march 2017 by vrzone
Rhinos Headphones Are Tough As Nails, And Can Take A Splash Too
Want a pair of headphones that are shockproof and water-resistant? Engineered by leading rugged-gear company Outdoor Tech, Rhinos headphones can follow you everywhere you want to go – be it trekking through the Himalayas, or Kayaking in the Komodo Islands. Outdoor Tech is a California-based tech company popular for their rugged power banks and wireless Audio...

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Rhinos  Headphones  Are  Tough  As  Nails  And  Can  Take  A  Splash  Too 
february 2017 by vrzone
Meet Pro-Ject's New Wireless Turntable That You Can Mount
Want a sexy Turntable that you can mount, and connect to your speakers by Bluetooth? You won’t have to wait much longer with the new Pro-Ject VT-E BT Turntable. This is a new wireless version of the original VT-E. The belt-driven VT-E BT builds on the original by adding its own phono pre-amplification and a Bluetooth...

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Meet  Pro-Ject’s  New  Wireless  Turntable  That  You  Can  Mount 
february 2017 by vrzone
You can fill up the internal storage of the Nintendo Switch with a single game
Nintendo Japan has posted the file sizes for launch titles for the Nintendo Switch, which will be heading to retail stores next week. With the hybrid console sporting a paltry 32GB internal storage — which will have 26GB available to the user — there’s always the issue that downloadable digital titles will quickly fill up...

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You  can  fill  up  the  internal  storage  of  Nintendo  Switch  with  a  single  game 
february 2017 by vrzone
Sudio Regent Review - Delightful Swedish Headphones That You Can Personalise
[Enjoy Sudio’s Spring/Summer 2017 promo when you order your own Sudio Regent Wireless Headphones online. You’ll get 15% off + 20% Tax Rebate + Free Shipping to Singapore when you enter discount code ‘VRZONE‘ upon checkout. You will also receive a free Limited Edition White Marble Phone Case per order. Available for selected iPhone and...

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Sudio  Regent  Review    Delightful  Swedish  Headphones  That  You  Can  Personalise 
february 2017 by vrzone
Nintendo has 'mastered' Unreal Engine 4, says PC games can be easily ported to the Switch
Nintendo’s creative director Shigeru Miyamoto revealed in a call with investors that the company’s developers have “mastered” modern gaming engines like Unreal Engine 4. Nintendo’s consoles — like the Wii U — have been walled off when it comes to software support, but this time around, the company has announced that it is embracing Unreal Engine...

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Nintendo  has  ‘mastered’  Unreal  Engine  4  says  PC  games  can  be  easily  ported  to  the  Switch 
february 2017 by vrzone
You Can Now Make Financial Trades In VR With A Swiss Bank
When you think of a Swiss bank, you tend to have a very traditional image. A large vault deep underground, a fussy old man in a nice suit. Today, however, there has been another breakthrough in VR technology, and a Swiss back is behind it. Swissquote, which already bucks trends by being fully online, has...

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You  Can  Now  Make  Financial  Trades  In  VR  With  A  Swiss  Bank 
february 2017 by vrzone
ASUS Tinker Board is a Raspberry Pi rival that can play 4K video
ASUS has launched a rival to the Raspberry Pi that offers the ability to decode 4K video. At the heart of the board is a Rockchip SoC that offers four Cortex A17 cores running at 1.8GHz, an ARM Mali-T764 GPU, and 2GB of DDR3 RAM. The Cortex A17 CPU is 32-bit and not 64-bit like the...

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ASUS  Tinker  Board  is  a  Raspberry  Pi  rival  that  can  play  4K  video 
january 2017 by vrzone
VR can Reduce Fear of Dying
Emulating near death experiences in VR can lead us to be less fearful of  death. Researchers from Barcelona University have found that virtual reality experiences can be used to reduce fear of dying. Previous experiments, as well as anecdotal evidence, suggests that near death experiences often reduce a person’s fear of dying. Scientists are unsure...

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VR  can  Reduce  Fear  of  Dying 
january 2017 by vrzone
You Can Now Pay For Public Transport with Wearables
On Thursday, EZ-Link had announced that commuters can finally pay for their bus and train rides in Singapore with their wearables. In collaboration with Watchdata Technologies and Garmin, Singapore will be the very first country in South-east Asia to allow for the public to pay for public transport with their wrist-based wearables. Alongside Watchdata Technologies,...

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You  Can  Now  Pay  For  Public  Transport  with  Wearables 
january 2017 by vrzone
AAA Games Series That Can Be Revived With Virtual Reality
Very few AAA games series stand the test of time. Even former stalwarts like the Settlers end up either retiring outright or becoming online-only clickers. Others, however, get a second lease of life when they are revived. Doom, Wolfenstein, and others have gained a second lease on life. Normally this is from either fans reviving...

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AAA  Games  Series  That  Can  Be  Revived  With  Virtual  Reality 
december 2016 by vrzone
Bluetooth 5 Has Descended: What Can We Expect?
If you have been using Bluetooth for many years, you might have noticed the longer range, better data transfer and higher speeds in the most recent version – Bluetooth 4.2. But it doesn’t manage to connect together the various smart IoT (Internet of Things) devices around your house. (Especially in Singapore where the walls are...

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Bluetooth  5  Has  Descended:  What  Can  We  Expect? 
december 2016 by vrzone
For $600,000 You Can Own a Transformer
A car which turns into a robot can be yours at an Abu Dhabi auction. Antimon is a car unlike any other. On the outside, it looks like a BMW 3 series, but in 30 seconds flat, it can transform into a giant bipedal robot. The creation is the result of eleven months of work from...

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For  $600  000  You  Can  Own  a  Transformer 
november 2016 by vrzone
These People Can See Your Entire Internet History Now
As a controversial UK law goes into effect, ISPs will track their users’ every move. This season of South Park poked fun at the idea of your internet history becoming available to the public, and the chaos that would undoubtedly follow as friends and family members began looking into each other’s secret online lives. It’s...

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These  People  Can  See  Your  Entire  Internet  History  Now 
november 2016 by vrzone
Google's AI Can Now Lip Read Better than Hunans
After watching thousands of hours of television, the AI annotated with 46.8% accuracy. Engineers at Google’s Deep Mind AI division have worked together with researchers from Oxford University to create the most accurate lip-reading software to date. By viewing thousands of hours of footage from the BBC, the scientists were able to create a neural...

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Google’s  AI  Can  Now  Lip  Read  Better  than  Hunans 
november 2016 by vrzone
This Five Dollar Device can Break into Your Laptop
A new gadget demonstrates why even locked computers are vulnerable to attack. Many of us lock our computers when we step away from them in order to keep our personal data secure. There already exists a few ways to get around your windows lock screen, but white-hat hacker Samy Kamkar has just developed a cheap...

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This  Five  Dollar  Device  can  Break  into  Your  Laptop 
november 2016 by vrzone
Five Gadgets That You Can Buy For the Same Price as Apple's Book
When it comes to Apple these days, the jokes really do write themselves. The tech giant, synonymous with chic design aesthetics, has announced a book. It’s 300 pages of self-indulgence, with no words, only pictures of admittedly lovely gadgets from Apple’s 20 years. Where have we seen something like this before? Even better, the book...

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Five  Gadgets  That  You  Can  Buy  For  the  Same  Price  as  Apple’s  Book 
november 2016 by vrzone
Can Larger Monitors Improve Productivity?
When most of us think about large 4K curved monitors, we all think of gaming towers and rigs built for hardcore gamers. Those LoL and DotA players who need to check their maps, inventories and watch the screen for last hits and enemy heroes at the same time, often require huge screens or even dual...

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Can  Larger  Monitors  Improve  Productivity? 
november 2016 by vrzone
Where can we possibly go from here with Virtual Reality?
Virtual Reality is here to stay. At least, for now, it doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Google is going to make their Daydream-powered headset official in just hours. Competitors to the big two (Oculus Rift and HTC Vive) are popping up around the world. Potential applications of the technology have also diversified to the...

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Where  can  we  possibly  go  from  here  with  Virtual  Reality? 
october 2016 by vrzone
Best VR Headsets you can get in here in Singapore
Want to get your hands on that sweet VR action? You find yourself looking up Vive gameplay online and wishing you could have some of that? Well, you can’t. Don’t worry, however, just because you can’t play with these toys, doesn’t mean that VR is unreachable. There are several VR headsets available to get in...

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Best  VR  Headsets  you  can  get  in  here  Singapore 
september 2016 by vrzone
Here’s how you can check if your Galaxy Note 7 needs to be returned
By now, almost everyone is aware of the whole issue surrounding the faulty batteries inside Samsung’s latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 7. The company has now made it easier for Galaxy Note 7 owners to find if their unit is equipped with a faulty battery. Samsung has added a new page on to their...

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Here’s  how  you  can  check  if  your  Galaxy  Note  7  needs  to  be  returned 
september 2016 by vrzone
5 Best VR apps (that are not games) you can play in Singapore
Virtual Reality games are a blast, even on the more basic mobile VR models. However, gaming is just one of the many potential applications of the technology. This here is a list of the five best applications that use VR as a major component. Existing programs that use VR as a gimmick are disqualified for...

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5  Best  VR  apps  (that  are  not  games)  you  can  play  in  Singapore 
september 2016 by vrzone
You can now buy games on Steam using Bitcoin
Steam is now letting users buy games through Bitcoin. The option is available when you’re at the payment page, following which users are redirected to the third-party BitPay website to conclude the payment. Steam is also teaming up with Lionsgate to make over 100 movies from the studio’s catalog available for purchase through the digital distribution service:...

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You  can  now  buy  games  on  Steam  using  Bitcoin 
april 2016 by vrzone
Huawei Honor 5X can be yours today for just $1
Huawei is running an interesting “sale” today in the US where you will be able to buy a new Honor 5X for just $1. The popular Chinese smartphone maker will be selling an Honor 5X unit for just $1 every hour today, starting from 10:08 (Central Standard Timezone) until 21:08. That means only 12 lucky...

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Huawei  Honor  5X  can  be  yours  today  for  just  $1 
april 2016 by vrzone
You can now easily check if your Lumia is eligible for Windows 10
Microsoft has released a new Upgrade Advisor Beta app on the app store that tells you if your Lumia smartphone is eligible for the planned upgrade to Windows 10 Mobile. In addition to telling you if your Lumia is eligible for the Windows 10 Mobile update, the app can also help free up space to...

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You  can  now  easily  check  if  your  Lumia  is  eligible  for  Windows  10 
january 2016 by vrzone
Three Ways A Mac User Can Use An Oculus Rift
After riding the Oculus hype train the past several months, it became quickly obvious that Mac users were nowhere to be found. VR enthusiasts sat in their seats while Palmer Luckey punched everyone’s ticket on January 6th (Oculus pre-order launch day). As for the Oculus Runtime 0.6.0.0 caboose that was attached at the start of...

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Three  Ways  A  Mac  User  Can  Use  An  Oculus  Rift 
january 2016 by vrzone
You can finally install DD-WRT on Linksys' WRT1900AC and WRT1900ACS
Own a high-end Linksys router? You can now finally install DD-WRT firmware on the WRT1900AC, WRT1200AC, and WRT1900ACS. The open-source Linux firmware allows for extensive customization and unlocking additional functionality such as advanced quality of control, ad hoc connectivity, cPanel, daemon services and more. The community-driven firmware also receives quick updates if any security flaws are discovered. Peter Steinhäuser, Co-CEO,...

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You  can  finally  install  DD-WRT  on  Linksys’  WRT1900AC  and  WRT1900ACS 
january 2016 by vrzone
Nextbit’s cloud-first Robin smartphone can now be pre-ordered
Startup Nextbit has today announced that it has started accepting pre-orders for its upcoming cloud-first Robin smartphone. If you’re interested, you can now pre-order the device at $399 and expect to receive it sometime in February 2016. Two color options are available – Mint and Midnight. Along with the handset, Nextbit is also offering various...

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Nextbit’s  cloud-first  Robin  smartphone  can  now  be  pre-ordered 
october 2015 by vrzone
Ornate’s new smartwatch runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and can make calls too
Ornate today announced two new smartphones – TrueSmart-i and the TrueSmart+. Both the devices are claimed to be upgraded versions of the original TrueSmart smartwatch. Unlike pretty much all other smartwatches out there, the latest Ornate TrueSmart+ smartwatche offer the same capacities as a standalone Android smartphone. How? Well, the TrueSmart+ doesn’t run on Android...

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Ornate’s  new  smartwatch  runs  Android  5.1  Lollipop  and  can  make  calls  too 
september 2015 by vrzone
AVG’s new privacy policy reveals it can collect and sell your browsing history
Anti-virus firm AVG has come up with a new privacy policy that clearly claims the anti-virus program can collect your browsing data and then sell it to advertisers. The ‘transparent’ new privacy policy mentions that it ‘collects non-personal data to make money from our free offerings so we can keep them free’. The collected data...

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AVG’s  new  privacy  policy  reveals  it  can  collect  and  sell  your  browsing  history 
september 2015 by vrzone
Huawei Mate S aims to 'revolutionize touch technology' before the iPhone 6s can
Razor-thin, delicately curved, powerful and gigantic yet fairly compact… for a phablet, the newest Huawei flagship stands out first and foremost with Force Touch-comparable technology. You snooze, you lose is what the elders used to say, but while Apple is preceded to market by Huawei with the much hyped Force Touch features in an Android...

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Huawei  Mate  S  aims  to  ‘revolutionize  touch  technology’  before  the  iPhone  6s  can 
september 2015 by vrzone
Sony teases 'smartphone with greater focus'; can you say Xperia Z5?
The IFA teaser image makes it clear (pun intended) that Sony’s next-gen flagship handheld will debut in little more than a week with an extremely well-endowed rear camera in tow. Just because Sony already revealed the date of its IFA Berlin product announcements, also hinting at the classes of devices due for imminent upgrades, it...

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Sony  teases  ‘smartphone  with  greater  focus';  can  you  say  Xperia  Z5? 
august 2015 by vrzone
Google can tell you whether or not you should install solar panels
If you don’t know whether or not solar panels on your roof is a worthy investment, Google might have an answer. The search giant says it has a new tool which will allow homeowners to query Google on if it’s a good idea to slap solar panels onto one’s home.  Project Sunroof is now available...

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Google  can  tell  you  whether  or  not  should  install  solar  panels 
august 2015 by vrzone
You can now get a 2TB Samsung SSD for your desktop
Need higher ultra-fast storage on your desktop PC? Samsung now offers exactly what you need. The company has today announced the launch of its 2TB 850 PRO and 850 EVO SSDs. With the addition of the two new models, Samsung now offers a total 20 different 3D Vertical NAND drives ranging from 120GB to 2TB....

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You  can  now  get  a  2TB  Samsung  SSD  for  your  desktop 
july 2015 by vrzone
Apple iPhone 7 could get a dual-lens camera, only if suppliers can improve yields
According to a new report, Apple has been working on dual-lens camera technology for over three years now, but has been held back due to low yields. The info comes from Taiwanese media that is suggesting Apple could begin using the dual-lens camera solution on iPhones once the supply chain can improve yields. Although there...

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Apple  iPhone  7  could  get  a  dual-lens  camera  only  if  suppliers  can  improve  yields 
june 2015 by vrzone
Older iMac owners can get their 3TB hard drives replaced for free
The free swap is offered by Apple itself. Apple has announced a new program for customers who purchased a 27-inch iMac from December 2012 to September 2013, the program is going to provide those customers with a free replacement of the 3TB hard drive in their iMacs. The company has launched this program because it has...

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Older  iMac  owners  can  get  their  3TB  hard  drives  replaced  for  free 
june 2015 by vrzone
New algorithm can determine 'creativity' level of paintings
For some people art is deeply meaningful, but for others it doesn’t mean much at all. Like everything else, however, there’s a science to art, and researchers at Rutgers University are seeking to bring out the objectivity behind art with a new algorithm they developed. The first part of the algorithm defined which category an...

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New  algorithm  can  determine  ‘creativity’  level  of  paintings 
june 2015 by vrzone
These are the Macs that can run OS X El Capitan
There are quite a few of them. Apple has formally unveiled the next major update for its Mac machines, the update is called OS X El Capitan. It succeeds OS X Yosemite which was released late last year, the new software focuses on two major aspects of the entire operating system, performance and experience. The...

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These  are  the  Macs  that  can  run  OS  X  El  Capitan 
june 2015 by vrzone
"Brainprint" can potentially replace fingerprint in biometric security systems
How your brain responds to what you see on the computer screen can potentially be put towards developing a new biometric security system. Researchers from Binghampton University are working on a project that could revolutionize how computers authenticate our identity. In their research, they read a list of 75 acronyms (FBI, DVD, NBC, etc…) to...

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“Brainprint”  can  potentially  replace  fingerprint  in  biometric  security  systems 
june 2015 by vrzone
Iris scanner can now track you from 40 feet away
Whether or not we approve of it, organizations from both private and public sectors are gathering data about people on the daily. It’s a bit overwhelming when you think that every single key stroke you input is being recorded for another’s purpose. What’s even more crazy is the fact that organizations are now using biometrics...

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Iris  scanner  can  now  track  you  from  40  feet  away 
may 2015 by vrzone
Asus ZenWatch 2 not delayed after all, 4-day battery the best you can hope for
Early June is reportedly when the Taiwanese company intends to unveil the upgraded Android Wear device, with commercial sales likely to begin shortly thereafter. While the first-gen Asus ZenWatch could hardly be described as a top-tier Apple Watch contender, mostly due to its makers’ advertising impotence, the stylish timepiece has no doubt been a revelation,...

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Asus  ZenWatch  2  not  delayed  after  all  4-day  battery  the  best  you  can  hope  for 
may 2015 by vrzone
New algorithm can get rid of window reflections in photographs
MIT researchers have developed an algorithm that can automatically remove window reflections from digital images. Photographers usually only have two choices when they want to take pictures through a window.  Either they open the window and take the pictures unobstructed by the panes, or they have to deal with the panes and the reflections that...

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New  algorithm  can  get  rid  of  window  reflections  in  photographs 
may 2015 by vrzone
Acer's new Liquid Leap wearables can measure your stress levels
Smart wearable devices so far have been able to measure various things ranging from step count to your heart rate. Acer has now unveiled new wearable bands that can also measure your stress levels in addition to everything else the other wearable bands can do. Acer announced three new wearable bands today – Liquid Leap...

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Acer’s  new  Liquid  Leap  wearables  can  measure  your  stress  levels 
april 2015 by vrzone
You can now play 'Super Mario 64' right in your browser
Miss playing Super Mario 64? You can now play the classic game right in your browser, thanks to Unity developer Roystan Ross. The ‘Super Mario 64 HD’ game created by the developer is a recreation of Super Mario 64’s first level, Bob-Omb Battlefield. To keep everything as close to the original classic, Ross hasn’t made...

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You  can  now  play  ‘Super  Mario  64′  right  in  your  browser 
march 2015 by vrzone
Apple Watch appointments can be booked from April 10th
They’re encouraged, not mandatory. There was confusion initially about whether or not potential customers would have to obtain an appointment to try on the Apple Watch at an Apple Store. We later found out that while appointments were encouraged, they were not mandatory. Walk-in customers will be facilitated as well but once all customers who came...

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march 2015 by vrzone
Android 5.1 Lollipop is official at last, and Nexus owners can have a taste
The full changelog is out, and a trio of “pure Google” devices joins the Android One ranks. Lollipop’s first (semi-) notable makeover, version 5.1, saw daylight unusually early after the initial 5.0 rollout, which is probably the main reason why it was limited to a handful of low-cost Nexus substitutes in parts of Asia this...

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Android  5.1  Lollipop  is  official  at  last  and  (some)  Nexus  owners  can  have  a  taste 
march 2015 by vrzone
You can now control your Hyundai car using your smartwatch
Hyundai is today releasing its Blue Link app for Android Wear smartwatches that will allow owners of Hyundai Blue Link enabled cars to control their vehicles using their smartwatch. The app has been available for smartphones already on the Google Play Store. With the Hyundai’s cloud-based Blue Link platform, Hyundai car owners will be to...

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You  can  now  control  your  Hyundai  car  using  smartwatch 
march 2015 by vrzone
The immortal HTC HD2 can now run Android 5.0.1 Lollipop
There doesn’t seem to be any mobile OS that the HTC HD2 can’t handle. From its initial launch with Windows Mobile 6 in 2009, the HTC HD2 has come a long way. The device has become extremely popular for the fact that it has managed to run almost every mobile OS out there – Firefox,...

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The  immortal  HTC  HD2  can  now  run  Android  5.0.1  Lollipop 
january 2015 by vrzone
Researchers build Oculus-equipped moon rover so kids can land on the moon
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University want to send kids to the moon using the Oculus Rift. Daniel Shafrir and his colleagues at CMU are working on a lunar rover that kids can control using the Oculus Rift. The team, aptly named Astrobotic Technology, aims to get their hands on a $30 million prize from Google,...

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Researchers  build  Oculus-equipped  moon  rover  so  kids  can  land  on  the 
october 2014 by vrzone
Apple Pay can be used outside the U.S.
A simple tweak allows you to use Apple Pay outside the U.S. Apple Pay has gone live in the U.S. and already millions of people have made purchases using this new service. This payments service is currently available only in the U.S. but Apple does have plans of expanding it to other countries around the world. So...

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october 2014 by vrzone
Fancy a smartwatch that can morph into an actual phone? Fund the .klatz
90 percent done already, this neat, minimalistically designed, long-lasting smart “bracelet” needs just $140k more to materialize. Everybody wants a piece of the wearable market. Apple, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Asus, even no-name hardware manufacturers based in China… or Ukraine. Of course, not all obscure, minuscule companies can afford to build a fancy smartwatch without outside...

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Fancy  a  smartwatch  that  can  morph  into  an  actual  phone?  Fund  the 
october 2014 by vrzone
OnePlus One can probably ace any bend test, and it's rain-resistant too (video)
Take that, Apple! The latest smartphone producer looking to capitalize on Apple’s recent #bendgate sorrow is OnePlus. God knows they could use some free positive publicity after a whole string of scandals, sexism accusations, failed advertising stunts and rampant reports of screen quality issues. Not to mention the sheer stupidity of the invite-only OnePlus One...

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OnePlus  One  can  probably  ace  any  bend  test  and  it’s  rain-resistant  too  (video) 
october 2014 by vrzone
Windows gear can be cheap too: HP Stream tabs start at $100, laptops are $200 and up
HP proves what one can achieve in the tablet arena when Windows 8.1 licenses are free, and brings forth the ultimate Google Chromebook slayer. Felt a little cheated when the much-hyped Stream 14 Chromebook “killer” went official with a recommend retail price tag of $300? Worry not, as the Stream is a movement rather than...

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Windows  gear  can  be  cheap  too:  HP  Stream  tabs  start  at  $100  laptops  are  $200  and  up 
september 2014 by vrzone
Select Android apps can now be run on Google's Chrome OS
The Android app compatibility on Google’s Chromebooks is a big step in the company’s plans to integrate its popular mobile and notebook operating systems. Back at Google I/O in June, the search giant announced that Chrome OS would be gaining the ability to run Android applications without any modifications. Now, Google has announced the first batch...

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Select  Android  apps  can  now  be  run  on  Google’s  Chrome  OS 
september 2014 by vrzone
Apple Watch can be used by lefties too
Apple has poured water over rumors that its first wearable design had a critical design flaw. The wait finally ended yesterday when Apple took to the stage at the Flint Center in Cupertino to unveil its first wearable device. It had been widely referred to as the iWatch but the official moniker given by the...

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september 2014 by vrzone
Meet the Chairless Chair: a seat you can 'wear' to sit anywhere
Why didn’t I think of this earlier? Designed and developed by Swiss startup noonee, the Chairless Chair is a wearable device that acts like a chair-like-support exoskeleton when you need it, and a lightweight mechanical contraption when you don’t. To wear it, you must strap it to your thigh and calves, followed by a tightening of a belt around [...]

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Meet  the  Chairless  Chair:  a  seat  you  can  ‘wear’  to  sit  anywhere 
august 2014 by vrzone
Using 4G internet can gift you an extra hour for leisure everyday
EE United Kingdom has revealed their findings under the ’4GEE Mobile Living Index’ report. the most interesting of which states that the use of 4G saves up to an hour every day for a subset of Britishers. EE is the largest mobile telecommunications operator in the United Kingdom. Big-name telecom brands such as Orange and [...]

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Using  4G  internet  can  gift  you  an  extra  hour  for  leisure  everyday 
august 2014 by vrzone
Neptune Pine wearable ships out to early supporters, everyone else can pre-order
The self-proclaimed first “standalone, full-featured” smartwatch, the Neptune Pine, is no longer a what-if Kickstarter venture, it’s reality, as a batch of the project’s early endorsers are now delivered the actual end products. Why compromise, shrink, fork and rework when you can just shrink? That was likely the nutshell pitch that started the Neptune Pine [...]

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Neptune  Pine  wearable  ships  out  to  early  supporters  everyone  else  can  pre-order 
august 2014 by vrzone
Check out how much abuse the iPhone 6's display can take
A video of what’s purported to be the new iPhone’s display shows it’s nearly indestructible. Apple’s latest iPhone isn’t expected for a few months, but as is tradition with a new Apple product every aspect if it will be leaked prior to its official unveil. The latest leak comes via Sonny Dickson, a well connected [...]

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Check  out  how  much  abuse  the  iPhone  6′s  display  can  take 
july 2014 by vrzone
Can AMD increase APU power efficiency 25-fold by 2020?
The energy efficiency of AMD chips increased tenfold over the last six years, but AMD thinks it can do much better. Utilizing Heterogeneous System Architecture on chips is the key to massive increases in the power efficiency of AMD’s processors, according to AMD’s CTO Mark Papermaster. Papermaster said this during a keynote Thursday at the [...]

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Can  AMD  increase  APU  power  efficiency  25-fold  by  2020? 
june 2014 by vrzone
Why buy an Nvidia Shield when you can get a SteamBoy?
Steam Machines are going mobile with the SteamBoy. Many have tried to bring the PC gaming experience to a handheld device to date, but between the likes of the Nvidia Shield or Panasonic Jungle not one company has yet to succeed in that endeavour. But a company called the Steamboy Machine Team thinks it has [...]

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Why  buy  an  Nvidia  Shield  when  you  can  get  a  SteamBoy? 
june 2014 by vrzone
Can AMD make its way into the embedded market?
VR-Zone sits down with AMD’s embedded boss Scott Aylor to talk about AMD’s push into the world of embedded processing. Last week during AMD’s Computex 2014 keynote, Lisa Su, one of the company’s senior vice presidents and its general manager, said that AMD is now a very different company that it once was in the [...]

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Can  AMD  make  its  way  into  the  embedded  market? 
june 2014 by vrzone
HoverSkater is the nearest thing to a hoverboard you can get, for now
Ever wondered how it actually feels like to ride a hoverboard? Well here’s a Kickstarter project that might just give you a firsthand experience. If there was one piece of technology that was just as sensational as the time machine itself in Back to the Future II, that would probably have to be Marty McFly’s [...]

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HoverSkater  is  the  nearest  thing  to  a  hoverboard  you  can  get  for  now 
june 2014 by vrzone
This $20 glove can save you from heart attacks
IneedMD’s EKG glove is an inexpensive, easy-to-use electro-cardiogram that interfaces directly with a tablet to monitor heart activity. Will this save lives at home, hospitals and the battlefield? Medical startups often focus on disruptive ways to deliver life-saving solutions that may not necessarily cost an arm and a leg. In 2010, a team started developing a [...]

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This  $20  glove  can  save  you  from  heart  attacks 
may 2014 by vrzone
Mario can 'ball so hard' in a Mercedez-Benz with new 'Mario Kart 8' DLC
A collaboration with Mercedez-Benz takes our beloved plumber on a ride with a real-life car in Mario Kart 8. Mario Kart 8 has just been released by Nintendo, and what better way to celebrate its release with the addition of an optional kart DLC. This one though, isn’t what you’d normally expect in the colorful and cartoonish [...]

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Mario  can  ‘ball  so  hard’  in  a  Mercedez-Benz  with  new  ‘Mario  Kart  8′  DLC 
may 2014 by vrzone
Ninja clean bot can stealthily scrub floors
The Clemon cleaning robot integrates routine cleaning and ninja stealth to clean your house. Convenience is the very essence of cleaning robots. But if you think they may be too garish for your living room, we suggest something that could work a bit more discreetly, something like Moneual’s newest clean bot from its Clemon series, the [...]

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Ninja  clean  bot  can  stealthily  scrub  floors 
may 2014 by vrzone
’I can guarantee Broadwell for holiday’
Intel’s CEO promises Broadwell for the end of the year, and not the fall. Speaking from the Maker Faire in San Mateo, California on Saturday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich promised that Broadwell chips would be inside PCs sold during the holiday but not in time for back-to-school. “I can guarantee for holiday, and not at [...]

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’I  can  guarantee  Broadwell  for  holiday’ 
may 2014 by vrzone
Why develop a music streaming service when you can just buy one?
Apple wanted to develop an on-demand music streaming service, but for $3.2 billion it gets a ready made service with a profitable hardware unit. Over the past week it has been reported countless times that Apple is in final stages of acquisistion talks with Beats. It is expected to pay as much as $3.2 billion for the [...]

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Why  develop  a  music  streaming  service  when  you  can  just  buy  one? 
may 2014 by vrzone
iOS 6 FaceTime issues can be resolved by updating firmware
Apple’s official remedy for FaceTime woes on iOS 6 is to upgrade to the latest software, iOS 7.x.  Recently many users on iOS 6.x started experiencing issues with FaceTime, Apple’s homegrown video calling service. Apple has officially come out with a fix and its not one that iOS 6 fans will appreciate. The company says [...]

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iOS  6  FaceTime  issues  can  be  resolved  by  updating  firmware 
april 2014 by vrzone
Can Apple be convinced to drop Google search in favor of Yahoo?
A new report suggests that Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is actively pursuing Apple to end its mobile devices’ reliance on Google search. Google is the default search engine on Apple’s mobile devices. Users can change it to Bing or Yahoo through the Settings app but most never bother. After all, when you want to search [...]

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Can  Apple  be  convinced  to  drop  Google  search  in  favor  of  Yahoo? 
april 2014 by vrzone
The desktop and mobile can co-exist, but the desktop is going nowhere fast says Windows boss Terry Myerson
Myerson calls iPad and Android users “fantastic customers” in an interview with ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley. The future of Microsoft lies in co-operation with other platforms, according to Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of operating systems. Speaking with ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Myerson talked up Microsoft’s vision for “one Windows” but made it clear [...]

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The  desktop  and  mobile  can  co-exist  but  is  going  nowhere  fast  says  Windows  boss  Terry  Myerson 
april 2014 by vrzone
Tag Heuer’s Meridiist Infinite is a mobile device that can charge itself
The Meridiist Infinite features a photovoltaic panel in between the screen layers that charges automatically when under a light source. Tag Heuer isn’t a brand one normally associates with mobile devices, but it is known to make luxury devices that are constructed out of exotic materials. The luxury watch manufacturer’s latest handset, called the Meridiist Infinite, is [...]

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Tag  Heuer’s  Meridiist  Infinite  is  a  mobile  device  that  can  charge  itself 
april 2014 by vrzone
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