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Sony HMZ-T1 Personal 3D Viewer – Virtual Reality

The meaning of virtual reality comes, commonly, from the definitions for both “virtual” and ‘reality’. The meaning of “virtual” is close and the truth is the thing that we encounter as people. So the term ‘virtual reality’ fundamentally signifies ‘close reality’. This could, obviously, mean anything other than it generally alludes to a particular kind of reality copying. Sony Personal 3D Viewer (HMZ-T1): Design and setup We need to get […]

Mobile Marketing Coming to Virtual Reality

How to build a PC ready for Virtual Reality

You can do your own virtual reality setup if you want to, and you will be able to to do it for very little money. You can decide to do this on your own with just a few parts if you have planned right. Oculus just published what they think you need to do, and you are going to be able to get these parts to get your computer ready […]

NFL teams test virtual reality

Nokia: Virtual Reality For The Movie Industry

Nokia has recently announced the release of their latest product. The Ozo is a handheld virtual reality device equipped to record video at a unique 360 degree radius and capture 3D audio. The Ozo has a spherical body and has eight cameras and microphones to capture every moment as its happening. Ozo has the advantage of being watched in live action with the headset. The product also has the ability […]

iOS 8 Everything We Know

Expected iOS 8.1.3 Release

Despite the fact that Apple has already released a beta iOS 8.2, it’s expected that it won’t be released to the general public before an update for iOS 8.1. Likely, 8.1.3 will contain a number of bug fixes. Since last December, just before 8.1.2 was generally released, it’s been evident that iOS 8.1.3 was going to be released. Notably, the 8.1.2 release didn’t fix the Jail breaking problem, meaning that […]

Android 5.1 Lollipop

Android 5.1 released: waiting game

Android 5.1 has come out, but we must play the waiting game to see how all phones and tablets are going to be updated. The Google platform has updated to give people a better experience, but that does not mean that people will get the updates all at the same time. Apple users have already gotten their update, and now people with Google tablets and phones have to wonder when […]

Family Sharing in Apple Music

Save Your Battery and Put Most Songs in Playlists by disabling the Connect Tab on Apple Music on Your Mac, PC, or iPhone

Many people like many of the newly implemented features in Apple Music and many of them are quite useful, but a few of them like the new Launch tabs does nothing but clutter up the screen and ruin the user experience. If you have Apple Music enabled on your iPhone, then you there is a tab called Connect. It contains feeds and updates about musicians and releases. Apple Connect lets […]

Google Project Sunroof

Google Sunroof Lifts the Lid on Solar Power

Now that Google has finally concluded is enormous venture at restructuring itself using the Alphabet label, one of Google’s most promising new ventures is called, Google Sunroof. Even though some of Google’s previous ventures have involved direct hardware rollouts, Sunroof is more informational and evangelical in nature. The message is that solar energy is feasible and can improve all of our lives by providing a ready, handy and available renewable […]

The Intel Micron 3D XPoint

The 3D Xpoint: Faster Memory For Computers

Since 1989 the Nand flash has been the latest technology on the market for a computers mainstream capability. Intel and Micron are pleased to announce they have developed the 3D Xpoint. The 3D Xpoint is proven to work 1000 times faster than the Nand flash. Both Micron and Intel are well known for focusing time and investments in the latest scientific equipment, development of video games, and other technologies that […]