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Sony announces new PSVR hardware for PlayStation 5

By Kyle Orland New headset coming after 2021 will have higher resolution and new controllers. A new generation of PlayStation VR hardware, including a new controller designed specifically for VR, will be coming to the PlayStation 5 sometime after this year, Sony announced today. PlayStation VR provides a lot of bang for your virtual reality buck. […]

WhatsApp to switch off messages for all who reject new terms

By Zoe Kleinman WhatsApp users who do not accept its updated terms and conditions by the 15 May deadline will be unable to receive or send messages until they do so. Their account will be listed as “inactive”. And inactive accounts can be deleted after 120 days. Calls and notifications will still function for “a […]

Apple’s next-gen AirPods and Samsung’s AR concept glasses leaked

By M. Smith It seems like it was a weekend of leaks. Pick your company: Samsung’s concept for AR glasses, replete with some far-too-chunky frames, or maybe the next generation of Apple’s AirPods, the in-ear kind. These are two very different kinds of leaks. Samsung’s appears to be the sort of conceptual video tease that may, or may […]

NVIDIA Says Its Hard To Crack GeForce GPU Mining Hash Rate Limiter

By Hassan Mujtaba NVIDIA made some pretty huge announcements to counter the cryptocurrency mining boom and the subsequent supply outages that are affecting its GeForce line of graphics cards. The company not only announced a dedicated line of GPUs under the CMP (Crypto Mining Processor) banner but also revealed that for upcoming GeForce graphics cards, they will be nerfing its […]

Biden Silent Over Big Tech Suspensions Because He ‘Benefits From the Censorship,’ Banned Journalist Says

By Jack Phillips and Jan Jekielek After he was suspended from Twitter this week, journalist Paul Sperry said the White House is silent over Big Tech censorship because it benefits certain politicians. Sperry told The Epoch Times that President Joe Biden has been “silent” about companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google taking action against certain accounts—namely conservatives—because […]

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