On March 25th Facebook announced its intention to acquire Oculus VR Inc, a two-year-old company that built its virtual reality goggles on the back of a successful crowdfunding campaign. As is the case with any deal of this size, it had to jump through several regulatory hoops. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission announced today that it has granted approval to the Facebook Oculus deal, which means that the company can now be absorbed into the all powerful social network.
We have made our attempts at going paperless, but there is no less effort when it comes to being wireless, too. Wi-Fi networks are all over the place these days, and it is more rare to find a coffee shop or public area with no Wi-Fi connectivity, than one with. Having said that, Toshiba has decided to jump aboard the wireless bandwagon with their latest Canvio AeroMobile Wireless SSD.