HTC Shows Off Its Project Proton VR Headset
HTC has been working on VR headsets for a while now, and more recently, the company has taken the wraps off a new conceptual VR headset that they are working on. Dubbed Project Proton, this is unlike any VR headset that we have seen in the market today, where it feels like it resembles goggles more than your typical VR headset.

13-inch MacBook Pro Refresh Could Use Intel’s Ice Lake Chips
If you’re thinking about getting a new MacBook Pro laptop, you might want to hold off on the current models. This is because according to a recent tweet by @_rogame, it has been suggested that Apple’s upcoming 13-inch MacBook Pro refresh could be taking advantage of Intel’s 10th gen Ice Lake chipsets.

Google Removes 600 Apps From The Play Store Over Disruptive Ads
These days, we’re starting to see more apps take the free-to-play approach. It is understandable because by removing the cost to play the game, players might be more tempted to give it a shot. However, developers and publishers still need to get paid, and as a result, ads are typically inserted into these games as a means of generating revenue.

Breathable Oxygen Found In Another Galaxy For The First Time
Oxygen is extremely important because without it, we would be dead. This is also extremely important when we are looking at potential space travel and maybe finding new planets to inhabit. Now it looks like maybe in the very, very distant future, should we ever find ourselves traveling to another galaxy, there is a chance we might survive there too.

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Musician Plays The Violin While Doctors Operate On Her Brain
For major surgeries like those done on the brain, you would assume that patients would be put to sleep first. However, that is not necessarily the case and over in London, a patient by the name of Dagma Turner was actually kept awake while her brain was being operated on, and to top it off, she was even playing the violin during the procedure.

Swiss Court Rules That ‘Liking’ Hateful Content Could Be Considered A Crime
We need to be more careful of our online social media activities. This is because in recent times, we’re starting to see the implications of what we do online affect our offline lives. More recently, over in Switzerland, the courts have ruled that it is possible that “liking” or sharing online posts that are deemed hateful or defamatory could be considered a crime.

The ‘Friends’ Reunion Is Officially Happening On HBO Max This May
Despite having come to a satisfying and emotional conclusion more than 15 years ago, the “Friends” TV show is still being talked about today where many are clamoring for a reunion of sorts. The good news is that if you’re a huge Friends fan and would love to see the cast get back together, you’re in luck.

Sony, Prophesee Announce Development Of Stacked Event-Based Vision Sensor
One of the main hardware components that helps determine how good a camera captures images is its sensor. While the marketing department of companies tend to focus on the megapixel mount of the sensors, there is more to it than that, where there have been innovations made that we think might be more interesting than the camera’s resolution.

Upcoming Fujifilm Instax Mini 11 Photos Leaked
While digital cameras have more or less become the standard we’ve come to know and expect these days, there’s a certain nostalgic charm with film-based cameras that is hard to ignore. However, if you’d rather not go through the trouble of developing the film yourself or paying someone else to do it, instant cameras are a good alternative.

AI Helps Discover Powerful New Antibiotics That Can Fight Drug-Resistant Strains
Whenever you suffer from an infection, doctors generally prescribe antibiotics. The problem with antibiotics is that it’s a seemingly never-ending game of whack-a-mole, where what might work today, might not work the next. This is because bacteria mutates and evolves where it eventually gets to the point that the antibiotic you took might not work anymore.

Facebook Wants To Pay You For Your Voice Recordings
Remember that time Facebook tried to pay users to give up some of their privacy? It seems that Facebook has no qualms about that approach because the company has since announced a new program called “Pronunciations”. With this new program, Facebook is offering to pay users for their voice recordings.

How To Find Phone Numbers With Google?
No matter what search engine you utilize, Google is going to have a lot of useful data for almost anything.For that reason, you can easily find phone numbers with Google. It is worth noting that if you already know the phone number, you can simply perform a reverse number lookup.

How To Tell If Someone’s Opened Your Email
So you just sent off an email and you haven’t heard back from the person for a few days. Are they busy? Are they ignoring you? If you’re curious as to whether or not an email has been read, here are some tips you can check out if you’d like to know if your email has been read.

Microsoft To Bring Its Antivirus App To iOS And Android Devices
On the mobile front, Microsoft hasn’t done quite as well as the competition. Instead, the company has opted to try and take on the mobile industry through software, where they have released apps for both iOS and Android devices. Now it looks like Microsoft will be expanding on that with its antivirus software.

Apple Could Release A New Type Of Charger This Year
Apple has various chargers for different products. There are chargers for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks. However, in the future, it has been speculated that Apple could potentially release a new type of charger that will be more versatile, thus allowing users to charge different kinds of products using the same charger.

This 3D Printer Lets Preschoolers 3D Print Their Own Toys
If 3D printing has always come across as being more of an “adult” hobby, think again because the folks at 3Doodler have recently announced the launch of a new 3D printer that is being aimed at preschoolers. This will allow kids to 3D print their own little toys in a fun and safer way, while encouraging the development of motor skills.

Influencer Faked A Trip To Bali By Taking Photos At IKEA
A lot of things that we see online are merely a snapshot of reality. This is why many have advised that we shouldn’t always buy into photos we see posted on social media, because as glamorous as some photos look, we don’t really know what goes on behind the scenes and it might not necessarily be the whole truth.

Borderlands Movie Will Be Directed By Eli Roth
If there was ever a video game that seemed like it would make a good movie, Borderlands is definitely one of them. In fact, about five years ago, Lionsgate announced that they were planning to make a Borderlands movie, but given the time that has passed since, it felt like it might have been forgotten or even cancelled.

Twitter Testing Labelling Fake News By Highlighting Them In Orange
Social media platforms aren’t just for sharing photos, these days it is also used to share news. However, the problem with sharing is that sometimes, people don’t do enough research before clicking the share button, which in turn could result in people sharing fake news which could misinform and also cause panic.

This Mask Protects You From The Coronavirus While Supporting Face ID
It has been suggested that wearing a face mask is one of the ways you can protect yourself from the coronavirus outbreak. However, the problem with face masks is that it interferes with the way we use our phones, especially iPhones that rely on Face ID to unlock as Apple has designed it so that it cannot be beaten by masks.

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