If you have a spare $3,000
Software King of the World Microsoft is flogging its HoloLens development kit for $3,000 a pop in a move to expand the community of developers building apps for the beastie.
Apple still in the lead as its game changing fad fades
Beancounters at IDC have been adding up the numbers and dividing by their shoe size and worked out that tablet sales have continued to fall.
All the irresponsible power you can eat
Nvidia’s Titan X Pascal is out on the streets from today and the chip is being talked up on GeForce.com site.
Based on Intel’s H110 chipset
ASRock has revealed the first mini-STX motherboard based on Intel's H110 chipset.
Super sensitive SoC
IBM has developed some tech it calls a lab-on-a-chip which can be used to detect cancer or other diseases before any symptoms have appeared.
But you will not need a Neo
Sony has confirmed that its PlayStation Neo is not a requirement for PlayStation VR, but you will need rather a lot of space and it will work better if you are sitting down
Can hear for someone calling your name
Amazon has been granted a patent for headphones that not only cancel out noise, but also listen for specific sounds or phrases and respond by automatically turning off the feature so the user can hear sound from their surroundings.
Judge orders a retrial
Fruity cargo cult Apple has sort of won an appeal against a patent licensing outfit.
IHS teardown breaks Oculus Rift
IHS have taken apart an Oculus Rift including the headset, a sensor, and an Xbox One wireless controller costs to work out how much it all cost and come up with a figure of $199 just for the bits.