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Monday, 6 Jul 2015
Beta testing for Mozilla's Firefox with VR technology has been opened to external developers. This is part of MozVR, Mozilla's initiative to spearhead development of an open VR platform for the Web.
The famous pixel block game, Minecraft is coming to Windows 10 with a stack of new features – at no cost to existing owners.
There's now beta software bundled with SteelSeries Engine 3.4.0 and later. Called GameSense, it helps gamers improve in-game awareness with striking LED visual cues and indicators on their RGB-illuminated peripherals.
War never changes... but it can be made more fun, especially if it's one that involves your favorite anime characters. Click here to find out more about Anime Arena.
Sunday, 5 Jul 2015
If you've been keeping up to date with the latest Windows 10 Preview builds, this is the third build of the latest OS from Microsoft within the span of four days. Looks like Microsoft is in bug-crushing overdrive mode.
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
MasterCard is launching a pilot program this fall to test the use of facial recognition as a way of approving online purchases.
In line with Apple's objective to take back the crown for digital music, the company has updated the GarageBand app by enabling artist to publish their music directly to Apple Music Connect. Also, there are new features that are designed for EDM and hip-hop artists.
Apple Music is now available on iOS devices, and first impressions of the new music streaming service are saying that it’s a battery drainer for the iPhone.
Bethesda Studio has finally given a release date for the Android version of the record-breaking, post-apocalyptic simulation title.
Microsoft has just published a table that details the differences between the various Windows 10 editions. With less than a month to go for its launch, now's a great time to be in the know!