SteamVR Input supports a lot of different controllers and adapt to any VR game

SteamVR supports a lot of different controllers, and it can be difficult for developers to keep up with all of them. Today we are excited to release the first Beta for the new SteamVR Input system. SteamVR Input allows users to build binding configurations for their favorite games, even for controllers that didn’t exist when […]

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Samsung Dual Camera ‘Bokeh’ tricks come with budget phones

The dual camera smartphones with advanced low-light photos and fancy, defocused “bokeh” behind subjects are beautiful new and until now, have been reserved for high-end smartphones. Showing how quick things can move nowadays, however, Samsung has revealed a new “Isocell dual” camera module for low-cost mobile phones. With built-in software & algorithms, they especially allow […]

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Pixelmator pro

Photoshop alternative : AI-powered Pixelmator Pro new version of image-editing software

Pixelmator pro – Pixel tweaking specialist Pixelmator launched a powerful new version of its image-editing software Purposely designed for Mac, Pixelmator pro has been designed to offer Adobe Photoshop-grade editing capabilities for a one-off price of $59.99. According to the Pixelmator, the pro is in the works for 5 years, with a new made-for-macOS interface […]

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Microsoft Plan

Microsoft unveils plans to build a new modern headquarters

Microsoft is planned redevelopment its 500-acre campus in Redmond, Seattle. The software giant will start a multi-year project next fall to make 18 new buildings, alongside new public spaces, transportation investments, and sports fields. Microsoft currently has 125 buildings on its campus, and once the project is complete this will rise to 131 buildings. The […]

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AR App

Amazon’s latest toolkit helps you build AR, VR and 3D apps quickly

Amazon probably is not the 1st company you think that of once it comes to augmented or virtual reality (with some exceptions), but it’s determined to change your mind. the internet giant has unveiled a developer service, Sumerian, that promises to simplify making AR and VR apps — and general 3D apps, for that matter. […]

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Microsoft's Skype

The new version of Microsoft’s Skype for small business and freelancers

Microsoft is making a unique version of Skype for little business owners and freelancers. The software giant is going to preview the new version of Skype shortly as a desktop client in the U.S. Skype professional account combines Skype calls, meetings, calendar, and payments. This can be especially useful for freelancers which may use Skype to […]

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intelligent home audio

Roku is finally getting into intelligent home audio

Roku quietly acquired Danish audio startup Dynastrom for $3.5 million in Sep according to a regulatory filing spotted yesterday by variety. The filling does not expressly refer to Dynastrom by name but refers to a privately held technology company based in Denmark. variety scanned LinkedIn and found more Dynastrom staff, including its  CTO and Chief […]

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signal desktop app

Signal has released a standalone desktop app

If you’re an active Signal user (and why aren’t you?) you likely already know about the desktop app — or what passes for one. It’s actually the Chrome App, requiring Google’s browser to function. Well, that nightmare is over, as Signal has released a standalone app with no troubling dependencies on billion-dollar firms.   The […]

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China’s Baidu teams up with Shouqi on develop driverless cars

Chinese internet giant Baidu and Shouqi limousine & Chauffeur, an online car rental company, have entered a strategic partnership to speed up the development of driverless vehicles.   Baidu will provide Shouqi with its Baidu Map service, while Shouqi will help Baidu develop high-precision maps for self-driving cars.   Baidu also will provide software and […]

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