Tuesday, September 19, 2017
 
 
by IDG.TV
Intel showed for the first time at Computex in Taipei a prototype wireless HTC Vive virtual reality headset   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
Stories about climate change have been around for longer than you might realise. Jules Verne wrote a tale about a sudden change in temperate at the North Pole over one hundred years ago. JG Ballard penned a novel about rising sea levels more than fifty years ago. But recently such stories have managed to claim their own label: cli-fi. It rhymes with Sci-Fi in meaning as well as sound, but authors like myself who write about planet Earth in the near future feel uncomfortable giving their books a Sci-Fi label, since this often implies tales of the far future in galaxies far, far away.   [READ MORE]
 
What's the difference between Windows' new mixed-reality devices and the HoloLens? We go hands on to tell you.   [READ MORE]
 
The HTC's new Vive Tracker hardware opens the door for all sorts of wild VR accessories, but it's the Deluxe Audio Strap that has us really excited.   [READ MORE]
The Top 7 Things We Learned About IoT This Year
by David Ryan for America's Backbone Weekly
 
2016 was a game changer on the IOT front, here are the highlights from the past year.   [READ MORE]
 
Digital Media Online today announced the launch of two vertical sites focusing on the emerging Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality markets and technologies. According to CEO Lou Wallace, "The timing of the launch of these new sites is perfect. Research firm Superdata Research has projected sales of VR software and hardware will hit $2.8 billion this year, and they foresee it increasing to $22 billion by 2019 and $40 billion by 2020."   [READ MORE]
 
Everything you need to know about preventing disruption during disasters.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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