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Types, Videogame Virtualization

Pokemon Go Studio Buys Blade Runner: Revelations Dev Seismic Games

July 18, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Seismic Games is about to go from making virtual reality games to augmented reality ones. Pokemon Go developer Niantic Labs this week announced that it has acquired the Los Angeles-based studio for an undisclosed sum. Seismic Games was founded by […]


Network Virtualization, Types

Avi Networks Enhances Intent-Based Application Services on Cisco Networks

July 17, 2018

Via: VMBlog

Avi Networks today announced Avi Vantage Platform version 18.1, with enhanced automation, application intelligence, and scaling to meet the fast-growing demands of modern application delivery. Following recent funding by Cisco Investments and last year’s inclusion in Cisco’s global price list, […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Macbooks for pros: How to decide among several workable options

July 16, 2018

Via: ZDNet

The introduction of the 2018 MacBook Pro models just a month after WWDC has surprised everyone. What’s even more of a surprise is that this crop of devices actually has offerings that are of use to high-end pro users. WHAT’S […]


Hardware Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

Is Apple preparing a massive hardware refresh?

July 12, 2018

Via: ZDNet

If you’ve been patiently waiting for Apple to refresh some of its aging hardware, you might not have to wait much longer before being able to put down some serious cash in exchange for some shiny new hardware. According to […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

Hands-On: The Walking Dead AR: Our World Is More Than Just Pokemon Go With Zombies

July 12, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Few entertainment properties are as ubiquitous as The Walking Dead. Everyone knows about the show, most of us have seen at least a few seasons, and the absolutely immense popularity of zombies across the world owes a lot to AMC’s […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

The Best 5 Games for HTC Vive

July 9, 2018

Via: Road to VR

It was a hard decision, but you’ve decided to go with the HTC Vive as your first ‘serious’ VR headset, a room-scale device that released early 2016 as a result of a decisive collaboration with Valve. Here we take a […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

VR Spellcaster The Wizards Gets Oculus Go, Gear VR Spin-Off

July 6, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Carbon Studio’s The Wizards is one of the more polished spellcasting games you can play in a VR headset, and now it’s getting a mobile-based spin-off. The studio this week released The Wizards: Trials of Meliora for Oculus Go and […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

Budget Cuts, Beat Saber, Skyrim Among SteamVR’s ‘Top-Selling’ Games Of 2018 So Far

July 5, 2018

Via: UploadVR

As part of its Summer Sale, Valve has published a list of the top-selling VR games of 2018 thus far, and there are some new faces included. As with the list shared at the end of 2017, games are split […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Rift Pulls Ahead Of Vive, Windows VR Gains Ground In June Steam Hardware Survey

July 2, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Another month and another similar set of Steam Hardware Survey results are in. The Oculus Rift once again came out on top in the optional survey in June 2018. Rift took 46.26% of the overall VR headset usage on Valve’s […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

Oculus Teases New Character for ‘Marvel Powers United VR’, Reveal Coming Tomorrow

June 27, 2018

Via: Road to VR

Oculus recently teased the next addition to the Marvel Powers United VR lineup, which included the cryptic message “all hail the king,” accompanied by the sound of a large feline growling. The obvious choice here would be Black Panther, but […]


Innovations, Memory Virtualization, Types

An Introduction to Holographic Storage

June 27, 2018

Via: SQL Server Pro

There was a time when optical storage was all the rage, and was widely expected to replace all forms of both removable media and conventional hard disks. First generation CD ROM discs, for example, held over 600 MB of data, […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

‘Oculus TV’ Brings Live & On-demand Video to Oculus Go, Now Available

June 26, 2018

Via: Road to VR

Announced back at Facebook’s F8 developer conference earlier this year, Oculus TV is the company’s latest first-party app that pulls a number of flatscreen video options together under one roof. The app is now available for free on Oculus Go. […]


Types, Videogame Virtualization

AltspaceVR Debuts New Hangout Space, New Games, And Leadership Program

June 22, 2018

Via: UploadVR

When AltspaceVR was shutting down, I felt a bit emotional about it. I’ve always loved MMOs, the communities they develop, and the people that play them, so when the social VR app, one of VR’s first big breakout pieces of […]


Desktop Virtualization, Types

Best desktop email clients 2018

June 21, 2018

Via: iCLOUD.pe

Web-based email has never been so popular yet there are plenty of headaches associated with having to be online to read your messages. Even the best cloud services out there struggle to replicate the ease of use that desktop-based clients […]


Network Virtualization, Types

VMware Delivers Next-Generation Network Functions Virtualization Platform for 5G and Multi-Cloud Telco Networks

June 13, 2018

Via: VMBlog

VMware, Inc. announced VMware vCloud NFV-OpenStack Edition 3.0, the next generation of the company’s production-proven network functions virtualization (NFV) platform for communications service providers (CSPs). With this new version of vCloud NFV-OpenStack Edition, which will include VMware Integrated OpenStack-Carrier Edition […]


Network Virtualization, Predictions, Trends, Types

Almost half of US consumers will have access to 5G by 2023

June 12, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Close to half of all US consumers will have access to 5G networks by 2023, according to Ericsson. 4G networking is now commonplace and offers better speeds than its predecessor, 3G. However, our thirst for mobile data brought on through […]


Innovations, Types

The Sublime Virtual Virtual Reality Finally Comes To Oculus Rift

June 7, 2018

Via: UploadVR

One of the most essential mobile VR experiences has finally made its way over to a PC-based headset. Tender Claws’ surreal VR adventure, Virtual Virtual Reality, got a surprise launch on the Oculus Rift this week for $19.99. In the […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

China’s Oculus Go Variant Sells Out in Minutes, 50,000+ Await More Stock

June 6, 2018

Via: Road to VR

The Chinese variant of the Oculus Go, sold by Xiaomi as the ‘Mi VR Standalone’, appears to be seeing strong launch demand, with the headset quickly selling out, in some cases within just minutes. XR intelligence firm Greenlight Insights estimates […]


Hardware Virtualization, Types

Rift/Vive Gap Narrows In Latest Steam Hardware Survey Results

June 4, 2018

Via: UploadVR

Last month saw the Oculus Rift pull even further ahead of the HTC Vive in Valve’s Steam Hardware Survey results, but the gap has narrowed again in May. This month’s results show less than 1% difference in headset usage between […]


Desktop Virtualization, Types

How to Switch Between Mac and Windows on Parallels Desktop

May 31, 2018

Via: Parallels Blog

Let’s be honest: to the average person, the idea of running two different operating systems at the same time on one computer is pretty weird. This idea naturally leads to questions like these: How do I know which one I’m […]