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Jaunt VR App Lets You Experience Sir Paul McCartney In 3D On Your Google Cardboard Smartphone VR Device

It appears that Sir Paul McCartney is joining The Who in providing a virtual experience. But rather than relive history, VR enthusiasts will be able to experience McCartney’s final concert, which took place earlier this year, at San Francisco’s Candlestick Park in 3D. VR startup company Jaunt has released the 3D experience, its first piece


Microsoft Goes On Record ‘Windows 10 Upgrades For All Lumia Windows Phone 8 Devices’

It seems like we can't go a single month without seeing a major change happen at Microsoft that wouldn't have likely happened had the company still been under the rule of Steve Ballmer. Today, another such change is tossed on the pile, and it's a great one for anyone using a Windows Phone 8 device. When Windows Phone 8 dropped, it left a lot...


Police State: US Justice Department Spies On American Cellphones From Planes With ‘Dirtboxes’

The Department of Justice's U.S. Marshals Service division has reportedly been employing fake cellphone towers on planes in an effort to stay one step ahead of criminals such as drug dealers and terrorist organizations operating in the United States. Unfortunately for law abiding citizens and privacy advocates at large, the fake cell signals...


NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet Gets Android Lollipop Update, New Game Bundle, And GRID Game Streaming Service

The SHIELD Tablet is only a few months old, but NVIDIA is already updating the device with a freshly minted OS, a refreshed SHIELD Hub (and other NVIDIA apps), and access to the company’s newly upgraded GRID Game Streaming service. A number of new Tegra K1 optimized games are arriving as well, as well as a new game bundle which...


No Broadband For You! AT&T Stops Fiber Network Build-Out Until Net Neutrality Rules Are Hashed Out

AT&T will be pausing its current investments regarding plans to bring fiber connections to 100 cities. The reason for the halt is that the company is waiting for U.S. regulators to make a decision on how the issue of how internet service providers will be able to manage their web traffic. "We can't go out and invest that kind of money...


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