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  2. Zero Latency’s VR experience features OSVR HDK2 headsets that are modified for location-based entertainment. The entertainment company forged partnerships with Sensics and Razer to implement design changes from the factory. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  3. The "Curse of Osiris" DLC will take you to Mercury this winter.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  4. ASRock published Intel's imminent Coffee Lake CPUs on a compatibility list for Socket 1151. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  5. G.Skill has announced yet another high-speed DDR4 memory kit for Intel’s X299 high-end desktop platform.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  6. The game only features the "Ixalan" card set, but it will implement newer sets and modes in the future.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  7. Oculus is rolling out version 1.18 of the Oculus Home software, which includes a new demo mode that makes it easier to demonstrate VR apps in large group settings. The new update also supports stereo cameras for mixed reality. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  8. Vicarious Inc. announced that it would be rolling out Android and iOS version of the Vicarious app, which will enable you to access the Vicarious social media platform from almost any smartphone. Currently, Vicarious is available only on Daydream. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  9. Equifax revealed that the names, birthdays, addresses, and Social Security numbers of 143 million people were compromised between May and July.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  10. The FIDO Alliance warned that the European Commission could expose the credentials of banking customers by allowing fintech companies to scrape them directly off of customers' screens, rather than use secure protocols.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  11. The barter system is alive and well in this insular, and sometimes obsessive community of keyboard enthusiasts who love keycaps. But why is it like that? Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  12. Zotac, a giant in the world of small form factor PCs, added new models to its Zbox M and P series mini-PCs. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  13. The driver also fixes a few issues with "Guild Wars 2" and "Titanfall 2."Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  14. Security researchers from the Chaos Computer Club identified multiple vulnerabilities in PC-Wahl, the proprietary software used to capture, aggregate, and tabulate votes in multiple German elections, including the upcoming parliamentary election.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  15. Roman Hartung, otherwise known by his overclocking handle Der8auer, delidded an $1,100 i9-7920X and posted pictures to his Facebook account. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  16. The Blizzard Arena will play host to the "Overwatch" Contenders playoffs from October 7-8, the Summer Championship for the "Hearthstone" Championship Tour on October 13, and the first season of the "Overwatch" League later this year.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  17. The demo will include three different races, and PC players can test their system performance with the in-game benchmark mode.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  18. Asrock’s latest motherboard offering is designed specifically for overclockers. The company proudly claimed that the X299 OC Formula was “BORN TO BREAK THE LIMITS” (in all caps). Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  19. Pimax released a video that shows off several accessories that the company is developing for its upcoming 8K VR HMD, including eye tracking modules, an inside-out tracking module, and even a scent module. Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  20. You'll travel to a new region where you'll have to decide the fate of refugees fleeing from Kyros and his evil reign.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  21. Facebook revealed that roughly 470 accounts suspected to be of Russian origin spent $100,000 on ads from June 2015 to May 2017 in an effort to sway public opinion on hot button issues.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  22. DeepMind and Blizzard released tools to allow developers to build their own AI agents that can beat human players in "StarCraft II," a game that is much more difficult for an AI to master than Go was.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  23. Another day, another company announces all-on-one cooler support for AMD’s HEDT Threadripper processor. This one covers the entire processor, though.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  24. These efforts are supposed to help the company make sure bad actors can't evade its reviewers' gazes to mislead or harm the billion-plus people who use its service.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  25. The non-VR version of the game is playable at 4K and 60 frames per second. Oculus Rift owners can use the Remote or Touch controllers to play "Rez Infinite."Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
  26. The update, which Hello Games is calling "Atlas Rises," will be released sometime this week as a free expansion for "No Man's Sky" players on PC and PlayStation 4.Click to View the full article at Tom's Hardware
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