VirZoom Wants You to Get in Shape Using Virtual Reality

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
VirZoom Wants You to Get in Shape Using Virtual Reality

Burning the Calories by working out with Virtual Reality Bike VirZOOM. Using virtual reality, VirZoom lets you exercise while setting new gaming records. The worlds of gaming, sports, live music, commerce and adult entertainment are all primed for a revolutionary consumption shift with the advent of virtual reality (VR). A new stationary bike from Boston startup VirZoom requires an unusual accessory while you’re pedalling: a virtual reality headset, so you can turn your workout into a virtual adventure.is a VR startup based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, which indulges you in an immersive world of video games as you trade your sweat beads while pedaling on a static bike.We have had a go ourselves ...

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Russian Man Suing Bethesda Over Fallout 4 Addiction

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
Russian Man Suing Bethesda Over Fallout 4 Addiction

Addicted to Fallout 4? Sue Bethesda, Like This Bonkers Russian Gamer. After Fallout 4’s release in November, things have been relatively quiet around the game and that might be because everyone has become addicted to the game – at least that’s the case for one person. The 28-year-old says he lost his wife and his job after spending three weeks playing Fallout 4 while skipping work, not sleeping or eating, and ignoring his friends, reports RT. But some of them can take a lot out of our time, with games like requiring well more than a day’s worth of combined play to reach 100 percent completion. According to RT, a 28-year-old man from Krasnoyarsk who downloaded the game with the intention ...

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BMW hit with $40M fine for recall violations

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BMW hit with $40M fine for recall violations

BMW hit with $40 million U.S. penalty for safety lapses. The fine is the second paid by BMW since 2012 and the latest in a series of civil penalties imposed on major auto makers by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). DETROIT — German automaker BMW is facing a $40 million penalty from U.S. safety regulators for moving too slowly to fix Mini brand cars that didn’t pass federal crash tests. Under the settlement, BMW admitted it did not comply with minimum crash protection standards, failed to notify owners of recalls in a timely fashion and failed to provide accurate information about its recalls to NHTSA. The settlement ends a NHTSA investigation into whether the ...

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NHTSA Fines BMW $40 Million for Series of Violations

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NHTSA Fines BMW $40 Million for Series of Violations

BMW hit with $40 million U.S. penalty for safety lapses. DETROIT – U.S. safety regulators have slapped German automaker BMW AG with a $40 million penalty for moving too slowly to fix Mini brand cars that failed federal crash tests. WASHINGTON: US auto safety regulators on Monday (Dec 21) fined BMW US$10 million, part of a US$40 million civil settlement over the German automaker’s safety lapses.The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has fined BMW AG BMW -1.25 % $40 million for repeatedly failing to address safety concerns related to its Mini Cooper vehicles and not launching an agreed-upon service campaign it had told regulators it would conduct.U.S. auto-safety regulators ...

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As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry

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As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry

As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry. This Christmas could be remembered as a digital watershed for the games business, the moment when the old way of selling video games — on discs in boxes — finally gave way to downloads. The problem is that asking any informed person about why you should own the console they purchsaed usually gets you a torrent of information that you don’t necessarily need to choose between the Xbox One or PS4. For a time it seemed that the PC was playing second fiddle to the console world, with developers building their games for console machines first and then producing often compromised ports to the PC at a later point. On one hand, ...

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As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry

As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry. This Christmas could be remembered as a digital watershed for the games business, the moment when the old way of selling video games — on discs in boxes — finally gave way to downloads. The problem is that asking any informed person about why you should own the console they purchsaed usually gets you a torrent of information that you don’t necessarily need to choose between the Xbox One or PS4. For a time it seemed that the PC was playing second fiddle to the console world, with developers building their games for console machines first and then producing often compromised ports to the PC at a later point. On one hand, ...

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Error 451 is the new Ray Bradbury-inspired HTTP code for online censorship

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Error 451 is the new Ray Bradbury-inspired HTTP code for online censorship

Error 451 is the new Ray Bradbury-inspired HTTP code for online censorship. Users will see the status code if they attempt to access a page that is blocked by a legal demand. Now the Internet Engineering Steering Group is adding one more error code for your browser—but this time it will make it all too clear why you can’t see something. The frequency of server shutdowns in increasing, according to ISPreview, with such sites as The Pirate Bay coming under legal fire for copyright violations. The IESG recently approved status code 451 that tells visitors they can’t see the requested content due to “legal obstacles,” which usually means government censorship. As explained by Mark Nottingham, ...

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PlayStation news: Speculations for free games in January start

Rubric: Android | 23 Dec 2015 | no comments yet »
PlayStation news: Speculations for free games in January start

As Downloads Take Over, a Turning Point for the Video Game Industry. This Christmas could be remembered as a digital watershed for the games business, the moment when the old way of selling video games — on discs in boxes — finally gave way to downloads. The problem is that asking any informed person about why you should own the console they purchsaed usually gets you a torrent of information that you don’t necessarily need to choose between the Xbox One or PS4. For a time it seemed that the PC was playing second fiddle to the console world, with developers building their games for console machines first and then producing often compromised ports to the PC at a later point. On one hand, ...

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Tim Cook Defends Encryption on Smartphones

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Tim Cook Defends Encryption on Smartphones

Apple chief Tim Cook says company is ‘more secretive than CIA’ and there isn’t a trade-off between security and privacy. COOK DEFENDS APPLE’S ENCRYPTION, TAX PRACTICES — Apple CEO Tim Cook repeated his opposition to government-mandated “backdoors” into online communications in an interview Sunday night on CBS’s “60 Minutes.” Cook said a backdoor to help decode encrypted messages would be available “for everybody, for good guys and for bad guys.” The interview was taped before the attacks in Paris, but 60 Minutes correspondent Charlie Rose said Cook has since told the program that while Apple is cooperating with authorities in ...

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Fallout 4 player binges, loses job and wife, sues Bethesda

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Fallout 4 player binges, loses job and wife, sues Bethesda

Bethesda Sued Over Fallout 4. After ‘s release in November, things have been relatively quiet around the game and that might be because everyone has become addicted to the game – at least that’s the case for one person.While it is not exactly Game of the Year due to a myriad of bugs and technical issues, Fallout 4 is undeniably addictive, and it’s so engrossing that someone decided to file a lawsuit against developers Bethesda.We’re all well aware that video games can be an immensely addictive hobby, goading or otherwise beguiling us into sinking as much of our time as we’re able into them The thing is, as something we’re passionate about, a good deal of us are more ...

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