January 12, 2022
  • January 12, 2022

Hardware stuff

Remembering Christmas Past: Gainesville girl watched the plaza turn into a ‘magical place’ from her grandfather’s storefront

by on December 22, 2021 0

Pamela Carter Hutchinson remembers watching Christmas unfold around Gainesville Square in the 1950s as she sat many late afternoons in the large window of her grandfather’s AD McDonald’s grocery store , now the Ozark County Historium. She remembers seeing single strands of Christmas lights light up around the square, depicting shop windows decorated with...

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How I lived a week in the VR metaverse

by on December 21, 2021 0

Over the past few months, many tech companies have shared their latest developments towards the VR / AR metaverse. This new technological frontier has taken the entire industry by storm. The first to adapt to this new trend was Facebook; the company even went so far as to change its name to Meta to...

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Google pushes back a mighty botnet of a million

by on December 13, 2021 0

Cyber ​​security is a pretty serious thing. Malware can be difficult to detect and even more difficult to eliminate. The control that certain malware can have over your devices and potentially your life can be absolutely devastating. This is the reason I don’t open any forwarded emails from my grandparents no matter how funny...

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Sony’s 8K VR headset prototype is a mind-boggling glimpse into the future of PSVR

by on December 9, 2021 0

Sony gave us a glimpse into the future of VR hardware, showing off a prototype 8K headset at its annual Tech Day that may one day inspire PSVR. It features some pretty enticing micro-display technology, with Sony’s affectionate moniker “Microdisplay OLED and Low Latency Head-Mount Display” reaching 8K resolution by combining two miniaturized 4K...

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