In advance of Oculus Rifts’ 2016 (pending) release/shipment, a Virtual Reality Theme Park is set to open next year (potentially heralding the new generation of commercial application.
Does Redmond’s decision to end numbering Windows signify the death of the PC; the companies’ desired shift; both and/or something else?
The reported final (numbered) version of Microsoft’s Flagship OS could be the biggest indication of the firm’s (attempted) reinvention.
The current upsurge in the aforementioned is related to both advances in brain-research and the (obvious) desire for attempting to find viable commercial applications related to them.
According to the FCC’s Chairman, lawsuits will not beat ‘net Neutrality this time (again proving how inane this entire exercise is/was in and as far as why wasn’t America’s ‘next access determined as a Public Utility months/years ago?)
As Japan’s geriatric population continues growing/living longer, Japan Post’s upcoming Pilot Program to provide 1,000 senior citizens with tablets loading with apps to assist them has the potential to be an excellent prototype for the rest of the OECD.