We already knew 2016 would be a big year for VR — with news from Oculus, it begins.
Photos from SpaceX of the Falcon 9 returned to its hanger post-mission.
“The Falcon has landed.”
As Denmark moves toward new energy policies for the coming decade, industry and government contemplate wind power’s role in a comprehensive energy strategy to secure the renewable transition.
What was pitched to be a historic moment for SpaceX took a disastrous turn as the Falcon 9 rocket disintegrated several moments after launch. This was the nineteenth Falcon 9 launch by the pioneering rocket company. The launch was part of SpaceX’s Commercial Resupply Services contract with NASA, and was the seventh mission to deliver supplies via…
An in-depth look at one of the most promising materials of nanotechnology – carbon nanotubes. Part 1 provides an introduction, covers the discovery of nanotubes, and details on their extraordinary structure and properties.
A look into SpaceX plans to establish a constellation of 4000 satellites that will provide ultra-fast global internet coverage (and support Earth to Mars communication on the side).
The formal arrival of virtual reality as Oculus reveal final design of the Rift at a pre-E3 event together with new content, and next-gen controller system ‘Oculus Touch’.
IBM reveal the first of its type, fully integrated, ultra-fast photonic computer chip. Phlebas considers what photonics are, and why they matter for Big Data and cloud computing.
Oculus announce that the Rift will come to commercial market in the first quarter of 2016.