In a bid to become "a world leader in digital services for the aerospace industry", Airbus has teamed up with Microsoft to deploy a number of mixed reality solutions to its workforce and customers.
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In a legal battle that has stretched for more than a year, common ground has been found and an agreement brokered that will resolve all disputes regarding the Star Control franchise.
New DLC bridging the storylines of Borderlands 2 and 3 has been released for free for a limited time alongside an official E3 trailer for the latter, providing a quick look at the new Vault Hunters.
There's a new LEGO Star Wars game on the horizon which will span the entire nine-film epic while bringing a family-friendly twist. The crossover title is headed for Xbox One and PC sometime next year.
Samsung's latest flagship smartphone range, the Galaxy S10, has been spotted in a new Cardinal Red option online, although it appears that it will be restricted to a subset of handset configurations.
A new update for the Samsung Galaxy A30 has been released in selected countries bringing the latest security updates for the Android operating system plus a new slow-motion video feature.
Bringing together RTX GPUs, a software stack comprised of SDKs and APIs, in addition to drivers targeting creative workflows, appropriately configured laptops will soon carry a new RTX Studio badge.
In a press conference held today before Computex 2019 kicks off, Nvidia has announced its latest range of mobile workstation GPUs, featuring three new RTX-enabled solutions with up to 16GB GDDR6 RAM.
Having launched earlier this year with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, Samsung will soon update its Galaxy M10, M20, and M30 handsets to Android 9.0 Pie while delivering the new One UI experience.
Having burst onto the console scene back in 2013 after a notably successful Kickstart campaign, Ouya seems to be going out with a whimper next month after a decision by Razer to retire the platform.
NAB has become the third of the "big four" banks in Australia to support Apple Pay, following the Commonwealth Bank's move earlier this year, leaving Westpac as the last major holdout.
While the OnePlus 6T included a USB Type-C to 3.5mm audio adapter in the box, OnePlus chose to omit the inclusion of a dongle with its 7 Pro handset and raise the online price of the peripheral.
A new version of the Intel Graphics DCH driver has been released, boasting launch support for A Plague Tale: Innocence, Total War: Three Kingdoms, and Conan Unconquered, along with other improvements.
Setting a US precedent, the city of San Francisco is set to ban the use of facial recognition technology by local agencies and mandate the city's approval for new surveillance technology purchases.
While the launch event for the OnePlus 7 smartphone range is slated to take place tomorrow, a Chinese online retailer has made an early move in opening reservations for the Pro handset variant.