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The Oculus Rift should still ship to consumers in the first quarter of the year, Oculus says.
Improvements were uneven, however, and the US still trails other nations in average broadband speeds.
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The virtual tour, posted on YouTube, lets you get about as close to the White House's holiday displays as you can without actually going to DC.
Microsoft removed Placeholders from the original Windows 10 release because it caused user confusion, according to the report.
iPhone owners report seeing full-screen ads for the iPhone 6s appear in the iOS App Store app.
OpenAI is a new non-profit research company that wants ensure that artificial intelligence works for us, not against us.
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