SAP has placed a big bet on Hana, so customers that haven't already switched to the in-memory computing platform can be sure they'll be encouraged to do so in the near future. If they're smart, they'll make sure they're ready first.
A startup called Eyefluence aims to improve virtual and augmented reality with its eye-tracking technology. After an early glimpse at what the company's tech can do, it seems like a must-have for future headsets.
The look of games on Linux-based Steam machines and mobile devices will improve with the upcoming Vulkan API.
Snag the week's most enticing new Android apps and games.
Customize your own topographical creations with a splashy new interface and several new capabilities.
Plus, the Feds consider letting a computer be the "driver" of a car, and the viability of physical media in a streaming world.
Plus no Assassin's Creed in 2016, a sequel to Watch Dogs, and Quantum Break unveils a PC version. This is gaming news for February 8 - 12.
Google has prevailed in a court case filed against it by U.K.-based online mapping company Streetmap alleging anticompetitive behavior.
NBC's Hayu will stream same-day episodes of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and other reality shows, but not in the Untied States.
Messenger also now supports multiple accounts at once, so you don't have to constantly sign out to switch profiles.
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