Samsung’s proud of the Gear VR virtual reality headset, and wants it on as many heads as possible. Gear VR It’s giving one away for free to anyone who buys a compatible Galaxy smartphone until June 19.
Cyberthreats to US national security are not limited to military targets. Hackers The cyberthreat posed to intellectual property may prove to be the most significant one facing Washington. And foreign governments are increasingly able to launch sophisticated intrusions into the networks that control critical civilian infrastructure. Computer-induced failures of US power grids, transportation networks, or financial systems could cause massive physical damage and economic disruption.
On the day large demonstrations were planned the government completely cut off the internet traffic at 01:00 a.m. On 28 January 2011 the internet providers were ordered to break off all connections. Only a small provider, the Noor Group, which serves only 8% of the Egyptian internet users, remained available (although this provider was also taken off the air on 31 January). All other providers (such as Link Egypt, Vodafone/Raya, Telecom Egypt, Etisalat Misr and all their partners) went off the air. Companies, banks, internet cafes, educational institutions and government services were disconnected from each other, their customers and the rest of the world.
Samsung has added a Micro USB port so users can charge a phone while VRing, but more importantly, the directional touch pad on the right side is far easier to use and understand. There are now indentations to indicate which directions are up, down, left, and right, as well as how far to slide your finger. Smack in the middle is a circle – your virtual OK button. A separate Back button still exists as well. This works a lot like the Home button on your Android phone, taking you back to the home screen.
If you’re looking for fast-paced first-person shooter action experience through the cockpit of a fighter ship in space, then you’ve come to the right place. The fight against the vicious Nergal continues, and it’s up to you to repel wave after wave of enemy ships in Anshar Wars 2. Utilizing a totally hands-free control scheme, players can control their ship by a quick tilt of the head while firing off a myriad of weapons. It’s not Star Wars, but we’ll definitely take it. Gamepad optional.