Month: juillet 2016 (page 2 of 2)

La façon de regarder la télé n’a finalement pas beaucoup évolué depuis 30 ans. Aujourd’hui, Molotov révolutionne la façon dont on accède à la télévision.

C’est dit !

Source : Molotov.tv

Pokémon is taking over the world. Again.

Source : ‘Pokémon Go’ is already bigger than Tinder, and it’s about to overtake Twitter

Tor is an anonymity and censorship circumvention network. Due to abuse by vandals, Tor exit nodes are usually blocked from editing Wikipedia.

Source : Wikipedia:Advice to users using Tor – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What’s the biggest problem with PC-based virtual reality right now? Is it the price? The lack of deep gaming experiences? Or is it that darned cord that keeps you from properly leaping around like a lunatic while playing Space Pirate Trainer? For the PC manufacturers gathered at Computex 2016 in Taiwan, it’s very much the latter. Yes, in a weird and quite frankly surprising trend, HP, MSI, Gigabyte, and Zotac are all showing off backpack-based PCs for free-to-roam VR gaming.

Source : Backpack VR PCs are now a thing: MSI, HP, and Zotac unveil new models | Ars Technica UK

Project Bloks is creating a development platform for tangible programming, to help kids develop computational thinking through playful coding experiences.

Source : Project Bloks – Creating a development platform for tangible programming

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