Aerocool Put Cases Front And Center At Computex

By | June 23, 2017

Aerocool showed off a handful of new cases at Computex 2017. Although the company seemed to be focused mainly on its flagship P7-C1 chassis and gaming chairs, the other cases the company had on display are certainly worthy of your attention as well.  Given the fact that the P7-C1 was the only chassis mentioned in… Read More »

Lucid VR's 180-Degree Camera Shipping Just In Time For Google's VR180 Platform

By | June 23, 2017

After nearly two years of development and marketing, Lucid VR is finally bringing its 180-degree 3D camera to the market. Crowdfunding partners have hardware in their hands, and the company is gearing up for general availability. We first reported on Lucid VR’s affordable 180-degree stereoscopic LucidCam video camera in November 2015. The company launched an… Read More »

Watch Us Play 'Dirt 4' Today At 1pm PDT (LIVE NOW)

By | June 23, 2017

With the chaos of Computex and E3 in our rear-view mirror, it’s high time we returned to our regularly scheduled programming. That means we’ll end the week once again with another game livestream on Twitch. This week, we’re taking a look at Codemasters’ latest release: Dirt 4. After the release of the widely popular Dirt… Read More »

CyberArk: Windows 10 Vulnerable To Rootkits Via Intel's Processor Trace Functionality

By | June 23, 2017

CyberArk, a security company that specializes in stopping targeted attacks against other companies, has found a hooking technique that can bypass the Windows 10 “PatchGuard” kernel protection using hardware functionality found on Intel processors. The technique can be used to create persistent malware after a computer has already been infected. GhostHook A hooking technique gives… Read More »