Big Promises From Razer’s Lancehead Wireless Mouse

By | April 28, 2017

Razer is making some big promises with its wireless Lancehead gaming mouse. We’re accustomed to companies blasting marketing spiels that claim their new product is the “World’s First/Best/Awesomest” widget, but Razer is taking that to a new level. The company’s claims around the Lancehead include: -Most reliable wireless mouse in the world -Most reliable PC… Read More »

Acer Announces New Aspire, Swift Laptops

By | April 28, 2017

Acer introduced new members of the Aspire and Swift laptop series during its announcement–filled event in New York. We’ll start with the Aspire laptops. Acer divided the products into three categories in a press release: the “family-and-student focused” Aspire 1 and Aspire 3, the “practical and mainstream” Aspire 5, and the “top-of-the-line” Aspire 7. It’s… Read More »

Acer Mixed Reality HMD Doesn’t Do Mixed Reality

By | April 28, 2017

As far as we can tell, and as far as Acer would say, the company’s mixed reality HMD is actually just a VR HMD with inside-out tracking. We’ve been clamoring for more information (any solid information, really) on Acer’s upcoming mixed reality HMD specifically, and any of the other supposedly upcoming XR HMDs from other… Read More »

Symantec Rejects Google’s Certificate Plan, Promises To Be Good From Now On

By | April 27, 2017

Google recently announced that it would start progressively distrusting Symantec’s existing certificates over a period of several Chrome releases. Symantec doesn’t seem to like this plan, and it has instead proposed a number of alternative steps that it can take to improve its certificate validation process and prove that it’s properly issuing certificates. Google To… Read More »