Pre-Order The Oculus Rift This Year; Delivery Next Year

Get Set To Pre-Order The Oculus Rift From End Of 2015

Oculus Rift will be available for pre-order by the end of this year. However, it will only reach buyers by early 2016. This has been confirmed on a blog post by Oculus. While Oculus hosted the Oculus Rift June Live event sometime back, details about the new releases and availability was made public only now. The blog posted today mentioned that Oculus Rift will be based on the comfort, immersion and presence of the prototype Crescent Bay. It will also come laced with an improvised tracking mechanism as well as support for standing and sitting experiences. The June event did highlight that physicality will be revamped. What’s Up With Oculus Rift? Oculus Rift is highly anticipated because it will be able to stream games from the Xbox One and allow gamers to enjoy their own virtual playground. This idea appeals to many. Compatibility with Windows 10 adds to the benefits [+more]

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Asus Transformer Convertibles Take The Middle Path

Asus brings Asus Transformer Book T100HA and Transformer Book Flip TP200SA convertibles for Windows 10

Taiwanese manufacturer Asus has announced two new convertible gadgets, the Transformer Book T100HA and Transformer Book Flip TP200SA. These gadgets meet the requirement of people who want a tablet at one moment and a laptop soon later. User requirements of computing are so varied today that these convertibles will soon make a space for themselves. Asus Transformer Book T100HA at a glance The Asus Transformer Book T100HA is an easy-to-use tablet supported with a completely detachable keyboard along with 10.1-inch display at a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. Powered by the Intel Atom x5-Z8500, this tablet comes with a choice of 2GB as well as 4GB memory along with 128GB, 64GB and 32GB choices for storage. Not just that, the device also offer choices of the operating system you can install. Users can choose between Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro. To ensure user-friendliness of the device, the makers have [+more]

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Windows 10 Preview Build Focuses On Photo sharing

Windows 10 Preview Build Focuses on Photo sharing

To further enhance user anticipation, Microsoft has launched an insider preview build of the Windows 10 Mobile. Called the Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10536, it gives Windows insiders two updates—Build 10514 and Buld 10536.1000. According to a Windows blog, the latest update is delayed but comes with many surprises. Firstly, it includes the Insider Hub yet again and fixes the Mobile hotspot functionality. Support has also been provided to include two more languages in the voice input—Japanese and English (India) for greater global acceptance. The latest update on this Windows 10 Mobile build also includes two-factor authentication and enhanced start time. Improved Photo app  The latest build is reportedly adding folder view options so that users can easily see pictures from their PC as well as OneDrive using a Photo app. Not just that, the new update will also allow users to access files in the SD card directly. When [+more]

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IFA 2015: Lenovo Launches ThinkPad Yoga 260

Lenovo Launches ThinkPad Yoga 260 At IFA

Windows devices are finally coming into the big league thanks to Lenovo. The maker announced launch of its latest array of Windows 10 based laptops as well as desktops for the B, E, M and S series at IFA, Berlin in Germany on Wednesday. The laptop variants that saw revelation are ThinkPad Yoga 260, IdeaPad 100S, the IdeaPad 300,  IdeaPad 500,  Idea IdeaPad 300, IdeaPad 500 and Lenovo’s Miix 700 devices. Also, up for availability in the retail marts soon are the IdeaCentre desktops and the Yoga Tab 3 Android tab. Dissecting The ThinkPad Yoga 260             We chose to dissect the ThinkPad Yoga 260 that is causing buzz with its LTE capability. The classic stand, tend and normal modes are still available on this Yoga baby.   Read More: With a 12.5-incher display, users can choose a full HD or a FHD option when it comes to screen res. Powering the entrails of the [+more]

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Windows 10 Secret Start Menu Enhances User Friendliness

Windows 10 Secret menu to enhance user-friendliness and reduce time

Windows 10 is now out in the market and has successfully retained its pre-launch hype. The new operating system of Microsoft has earned positive response from users, thanks to its unique Start Menu. The new Start Menu is not just convenient to find and use, it offer several hidden functions for enhanced user-friendliness. Secret Start Menu at a glance By now, many of you know that the new operating system can be used in touchscreen mode as well. Users who want to operate the device in touchscreen mode just need to tap and hold the Start button for one or two seconds to make it functional. Apart from the touchscreen mode, the shortcut menu also has some secrets that comes handy for many of the users. By using this menu, users can directly go to the tool they want without going through multiple menus. Whether you want to access the [+more]

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Windows 10 Users Facing ‘Reboot Loop’ after Receiving Cumulative Update

Windows 10 Secret menu to enhance user-friendliness and reduce time

Microsoft Windows 10 users are in trouble again. Recently, the latest OS received a cumulative update that has been causing a ‘reboot loop’ on the systems of some users. The latest update called KB3081424 was released last week. It was meant to bring “all previously-released fixes”. However, many users have failed to install the update into their systems. Thus, Windows 10 tries to install itself on restarting the system. This lands the system in a ‘reboot glitch’. Adrian Kingsley of ZDNet opined, “The problem, in a nutshell, is that the update puts affected systems into an endless crash loop. The update tries to install, gets to a certain point, fails, and then displays the unhelpful – We couldn’t complete the updates, undoing the changes.” He added further, “If it stopped there things wouldn’t be too bad, but because Microsoft now forces updates onto Windows 10 users, the OS kept trying [+more]

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