PrimeSense, the Israeli company whose 3D sensors helped make the Kinect such a massive hit for gamers and hackers alike, has been dipping its feet in the robotic waters a bit as of late. The company offered up its sensors for use in iRobot’s telecommunication ‘bot, Ava, and now they’ve made their way
Hitfox, the Berlin and San Francisco-based games publisher founded by serial entrepreneurs Jan Beckers, Tim Koschella, Ruben Haas, Hanno Fichtner, along with Team Europe, is venturing into the incubator space with the launch of HitFox Game Ventures. The new enterprise will stick to a tight vertical brief
If we were making a list of terrifying airborne war machines, this would probably rank near the top. You certainly won’t want to be targeted by the Fire Shadow, but from the safety of a web browser, it’s impossible not to marvel at the craft’s versatility. Manufactured by French developer MBDA, the Fire
It’s easy to assume that the greater mysteries of the universe should require our space agency’s utmost attention — take that mission to Mars, for example. But not all of NASA’s endeavors are focused on the bookends of the cosmos. In fact, the ISERV Pathfinder (short for International Space Station
Scot Osterweil, director creativo del grupo The Education Arcade del MIT, cree que los juegos mejoran el aprendizaje significativo y pueden aprovechar el tipo de experiencia que ofrecen los dispositivos móviles.
Un nuevo software permite hacer en un ordenador pequeño, y en cuestión de minutos, lo que solían hacer gigantes grupos de máquinas.
Quienes conocen el tema echan la culpa a varios factores, especialmente cambios poco acertados en el diseño del sitio.
Well known ChromiumOS developer Hexxeh has been fiddling around with the Raspberry Pi since its debut and his latest experiment is a beta version of the Chromium browser, ready to run on Raspbian images. While it’s not the full Chromium OS (that’s still under development) it should help ease the pain
Netflix has certainly proved that customers like the idea of paying a low monthly fee in exchange for being able to try out all sorts of things that they don’t really have any interest in buying. Other startups have come forward since, including rental-by-mail services for toys, books, and video
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