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‘Modern Warfare Remastered’ heads to PS4 without the bundle

If you were disappointed that you had to keep the $80 disc for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in your gaming rig to be able to play the better-reviewed Modern Warfare remaster, you're in luck. Publisher Activision has announced that it will reverse t...
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Surface Pro review: Microsoft’s best hybrid notebook plays it safe

The Surface Pro is everything we've ever wanted from Microsoft's Surface line. It fixes the few remaining problems from the Surface Pro 4, a machine that I adored. And yet, it's far less exciting than its predecessors. It's the second incremental upg...
deadly attack at her May show left 22 dead and dozens injured  — brought together some of the world's most popular musical artists to raise money for Manchester attack victims.

And though the touching performances are over, Katy Perry recently released some behind-the-scenes footage of rehearsals, backstage interactions, and red carpet hugs from the charity event so fans can keep the love alive.

Perry gives us a glimpse at her chats with Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and Niall Horan at the event, along with footage of herself dancing to Ariana Grande's music and her own performance. Read more...

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Katy Perry just released a behind-the-scenes video of One Love Manchester

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Ariana Grande's unifying One Love Manchester benefit concert — which took place after a deadly attack at her May show left 22 dead and dozens injured  — brought together some of the world's most popular musical artists to raise money for Manchester attack victims.

And though the touching performances are over, Katy Perry recently released some behind-the-scenes footage of rehearsals, backstage interactions, and red carpet hugs from the charity event so fans can keep the love alive.

Perry gives us a glimpse at her chats with Justin Bieber, Miley Cyrus, and Niall Horan at the event, along with footage of herself dancing to Ariana Grande's music and her own performance. Read more...

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YouTube’s 2017 lineup of Red Originals includes six new shows

Other than its innovated VR180 format and YouTube TV expansion, Google's video streaming site found time to mention its subscription package during Vidcon 2017. For 2017 the YouTube Red Originals lineup has a mix of new series on the way including an...
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Nissan teases self-driving features for the next-gen Leaf

The next generation Leaf EV will be the first with ProPilot driver assist in North American and Europe, and Nissan has just showed how that will look. Activated by a button on the steering wheel, it can control steering, braking and acceleration, but...
virtual reality headset, if you're a heavy YouTube user, you've probably stumbled upon a 360 video on the site and thought: This looks interesting, but very weird and hard to watch in my browser. 

YouTube has been obviously been paying attention to these kinds of comments and has come up with a solution that serves both VR enthusiasts and non-VR users alike. It's called VR 180—and it's going to be available for YouTube's creators to begin making next-level immersive content.

Like most things involving VR in these early days of mainstreaming the platform, there are upsides and downsides with VR 180.  Read more...

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YouTube’s VR 180 and Daydream cameras bring immersive video to traditional creators

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Even if you've never strapped on a virtual reality headset, if you're a heavy YouTube user, you've probably stumbled upon a 360 video on the site and thought: This looks interesting, but very weird and hard to watch in my browser. 

YouTube has been obviously been paying attention to these kinds of comments and has come up with a solution that serves both VR enthusiasts and non-VR users alike. It's called VR 180—and it's going to be available for YouTube's creators to begin making next-level immersive content.

Like most things involving VR in these early days of mainstreaming the platform, there are upsides and downsides with VR 180.  Read more...

More about Google, Video, Youtube, Streaming, and Virtual Reality
virtual reality headset, if you're a heavy YouTube user, you've probably stumbled upon a 360 video on the site and thought: This looks interesting, but very weird and hard to watch in my browser. 

YouTube has been obviously been paying attention to these kinds of comments and has come up with a solution that serves both VR enthusiasts and non-VR users alike. It's called VR 180—and it's going to be available for YouTube's creators to begin making next-level immersive content.

Like most things involving VR in these early days of mainstreaming the platform, there are upsides and downsides with VR 180.  Read more...

More about Google, Video, Youtube, Streaming, and Virtual Reality'>
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YouTube’s VR 180 and Daydream cameras bring immersive video to traditional creators

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Even if you've never strapped on a virtual reality headset, if you're a heavy YouTube user, you've probably stumbled upon a 360 video on the site and thought: This looks interesting, but very weird and hard to watch in my browser. 

YouTube has been obviously been paying attention to these kinds of comments and has come up with a solution that serves both VR enthusiasts and non-VR users alike. It's called VR 180—and it's going to be available for YouTube's creators to begin making next-level immersive content.

Like most things involving VR in these early days of mainstreaming the platform, there are upsides and downsides with VR 180.  Read more...

More about Google, Video, Youtube, Streaming, and Virtual Reality
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YouTube’s ‘VR180’ format works on screens and in headsets

At today's Vidcon event, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki rolled out a new format for videos called VR180. Intended to split the difference between 360/VR formats and standard videos, it lets creators shoot videos that are immersive when viewed in a virtua...
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Cat who needs personal space is disturbingly good at hiding in drawers

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Don't challenge this cat to a game of Hide and Seek, as you will surely lose. 

Our furry friend Loki the cat was caught on camera climbing into a dresser drawer it opened itself.

It's pretty freaky, actually. We can see how a cat might learn to open a drawer, but we're mystified as to how a cat could learn to close the drawer from the inside!

Just another sign that cats will rule us all one day. Read more...

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Your next favorite songs are the backbone of ‘Metronomicon’

Rhythm games live and die by their soundtracks. The problem is, if you're holding a plastic instrument in your hand, you've probably played through the same songs over and over whether it's in Rock Band or Guitar Hero. Regardless of how advanced the...