There were plenty of things that Microsoft has shared during its Windows 10 event earlier today but the biggest of them all is definitely this: the brand new Microsoft HoloLens. As the name implies, HoloLens is a headset that is designed provide holographic (or some prefer to call it augmented reality) experience for users and the device has been claimed as the most advanced holographic computer that the world has ever seen.
As promised, Microsoft today has revealed more information regarding its upcoming Windows 10 operating system through a special press event at its campus in Seattle. One of the first thing that company has revealed at the event is that the new operating system will be made available as a free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8.1 users.
Apart from extending the availablity of HyppTV Everywhere to non Unifi and Streamyx subscribers earlier this month, TM has also implemented another significant change to the IPTV service. The change comes in the form of packages realignment which resulted in two existing packs being discontinued and replaced with three new packs.
This will definitely be one of the strangest phones you’ll see this year. Introducing the Heart 401AB, a heart-shaped phone that can make calls and only calls. It doesn’t have a camera, or even SMS functionality. This oddly-shaped phone maybe quirky but there’s actually more to it.
HP has unveiled three new products under its Pro Slate and Elite family. The Pro Slate tablets come in a 7.9-inch and a 12.3-inch variant, both of which are aimed at enterprise and business professionals. The Elite convertible laptop features an 11.6-inch screen size and runs Windows 8.
Xiaomi’s handheld offerings are expanding with the announcement of a new BlueTooth game controller. It appears to be intended to accompany mobile devices, and the company is making some bold claims about the finishing and quality of their product; especially considering how low the price is.
Exploding Kittens, a project on Kickstarter, has been funded over US$1 million in less than seven hours. The creator, Elan Lee (Chief Design Officer of Xbox Entertainment Studios), only asked for a rather small amount of US$10,000 to fund the project. In the list of things that could potentially break the Internet, this is definitely a part of it.