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How hackers could use popular virtual reality headsets to steal sensitive information

Researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick have published “Face-Mic,” the first work examining how voice command features on virtual reality headsets could lead to major …

62% of consumers believe hyperscale computing will have a positive impact over the next five years

A majority of consumers believe hyperconnectivity driven by hyperscale computing will positively impact them within five years, according to a report from Cadence Design …

Are today’s organizations ready for the data age?

67% of business and IT managers expect the sheer quantity of data to grow nearly five times by 2025, a Splunk survey reveals. The research shows that leaders see the …

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Immersive technologies are game changers for cybersecurity job growth

A new ESG study, which surveyed more than 500 people aged 16 to 24, revealed that 74% of respondents said the use of VR tools would increase their likelihood of pursuing …

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Hacking virtual and augmented reality: Short-term FUD, long-term danger

I believe virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are on the cusp of mass success, and will dramatically change the way we use technology. However, with new technology …

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Why you should read the Oculus Terms of Service

Last Monday, the long-awaited Oculus Rift virtual reality headsets started being delivered to their buyers. Hopefully, the latter have read the Terms of Service that come with …

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