New Xbox One Update Out Now

Microsoft has released a new Xbox One system update. Normally, that’s an exciting event, as new features or functionality are delivered to the console. But this one is somewhat different. The new Xbox One update out now does not introduce new features, but instead offers mysterious behind-the-scenes tweaks to...

Aston Martin's latest racer will mess with your eyeballs

I’ve found that resisting the urge to squint, put on glasses, or adjust your monitor while looking at this Aston Martin Vantage GTE racer is nigh impossible. Why? The artist, Tobias Rehberger, explains: “…The design is based on a geometric optical effect pattern. Comparable to a fast object, a steady fixation...

Xbox One's Forza 6 Has 450+ Cars and "Breathtaking Graphics" – Report

Ahead of Microsoft’s E3 briefing, which takes place one week from today, new screenshots and details for first-party racing game Forza Motorsport 6 have leaked. Discovered by IGN, the official Japanese Xbox website posted–and then removed–some information about Forza 6. First up, the game will reportedly have a collection...

The Coolest Stuff You Didn’t Know Google Photos Could Do

Google Photos may not be the perfect system, but its ease of use and super-fun features make it a great new choice. The post The Coolest Stuff You Didn’t Know Google Photos Could Do appeared first on WIRED. Go to Source Author: Megan Logan Powered by WPeMatico...

WWDC 2015: Live stream, start time, and schedule for Apple’s big event

I don’t care if you’re at the office, I want you to shout the following like it’s 1994 and you’re Hank Williams Jr.: Are you ready for some software? It’s a WWDC party! We’ll see iOS9 and OSX 10.11! Let’s get this show started! How do you feel? Energized? Good,...

Stop With the Millennial Niche News Sites Already

Investors are betting that niche news sites can better reach a millennial audience. But who says millennials want something different? The post Stop With the Millennial Niche News Sites Already appeared first on WIRED. Go to Source Author: Julia Greenberg Powered by WPeMatico...

Tim Cook says Apple’s WWDC keynote won't be all-male

Just ahead of Apple’s big Worldwide Developers Conference, CEO Tim Cook has spoken out about the company’s commitment to diversity and hinted that the WWDC keynote will finally include some level of female presence. Speaking after making an appearance at a Sunday orientation session for Apple’s WWDC scholarship program,...