Category: Types

Types, Videogame Virtualization

Hands-On: Creed VR Boxing For PSVR Is Shaping Up To Be A Contender

May 24, 2018

Via: UploadVR

For a few weeks in real life last year I went to a boxing gym. Before long I injured my wrist and eventually stopped going because having a kid has a way of limiting your time (plus I’m lazy.) However, […]

Types, Videogame Virtualization

Sword Art Online’s New VR Game Is Not What We Wanted

May 23, 2018

Via: UploadVR

It’s always hard to tell if new games set in Sword Art Online’s virtual reality universe are actually, y’know, VR games or just games set inside VR. This upcoming release looks like it’s the former, though it’s hardly the one […]

Cloud Computing, Desktop Virtualization, Types

Why building a cloud-native desktop service is a different game to VDI

May 17, 2018


Since virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) and remote desktop session host (RDSH) technology has been available, vendors have offered on-premises solutions. Because these companies have made a name for themselves, most people familiar with the VDI space assume that the vendors […]

Innovations, Memory Virtualization, Trends, Types

The new era of the Multi-Model Database

May 16, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Databases were traditionally highly specialized data stores that were designed for specific tasks and until recently, they’ve been getting even more specialized. Recall data warehouses? Somebody once quipped to us that they were “bug fixes” for the shortcomings of transaction […]

Desktop Virtualization, Types

Origin on Mac with Parallels Desktop

May 10, 2018

Via: Parallels Blog

Ensuring Mac® and Windows users ever-changing needs are being met with excellent software is our priority here at Parallels. Our marketing team sincerely listens to the endless user suggestions and questions regarding support for popular Windows-specific software with Parallels Desktop® […]

Hardware Virtualization, Innovations, Trends, Types

Report: Samsung Working On Wireless AR/VR Headset With Microsoft

May 9, 2018

Via: UploadVR

It sounds like Samsung is working on a new headset that will utilize both virtual and augmented reality technology. That is according to the Korea Times, which cites a Samsung official familiar with the company’s plans. Apparently, this new headset […]

Types, Videogame Virtualization

Ready Player One’s Oasis Beta’s Latest Game Is Lifted From Arcade Saga

May 7, 2018

Via: UploadVR

It’s time to jump back into the Oasis; there’s now another game available for Ready Player One’s tie-in VR app, though it’s one you may have seen before. Fracture is a brick-breaking experience developed by the Vive-owned 2 Bears Studio. […]

Hardware Virtualization, Types

Oculus Go, Mirage Solo, and Vive Focus Standalone Headsets Compared

April 30, 2018

Via: Road to VR

Standalone VR headsets represent a new headset segment that sits somewhere between smartphone-based VR devices, and tethered, high-end VR systems, while offering some notable advantages over both. In this article we compare three standalone VR devices which will be available […]

Innovations, Network Virtualization, Trends, Types

Cisco rolls out new fabric switches in storage portfolio update

April 26, 2018

Via: ZDNet

Cisco is updating its storage networking portfolio with features designed to reduce performance and latency issues for on-premise mission-critical applications. The updates include new 32Gpbs fixed switches and new features for its MDS Diagnostics suite. Cisco said the MDS 32G […]

Hardware Virtualization, Types

Everything We Know About Oculus Go (so far)

April 24, 2018

Via: Road to VR

Oculus Go is an upcoming standalone VR headset and controller that offers the same content library and a similar experience to Gear VR, but in a dedicated unit rather than a ‘headset shell’ accessory for a smartphone. What follows is […]