Space and Science, Virtual Reality (VR), VR World, Wearables

4-D goggles let virtual objects “touch” users

Researchers from the UC San Diego and San Diego State University have developed a pair of 4-D goggles intended to synchronize the feeling of being touched with visual input from a VR device. The creation is based on the neuroscience team’s new study that maps the regions of the brain dedicated to multisensory integration. The researchers used functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to detect oxygenated blood flow–an indicator of neural activity–to different brain areas to detect which ones were activated by a combination of visual and tactile input. Once they had the relevant regions localized, the team was able to gauge what timing of sights


Global Politics, US, VR World

Revenge Porn Site Operator Gets Jail Time

First conviction of a revenge porn site operator sees smut boss get 18 years.


Android, Apple, Business, Companies, Mobile Computing, Operating Systems, Software Programs, VR World, Windows Phone

San Diego Carriers Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile Tied in Performance

San Diego Carriers

The San Diego carriers duke it out again in Rootmetrics’ scoring for the second half of 2014 and the results are that Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile are a tie


Event, Gaming, Hardware, VR World

San Diego LAN-A-THON This Weekend


San Diego LAN-A-THON This Weekend mostly for PC Gamers interested in playing League of Legends, CS:GO, Starcraft 2 or almost any other game.


2014, Comic-Con, Entertainment, Event, VR World

2014 San Diego Comic-Con: Preview Night Gallery

Every year Comic-Con rolls around and every year they have a preview night where you can check out some of the booths that are already setup and even some of the off-site stuff that’s already set up. This year, it seemed like almost all of the booths onsite (in the conference hall) were pretty much up and running (and selling stuff or signing stuff). However, a lot of the off-site things were not quite ready yet and were in the process of being brought up. As such, this gallery won’t be as complete as some of our later ones, but we wanted to give you


Business, Cloud Computing, Entertainment, Opinion, Rumors, VR World

San Diego Not Getting 300, 200 or 100 Mbps

Time Warner Cable Logo

In one of the most depressing rumor squashings I have ever had to personally experience, I am reporting to you today that Time Warner Cable’s rumored 300 Mbps, 200 Mbps services are not rolling out on July 7th. In fact, after speaking with Time Warner Cable’s representative for the San Diego area we got some even more depressing news. According to Bret Picciolo of Time Warner Cable, the company will not be rolling out their 300 and 200 Mbps services in the San Diego area. This is in spite of multiple CSRs indicating to myself and other people that such services would be available starting


Breaking, Business, Enterprise, VR World

AT&T Uverse Suffers Another Nationwide Outage

According to reports flooding in through Twitter, AT&T Uverse users are suffering from nationwide outages of both TV and internet service. While there is no official explanation from AT&T or an estimated time of return to service, this is another outage from AT&T’s Uverse service which has been having issues as of late with multiple nationwide outages in recent memory. This is one of the problems with having a unified TV and internet service through one network and one provider. Not to mention the fact that Uverse, when available, is the only alternative to most cable companies that people are stuck with. There are many