Xbox Series X’s ‘Quick Resume’ demo is better than magic

Microsoft is showing off many of the details of its upcoming next-gen console in the lead up to that system’s holiday release. And one of the key new features it’s demonstrating is the Xbox Series X’s Quick Resume technology. This enables you to continue playing multiple games from a suspended save point. And since the Xbox Series X has backward compatibility, the feature works with existing games.

UploadVR’s E3 Showcase returns in June … without E3

Hey, UploadVR readers/watchers: We wanted to shoot out a quick update in light of the recent news about Electronic Entertainment Expo. As you’ll likely know by now, this year’s E3 has been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Like many of you, we’re disappointed to learn the show won’t be happening, but we completely understand and support the decision.

Coway Bidetmega 400 review: Coronavirus may usher in the age of the smart toilet

My bottom has never been so clean. And unlike my fellow Americans, I have not had to rush to the store to buy six months of toilet paper, thanks to a smart toilet seat with a bidet.

Quantum computing, AI, China, and synthetics highlighted in 2020 Tech Trends report

The world’s tech industry will be shaped by China, artificial intelligence, cancel culture, and a number of other trends, according to the Future Today Institute’s 2020 Tech Trends Report.

Oculus Quest wishlist: 4 upgrades we want

The Oculus Quest standalone VR headset is an incredible device that’s redefining what virtual reality means. The $400 all-in-one released in May with some great games like Superhot VR and Beat Saber working with complete wireless freedom. Just set up your guardian boundaries wherever you are and start playing.

Auducka is the VR child of Duck Hunt and Harmonix’s Audica

What do you get when you mix Harmonix’s rhythmic VR shooter, Audica, with classic light gun shooter Duck Hunt? Auducka, duh!

The emergence of the professional AI risk manager

When the 1970s and 1980s were colored by banking crises, regulators from around the world banded together to set international standards on how to manage financial risk. Those standards, now known as the Basel standards, define a common framework and taxonomy on how risk should be measured and managed. This led to the rise of professional financial risk managers, which was my first job. The largest professional risk associations, GARP and PRMIA, now have over 250,000 certified members combined, and there are many more professional risk managers out there who haven’t gone through those particular certifications.

Apple closes nearly all retail stores until March 27 over coronavirus

(Reuters) — Apple said late on Friday it will close all its retail stores, except those in Greater China, for the next two weeks to minimize the risk of coronavirus transmission.

How coronavirus could lead to a permanent remote workforce

As coronavirus fears hit a high point this week, companies have scrambled to institute new work from home policies. And those policies could become permanent in some cases, substantially altering our work- and life-style landscape in ways none of us would have predicted just a few weeks ago.

Call of Duty: Warzone hits 15 million battle royale players in 4 days

Call of Duty: Warzone debuted on Tuesday as the latest free-to-play battle royale game in Activision Blizzard’s shooter series. And it hit 15 million players in four days.