Enter for your chance to win an Oculus Quest VR headset*

[ad_1] Rick Broida/CNET Words can’t adequately express how much I love VR, and particularly the Oculus Quest VR headset. It’s a self-contained system, no PC tether required, with tons of great games and apps. It’s so great, in fact, that it’s constantly sold out just about everywhere (though we’ve been tracking Oculus Quest inventory at…

Alicia Keys’ strong commencement speech recognizes ‘the most powerful time to be coming of age’

[ad_1] Alicia Keys has levelled with graduating students who might not feel like celebrating right now, but should honor themselves nonetheless. Students are graduating across America, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and after weeks of protests for racial justice and against police brutality, following the police killing of George Floyd, who died after an officer…

How to Create a Dial-In Conference with Microsoft Teams

[ad_1] Microsoft Teams gives businesses reliable collaboration and communication tools through desktop, web, and mobile applications. While most audio calls are made through the app, Teams uses audio conferences to let anyone easily dial in using a phone number. How to Get Started with Audio Conferencing in Microsoft Teams If your meeting is going to…

Best monitors under $200 you can get right now

[ad_1] If you’ve suddenly found yourself on a tight budget, you can still find a decent monitor for less than $200. But act fast if you find a cheap monitor you want — thanks to so many people currently working from home, they’re going in and out of stock like Black Friday doorbusters. Or discontinued…

Play hundreds of games (UK deal)

[ad_1] All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. A three-month subscription to PlayStation Now is on sale for £16.85 on ShopTo. Image: pexels By Joseph GreenMashable Shopping2020-06-08 10:50:30 UTC TL;DR: A three-month subscription to PlayStation Now…

As many Chinese manufacturers face low overseas demand due to the coronavirus, companies like Pinduoduo and JD have helped many launch their own domestic brands (Karen Hao/MIT Technology Review)

[ad_1] Karen Hao / MIT Technology Review: As many Chinese manufacturers face low overseas demand due to the coronavirus, companies like Pinduoduo and JD have helped many launch their own domestic brands  —  Ask Zhu Kaiyu about his factory, and he can rattle off a series of statistics meant to impress: 15,000 square meters ……