For a company that was recently bought up by the behemoth that is Facebook, Oculus' guys at the top are surprisingly chatty.
It's not uncommon to receive reams of marketing spiel from top executives at expensive game companies, but when I sat down with Nate Mitchell and Palmer Luckey at Oculus during Gamescom last week, it quickly began apparent that the Facebook buyout hasn't stopped these guys from speaking their minds, and letting the passion they have for VR spill all over the place.
Social Network Facebook has added its recent acquisition Oculus VR to its bug hunting bonus payout offer.
Facebook only pays out to individuals, it said, and its lowest bounty amount is $500. The actual payout award depends on the circumstances and, one would expect, the potential impact of the vulnerability.
Facebook paid some $2bn for Oculus VR, it might be safe to assume that the social network values its security just as highly as its own.
Sony Project Morpheus release date which was originally rumored to be this year, 2014 will have to be pushed back as it now seems very unlikely to have a 2014 release. Sony's Project Morpheus is one of the company's latest technological invention which aims to create a magical sense of presence when played with the PlayStation 4. The head of Sony, though, is very hopeful that this device will bring a very bright future not only to company products but for the gaming world in general.