Author Archive: Johan Keyter

Johan is a journalist, history buff, and tech enthusiast who enjoys writing about science, technology, and gaming. He also scuba dives but that doesn't seem relevant.

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Bentley acquires Synchro Software

Bentley acquires Synchro Software

The London-based company adds its 4D construction modeling expertise to Bentley’s ProjectWise construction offerings.

By July 27, 2018 Read More →
Siemens makes Teamcenter 12 cost-effective, provides flexible PLM

Siemens makes Teamcenter 12 cost-effective, provides flexible PLM

The latest version of the company’s flagship PLM offering sees several quality of life improvements.

By July 2, 2018 Read More →
Onshape Enterprise brings new management tools to cloud-based CAD

Onshape Enterprise brings new management tools to cloud-based CAD

Realtime analytics capabilities help easily track the activities of all users from multiple devices.

By June 25, 2018 Read More →
Solid Edge 2019 has arrived

Solid Edge 2019 has arrived

Siemens recently unveiled the newest member in its longstanding ‘Solid Edge’ family of CAD products.

By June 18, 2018 Read More →
LINE Game Platform provides new tools for mobile developers

LINE Game Platform provides new tools for mobile developers

New platform to combat clone apps and mobile gaming exploits while also providing development toolkit and support.

By April 13, 2018 Read More →
Tobii and Qualcomm pursue eye tracking for mobile VR/AR headsets

Tobii and Qualcomm pursue eye tracking for mobile VR/AR headsets

Collaboration sees Tobii’s EyeCore technologies make their way to mobile devices.

By April 5, 2018 Read More →
FreeSync 2 support coming to Xbox One X and S

FreeSync 2 support coming to Xbox One X and S

Microsoft and AMD continues expanding the graphical capabilities of the Xbox One X/S, unfortunately also requires you to buy a new monitor.

By March 27, 2018 Read More →
The advanced AR hand tracking technology no one is using

The advanced AR hand tracking technology no one is using

PerceptiveIO showed off impressive AR tracking technology last year, but the company has gone dark in the meantime.

By March 2, 2018 Read More →