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If you thought that United States intelligence and law enforcement agencies around the country were incredibly adamant about spying on its citizens (going to extreme lengths to do so), you haven’t... Read more...
It’s just about time to close out another week, but before we go, we’ve got a fresh batch of HOT deals to share, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a... Read more...
We must say, Microsoft has gotten pretty good at using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to bring us cool smartphone and web apps. Microsoft has tried its best at guessing our age, and even our emotional state. Now, Microsoft is... Read more...
The last time we saw OCZ, there were tearing up CES with an upcoming NVMe solid state drive that could transfer data at upwards of 2.7GB/s that was features alongside a few new SATA-based solutions, like the Trion 150 series we’ll be showing you... Read more...
Get out your driving gloves and buckle up folks, the newest Need for Speed title from developer Ghost Games and publisher Electronic Arts is burning rubber to PCs next month with a few new fancy... Read more...
Apple offered a logical explanation as to why iPhone 6 users might see the dreaded "Error 53" code on their smartphone after having an unauthorized repair person replace a defective screen, but will that explanation hold up in court? A class action... Read more...
Streaming video already accounts for the bulk of mobile traffic, and by 2020, Cisco reckons it will account for 75 percent mobile data. Higher resolution feeds and video sharing apps like Snapchat and Vine are all driving this trend, but can the... Read more...
Google's contribution to the virtual reality market so far has been a blueprint for a low-cost viewer that users can can construct at home out of cardboard and a few other parts. It's a thumbing of... Read more...
Samsung is set to announce its next generation Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge smartphones on February 21st. It seems as though not much is being left to the imagination as specs and renders of the smartphones have leaked over the past few weeks, and... Read more...
In late January, Samsung kicked off the global launch of the Gear S2 Classic New Edition smartwatch. The name is defiantly a mouthful, but it merely represents two new finishes available on Samsung’s range-topping Tizen-based smartwatch: Rose Gold... Read more...
With Remedy Entertainment's latest title, Quantum Break, launching on April 5th, Microsoft has decided to give us a two-month heads-up on a couple of important details surrounding the launch. First and foremost, the company has just announced that... Read more...
If you want to bolster your IT security skills, we've got an awesome deal running in the HotHardware Shop that you may be very interested in. IT Security & Ethical Hacking Certification Training... Read more...
Users of the Chrome beta for Android are in for a bit of a treat, as the latest version has added support for "Physical Web" beacons. Don't worry if you've never heard of these, because most haven't... Read more...
Companies like Google and Comcast make big to-dos whenever they expand their 1Gbps fiber optic Internet service into a new areas, and with good reason—that's really freaking fast. It's also wired, the same of which can't be said for Qualcomm's... Read more...
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