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Microsoft released its first public build of Windows 10 for smartphone on February 12. While Windows Phone users were excited at the prospects of testing out Microsoft’s next generation mobile operating system on their existing hardware, many were... Read more...
If Google isn’t getting under your skin yet, it might be in the future. Medical devices juggernaut Johnson & Johnson announced this week that one its companies is partnering with Google to create... Read more...
Facebook’s efforts to spread Internet connectivity to nearly every person on the globe will get off the ground this summer. A new report from The Wall Street Journal indicates that Facebook’s... Read more...
Apple is riding high these days. The company is coming off a blockbuster [calendar] Q4 in which it sold a record 74.5 million iPhones. Apple’s stellar performance was enough to put it ahead of Samsung in global smartphone sales for the quarter... Read more...
It’s just about time to close out another week, but not before serving up the latest batch of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on the Dell P2415Q 23.8" UltraHD 4K (3840x2160) IPS display, a... Read more...
We are adding a new feature here at HotHardware--the brand new HotHardware Shop--to make it easier for you all to find some great deals on the latest tech gear and related products. The HotHardware Shop will be constantly expanding, but it is already loaded up with deals on everything from gadgets and gear, to... Read more...
We're starting to think that if a nuclear war breaks out or an asteroid the size of Texas rams into our planet, all that will be left in the aftermath are cockroaches and BlackBerry. Maybe just... Read more...
If you're ever worried about not being noticed, the obvious solution is to throw hyperbolic claims around. We saw a great example of this just last month, where MoffettNathanson analyst Craig Moffett compared Google's Fiber Internet service to... Read more...
Toshiba and SanDisk announced the joint development of what they claim is the world's first 48-layer three dimensional stacked cell structure flash memory, otherwise known as BiCS (Bit Cost Scalable), a 2-bit-per-cell 128-gigabit (16 gigabytes)... Read more...
HTC parted ways with another executive this week, though the company didn’t indicate who had initiated the split. Jonah Becker, the lead designer on HTC’s One M9 smartphone, announced his departure on Twitter yesterday. The move follows the... Read more...
Apple this week filed a motion to dismiss a class action lawsuit claiming the company bamboozled customers by misrepresenting the amount of storage space that's available on new iPhone and iPad devices running iOS 8. The suit, which was filed in the... Read more...
Non-compete agreements are pretty common among highly technical white collar jobs. It's one of the best ways for a company to protect trade secrets from the competition. For example, if you're working for Spacely Sprockets on an new and innovative... Read more...
Windows 10 is due out this summer and enthusiasts around the globe are positively excited for its release. After all, Windows 8.x hasn’t exactly been a resounding success for Microsoft and Windows 10 looks to solve the software giant’s OS woes while... Read more...
In these days filled with visions of cars that will soon drive themselves and cars that will be able to fly (no word yet on cars that can fly themselves, though that also seems inevitable), the news of a technology that will help drivers ensure that... Read more...
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