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Intel finds itself in an interesting position these days, one that is far more competitive than it has been for quite some time (since the Athlon 64 era). Problems pushing out 10-nanometer processors have been well documented, shortages of 14nm silicon are no secret (Intel recently posted an apology letter to... Read more...
I feel pretty good about myself when I accomplish mundane chores, like raking the leaves or organizing my inbox and whittling down my visible emails to just a handful. Then I see something like the latest timelapse that was put together by Elysium Fire, a Minecraft building team, and I get anxiety just thinking about... Read more...
Well isn't this a blast from the past? Intel just issued a new Product Change Notification (PCN) document in which it has informed customers that it is reviving the Pentium G3420 processor, and is now taking new orders for the chip. This announcement left us scratching our heads, as we initially couldn't think of any... Read more...
Apple is no stranger to removing ports from its devices. On the MacBook side, the company killed off MagSafe, HDMI, and SD card readers (among other things) in an effort "simplify" things. Even the iPhone has not escaped the scalpel, as caught a lot of heat when it removed the 3.5mm headphone jack starting with the... Read more...
Black Friday and Cyber Monday have come and gone, but the holiday season is still in full effect. There are lots of new Internet of Things (IoT) devices out there, and even more that will be given out as gifts. IoT devices cover a wide gamut of connected items that include just about anything that is... Read more...
We've heard rumblings in the past that Samsung's next-generation Galaxy S11 is tipped to include a 108MP primary sensor, and now that rumor has gained more credibility. Bloomberg, which generally has pretty impeccable sourcing when it comes to Apple and Samsung rumors, has some added insight on the cameras that will... Read more...
Without a doubt, the holiday season is one of the best times to score deals on electronics. That's especially true now that Black Friday and Cyber Monday are no longer one-off events—retailers push discounted items through most of November and December. For example, just check out this fantastic deal on an Echo Show 8... Read more...
This past Cyber Monday was Amazon's single biggest sales day ever, and it must have done well on Black Friday as well—perhaps a little too well, to the point of not being able to keep orders straight. Somehow or another, Amazon managed to replace a bunch of Nintendo Switch orders with seemingly random items, such as... Read more...
It's special time for us here at HotHardware.com, not only because it's the holiday season but also because we're celebrating 20 years on the wild wild web! The very first version of HotHardware went live in 1999 and we have been partying like it ever since. With this major milestone – made possible by all of you, our... Read more...
The smartphone industry is at the beginning of a transition period. For years, we've been spoiled by 4G LTE wireless connectivity and its relatively ubiquity, but 5G networks are starting to popup around the globe. There were a handful of devices that shipped in 2019 with 5G connectivity (Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G... Read more...
it is starting to seem like a foregone conclusion that AMD will launch Radeon RX 5500 XT graphic cards with 8GB and 4GB of memory. This has been the rumor (officially, AMD so far has only announced a Radeon RX 5500 series, while making no mention of "XT" models specifically), and the latest round of leaked press... Read more...
AMD has been on a tear lately, with its third-generation Ryzen processors knocking it out of the park. We know this is not the end of the line for AMD's Zen CPU architecture, though, as there are at least two more generations to come—Zen 3 and Zen 4. So, what will future CPUs bring to the table? For one thing, even... Read more...
Back in November, we reported that Microsoft had begun forced upgrades for certain customers to Windows 10 1903 (May 2019 Update). The update was targeted at customers running Windows 10 1803 (April 2018 Update) or older. Today, we're learning that Microsoft is taking the step to force another group of users to an... Read more...
There is often a risk with being an early adopter of anything, be it a new car model or a new laptop. Apple's latest notebook is the new 16-inch MacBook Pro, and early adopters of that machine are complaining about a couple of annoying issues. One of the issues is speakers that make popping sounds, and the other is... Read more...
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