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When it comes to single-board PCs, the Raspberry Pi is by far the most popular device on the market, and has found uses in a number of different market sectors. However, there are also plenty of competitors out there that try to compete with the Raspberry Pi on price, or outdo it with regards to outright... Read more...
There has been yet another leak of Google's Pixel 4 family, this latest one focused on what appears to be an actual Pixel 4 XL handset. Assuming the leak is legitimate, we get a clear view of the upcoming phone, along with a meaty rundown of the specs, settings, and various features, including the triple-camera... Read more...
VR devices have greatly improved over the years and the next generation of headsets is better than ever. HTC will release its new Vive Cosmos headset on October 3rd. The Vive Cosmos features inside-out tracking, easy set-up, and new mods. HTC originally unveiled the Vive Cosmos at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show... Read more...
Tesla took to the track at Laguna Seca Raceway (or WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, if you prefer) and set new lap record (unofficial) for a four-door sedan, with a pre-production Model S built around a new "Plaid" powertrain. The prototype vehicle is even faster goes even faster than what current Model S vehicles can... Read more...
On this episode of HotHardware's 2.5 Geeks Marco, Dave, and Chris chat about Dell's revamped XPS 15 Ultrabook, the ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 WiFi 6 router, Samsung's big, bad Galaxy Note 10+, the Asura Genesis Xtreme NVMe SSD with RGB goodness, hints about our next killer gaming PC GIVEAWAY and more... Show... Read more...
A couple of leaked slides from AMD have found their way to the web, and they show a high level overview of what the Sunnyvale chip designer has in store for consumers through 2022. There are no big surprises, though—the slides essentially reiterate what we already know, which is that Zen 4 in the works on the CPU... Read more...
Apple has seen sales of the iPhone decline in recent years, and many point the finger at the lack of new and appealing features (along with increasing prices for the flagships). Each successive generation of new iPhone models has had little to coax the iPhone masses to upgrade, and some see the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11... Read more...
The memory wars are raging in the enthusiast community, and Corsair is the latest to throw down the gauntlet. The company has just announced its latest Vengeance LPX DDR4 memory modules which top out at an impressive 4,866MHz. Corsair says that these modules will work on any modern desktop motherboard, but they... Read more...
Another ROM site is facing legal action from Nintendo, which is suing over "brazen and mass scale infringement" of its intellectual property (IP) rights. Filed by Nintendo of America, the lawsuit alleges the ROM site served up hundreds of thousands of illegal copies of Switch games, and half a billion 3DS... Read more...
Have you ever heard of trypophobia? Many probably haven't heard the word before, but it's a term said to have been coined in 2005 on reddit that describes a condition where people have an aversion to seeing clusters of small holes. People who have this condition say that the new iPhone 11 Pro's rear camera array is... Read more...
When gamers who were fans of the original Final Fantasy 7 heard that Square Enix would be remaking the game, there was a lot of excitement. We have had little in the way of details on the game since E3. A new trailer for the game has now landed and this time out the trailer shows off some of the heroes of the game... Read more...
Gigabyte is a name synonymous with high-end gaming hardware, and the company is hoping to live up to its reputation with the release of the new Aorus CV27Q Tactical Gaming Monitor. The display is feature-packed and measures 27 inches diagonally with a 1500R curvature. The Aorus CV27Q features an 8-bit VA panel... Read more...
When Apple announced the iPhone 11/iPhone Pro, seventh-generation iPad and Apple Watch Series 5 yesterday, there was no mention made about one of its lesser-known products: the HomePod. The HomePod is Apple's answer to the Google Home and Amazon Echo family of smart speakers, but hasn't been nearly as successful in... Read more...
What if you could customize your clothes, vehicles, and other possessions on a whim? MIT scientists have come closer to making every DIYer’s dream a reality with the invention of a new spray-on ink that can change colors and patterns. Scientists at MIT‘s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory... Read more...
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