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Some say, I have no clue what I'm doing. Yet others say, that I still don't know what I'm doing. All I know is...that I'm a news writer for Hot Hardware! I've traveled through space and time, come from a galaxy far, far away, yet my mission is to boldly go where no one has gone before. 

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection has been out for only a couple of days but players are still experiencing matchmaking issues. The game’s developer, 343 Industries, has been working to resolve the problem but the issue still persists for some. According to a post from the developer, it has released a... Read more...
YouTube has spent some time working on a paid subscription service that would let users listen to music without ads. Today, it has announced YouTube Music Key which is now in beta. YouTube Music Key is a monthly subscription-based service that will provide viewers with ad-free music, background play, and even offline... Read more...
AT&T will be pausing its current investments regarding plans to bring fiber connections to 100 cities. The reason for the halt is that the company is waiting for U.S. regulators to make a decision on how the issue of how internet service providers will be able to manage their web traffic. "We can't go out and... Read more...
It is hard to believe that The Who is still rocking after 50 years. The English rock band first formed back in 1964 with hits such as “I Can’t Explain” and “My Generation,” catapulting them onto the music scene. To this day, the band continues to tour with their last album having been... Read more...
The Guinness World Records 2015 Gamer’s Edition was released on November 6 for gamers who might be curious as to the longest gaming session, which franchise has earned the most in gross sales, or just basic facts and figures related to gaming. One particular topic that tends to generate discussion is what game... Read more...
Business Executives need to take some precautions when travelling in Asia. According to a report from Kaspersky Labs, an espionage campaign has been active for at least four years that targets business executives at luxury hotels with the use of “Darkhotel” malware. “For the past few years, a strong... Read more...
Last week a joint operation between the Federal Bureau of Investigations, Department of Homeland Security, and Europol was announced. Named Operation Onymous, it led to the arrest of 17 people, the shutdown of over 400 hundred .onion sites, and Tor relays seized by government officials. As a result, the Tor Project is... Read more...
While the US Senate doesn’t seem to have a clue about net neutrality and the issues brought up in regards to the FCC, its “Fast Lanes” plan, and the issue of what the internet should be classified as, President Barack Obama seems to get it. The President announced his support that the internet be... Read more...
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developer Sledgehammer Games has announced that it is currently working on an update for the FPS game. The incoming update will make some changes that are based on feedback from the player community and will add bug fixes, optimize connectivity, address certain issues, and polish several... Read more...
When it comes to news outlets, politicians, and uninformed consumers there are those that believe that violent video games cause people to be violent. Many point to tragedies such as Sandy Hook as a way to validate this particular belief despite studies that say otherwise. In fact, recent studies state that violent... Read more...
A joint law enforcement operation has managed to seize hundreds of Dark Web domains that have been associated with over a dozen black market wesbites. On top of taking and shutting domains, was the seizure of various products such as computers, drugs, weapons, and gold. The operation was revealed on Thursday, which... Read more...
As the FCC continues to debate the issue of net neutrality and fast lanes, while continuing issues with Internet Service Providers continue to plague internet users, 7 towns in Colorado have decided to branch out on their own. All 7 towns have voted to let their local governments offer internet service. About 20 states have laws, mostly due... Read more...
Lately, there appears to have been an escalation when it comes to harassment online. While Twitter’s stance is that users “may not engage in targeted abuse or harassment,” a lot of the harassment has been taking place on the social media network itself. More specifically, the targeting and harassment... Read more...
We’ve seen it time and time again where cops will be speeding down a highway for no apparent reason. Such actions represent a hazard to the general public and, to help curb such activities, Ford is providing technology that will allow law enforcement supervisors to track their officers and see how they are... Read more...
We have seen 3D printers that can create all manner of objects from tabletop figures to small sculptures and, even more terrifying, ammunition for 3D-printed guns. But now there is the Foodini, a 3D printer that is being developed, which will print food. According to CNN, Natural Machines showcased the Foodini at the Web Summit technology... Read more...
It appears that one man’s trash is, indeed, another man’s treasure as bids for old, dirty, and crumpled up Atari 2600 games on Ebay have exceeded $500. Thousands of Atari games were buried in Alamogordo, New Mexico and, after being buried for 30 years, were dug up and are now being sold on Ebay that includes copies of E.T. the... Read more...
While we know that the entry-level Apple Watch will cost around $350, Apple has off up any information about the price for the other versions. However, according to French Apple website igen.fr, the stainless steel Apple Watch will cost $500 while a gold version will range from $4,000 to $5,000. It is assumed that the... Read more...
When it comes to science fiction, Star Trek has inspired many types of technology. There are those who are trying to create tricorders, tractor beams, and even attempting to build a Star Trek-like computer. Now you can add Star Trek communicators to the list. While we have already seen flip-open cellphones that are... Read more...
In a couple of weeks, Grand Theft Auto V will be released again for the current generation of consoles, though PC gamers will have to wait a bit longer. However, Rockstar Games is shaking things up by allowing gamers to play the third-person action-adventure game in first person. This marks the first time that a Grand... Read more...
If you are planning to pick up an NVIDIA GPU anytime soon, then now might be a good time to do so. NVIDIA has announced the “Pick Your Path” promotion that will give consumers a free game with the purchase of a qualifying NVIDIA GPU. Starting this week, if anyone purchases the GeForce GTX 780, 780 Ti, 970... Read more...
If you have been itching to play some classic arcade games, then consider that itch scratched. The Internet Arcade has made around 900 classic arcade games from the ‘70s, ‘80s, and ‘90s available for free to play in your web browser. The games use the JavaScript Multi Emulator Super System (JSMESS)... Read more...
Logitech has unveiled a new entry into its Logitech G mouse series that caters to players of the Multiplayer Online Battle Arena genre (MOBA). Called the Logitech G302 Daedalus Prime MOBA Gaming Mouse, the company had its newest device tests by professional MOBA players from teams such a Invictus Gaming and Cloud9... Read more...
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