Latest News - July 2008
- Hardware Round-Up
- Scrabulous Returns to Facebook with a New Name
- UK Pushes For Internet Industry Self-Regulation
- Google/Omnisio Turns YouTube Into A Foodfight
- 1st Analog Computer is Sicilian, Can't Run Vista
- Hardware Round-Up
- DRM's Dead! Long Live... Dell?
- HP, Intel, and Yahoo!'s Heads Are in the Clouds
- AMD Consumer Electronics Event '08 in NYC
- ASUS Eee Box Image Gallery
- E-mail Addiction on the Rise
- Video Spotlight: Dell XPS M1730 Gaming Notebook
- Microsoft's Multi-touch Interface on a Globe
- Scrabulous Shutdown Spells Crash for Hasbro
All News for July 2008
Video: Intel GMA X4500HD G45 IGP @ Phoronix Zotac GeForce 9800 GT Amp! Edition @ techPowerUpGalaxy GeForce 9500 GT Overclocked 512 MB @ techPowerUpMotherboards and Chipsets: Foxconn Quantum Force X48 BlackOps Motherboard Review @ NinjalaneMemory and Storage: Crucial Ballistix Tracer 4GB DDR2 Memory Kit @... Read more...
Triple word score! Hasbro can now stop worry about a server overload on its Facebook Scrabble application: only two days after disappearing from Facebook, Scrabulous is back, but with a new name (Wordscraper), and minor tweaks to hopefully eliminate... Read more...
It's been said that you can find virtually anything you are looking for on the Internet. Sometimes, you stumble upon some things you wish you didn't find, or at least hope that your children never see. Such are the concerns of the U.K. Parliament's... Read more...
Google, the owners YouTube, have purchased web startup Omnisio, a small company that allows users to easily stitch together videos and mash bits of text over the whole thing. It has the potential to make YouTube videos even worse, or oh-so-much... Read more...
The Antikythera Mechanism was salvaged out of a shipwreck in 1900. It's the original HotHardware -- the first known example of an analog computing device. Scientists estimated it was made in 100 BC. Researchers are still trying to find out exactly... Read more...
Video:Samsung SyncMaster 2053BW @ InsideHWAcer AL2002W 20-Inch WS LCD Monitor @ Benchmark Reviews Motherboards and Chipsets:Gigabyte X48-DS5 Motherboard Review @ Legit ReviewsMemory and Storage:Spire SP175SU-SL-EU 2.5" SATA to USB Hard disk enclosure Review @ RbmodsMushkin HP Series DDR3 HP3-12800 8-8-8-24 Review... Read more...
The trend towards DRM-free music seems to be giving Dell the notion that the market's ready for another digital music player. They tried to sell MP3 players five years ago, but got washed away in the Apple iPod tsunami and gave up in 2006. There's a whiff of "me too" about anybody trying to make portable music... Read more...
If you have any doubt that cloud computing is the next wave of remote and distributing computing and is poised to make major inroads into both the enterprise and consumer markets, then don't tell HP, Intel, or Yahoo!--who all just joined together in... Read more...
AMD hosted a small gathering in the London NYC Hotel yesterday to showcase some of their existing products and technologies, to show off a few products built by their partners, and to demo some products due to be released in the coming months. We... Read more...
We recently got a chance to get some hands-on time with ASUS' upcoming Eee Box PC and snapped off a few pictures we thought you'd all like to see. If you're unfamiliar with the Eee Box, it's a play off of ASUS' popular Eee PC, but designed for desktop users. Take a look... ... Read more...
Perhaps this comes as no surprise, but almost half (46 percent) of e-mail users claim to be addicted to e-mail. Merriam-Webster OnLine defines "addicted" as "to devote or surrender (oneself) to something habitually or obsessively." We definitely know some people like that--in fact, present company included. In... Read more...
Today on HotHardware we’ve got a quick-take spotlight video for you on Dell’s hot XPS M1730 Gaming Notebook... Synopsis: Dell's XPS M1730 is a powerful Desktop Replacement notebook designed with the performance enthusiast in mind. Sleek styling and... Read more...
First Microsoft brought its multi-touch interface, Surface, to tabletops. Next, Microsoft demonstrated how the interface could be taken vertical to walls. Now it looks like Microsoft's Surface technology is ready for global domination--16 to 72-inch... Read more...
On Tuesday, Facebook users in the U.S. and Canada awoke to horror - the shutdown of the extremely popular Scrabulous game, in the wake of a lawsuit filed by Hasbro, the parent company of the official Scrabble game. There shouldn't have been much... Read more...