Latest News - December 2009
- iBUYPOWER To Offer Free Liquid Cooling On All Compatible Desktop Systems
- Happy New Year!
- Mobile App To Lead Illegal Immigrants To Safety, Spark Huge Debate
- Ever Wondered What A Real "Offline" Google Calender Looked Like?
- Ford To Add iTunes Tagging To HD Radio Units In Select 2011 Vehicles
- BlackBerry Use On The Rise Within Universities
- Innergie To Unveil Small Chargers For At Home, In The Air, & On The Road
- Garmin Adds New Oregon Handhelds To Lineup
- Escaped U.K. Con Uses Facebook To Taunt Police
- HotHardware's Best Of 2009 Awards
- PQI Introduces First USB 3.0 USB Flash Drive: Cool Drive U366
- DirecTV Rumored To Get 3D HD Channel Next Year
- Redbox Rents 450 Million DVDs In 2009, Paul Blart Leads The Way
- Study: 50% Of America Now Owns An HDTV - Are You One Of Them?
All News for December 2009
iBUYPOWER To Offer Free Liquid Cooling On All Compatible Desktop Systems iBUYPOWER to move towards full adoption of liquid cooling on desktop systems El Monte, CA – December 31, 2009 – iBUYPOWER, a leading innovator of gaming PCs, is excited to... Read more...
It has been another great year for us here at HotHardware.com, thanks in no small part to all of you--our awesome readers! As 2009 draws to a close, we want to take another chance to thank you all yet again for being a part of our extended families and making this just a great place to work (and play!). Happy New... Read more...
At first glance, we got the wrong idea about this story. It sounded as if a pair of University of California, San Diego professors were cooking up a mobile phone app that would actually assist in the illegal crossing of the US border by Mexican... Read more...
You know you've often wondered about it, and now you have (somewhat) of an answer: "What would Google look like in Offline mode?"Gigazine has somehow stumbled across a rather comical piece from Google Japan, as it is essentially an offline version... Read more...
It's pretty amazing to step back and take a look at just how big of an impact Apple and the iPod has had on the automotive industry. At first glance, you'd assume that the portable media player market and the auto sales market have little, if... Read more...
Smartphone use has erupted over the past few years, with Apple's iPhone and RIM's BlackBerry line leading the way. We've seen new entrants with Palm's webOS and Google's Android, and by the looks of it, the smartphone obsession isn't fading anytime... Read more...
Hoping to help you keep your favorite electronic gadgets charged while on the go, Innergie plans to introduce the next generation of mCube universal power adapters at the 2010 CES show. Innergie describes the mCube Mini as the world’s smallest... Read more...
Garmin announced the new Oregon 450t and Oregon 450 touchscreen GPS devices. These newest members of Garmin’s next-generation outdoor handheld family are compatible with the online community at Garmin Connect as well as Garmin’s free Custom Maps... Read more...
Craig "Lazie" Lynch, 28, escaped from the minimum-security Hollesley Bay Prison near the village of Woodbridge in southern England three months ago. Since then, he's been mocking police via Facebook, and he's also managed to gain a huge number of... Read more...
Clearly 2009 has been a watershed year for all of technology, and we'd be remiss of our duties if we didn't break down our favorites in our most closely watched segments to close out the decade. Read on to see which products and technologies raised the bar and garnered our praise in 2009--from CPUs to SSDs to... Read more...
It may not be the first USB 3.0 flash drive to be announced, but it's still one of the first (and it's blazing fast). PQI, a mainstay in the flash storage industry, has just introduced its newest USB stick, and this one is significantly more... Read more...
The DirecTV 12 satellite just launched into orbit, enabling DirecTV to bring even more HD channels to its users. What else could it bring? A 3D channel, maybe.With the amount of high-def television networks seeming to expand by the day, we know it's... Read more...
Redbox. It's a name that is now linked directly to one-night DVD rentals on the cheap, and as if Netflix had not done enough already to put a kink in Blockbuster's business model, Redbox has all but destroyed it. These famously red boxes are now... Read more...
The HDTV business is booming, and even though they aren't nearly as buzz-worthy as they once were, that's clearly not stopping consumers from picking them up. High-def sets have withstood the test of time thus far, with more and more consumers... Read more...