News

Search 2020

Latest News - November 2015

All News for November 2015

If you’ve been thinking about diving into the world of IT, we’ve got a certification bundle on sale that will hard to pass up. A comprehensive CompTIA-IT Certification Career Advancement Bundle is currently 98% off in the HotHardware Shop, and available for less than 60 bucks... Description Jump into a reliable... Read more...
If you haven’t been bombarded at some point with numerous Facebook notifications to join your friends for a round of Candy Crush, consider yourself lucky. You can’t shake a stick without hitting somehow hitting something related to Candy Crush (an iOS users know all too well about tricky banners that automatically... Read more...
Given the apathy towards Windows 8, it’s understandable that many OEMs have still been offering Windows 7 to customers to keep them happy. After all, we saw the same thing happen with Windows XP when Windows Vista first started to invade the PC space. Microsoft doesn’t want another repeat of Windows XP’s overstayed... Read more...
You guys just had to go and ruin it for all of us, didn’t you!? Microsoft has announced a wide-scale reshuffling of its OneDrive cloud storage tiers and the changes aren’t pretty at all. The first major casualty is unlimited storage, which is being nixed for Office 365 Home, Personal and University subscribers. The... Read more...
We were mighty impressed when we learned last month that Dell will have a killer Black Friday sale which includes an Xbox One Gears of War bundle, Fallout 4 and an extra controller for $299. Not to be outdone, Sam’s Club is countering with its own enticing deal involving the PlayStation 4, which recently just saw its... Read more...
“The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” Google probably feels the exact same way about Chrome OS, as a credible report last week aired that suggested Chrome OS would be given the boot, with much of its functionality being rolled into the dominant Android operating system. Google addressed the... Read more...
Welcome back for the latest installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell E2715HM 27" 1080p IPS LED-backlit Monitor, a Samsung UN55J6200 55" Smart HDTV, a Seagate Backup Plus Slim 4TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive, and more. Full details for all of... Read more...
T-Mobile CEO John Legere loves to entice customers with attractive pricing, launch new initiatives which sparks the wireless industry to move in a positive direction for customers and troll his competitors, often with reckless abandon. But for all his bravado, it takes a lot of capital to fix one of T-Mobile’s biggest... Read more...
When the first trailers for Fallout 4 hit earlier this year, gamers could hardly contain their excitement. After all, it’s not like a new Fallout game is released every year — “ain’t nobody got time for that” over at Bethesda. Would you like to know something else that Bethesda doesn’t have time for --... Read more...
It’s interesting to see how once might tech giants can circle the drain, ending up as a hollow shell of their once powerful selves. When HP saw its fortunes crumble under the leadership of Carly Fiorina -- its first leader that didn’t come from an engineering background -- it brought in Mark Hurd to right the ship... Read more...
One thing we can all agree on is that children are unpredictable. We're not just talking about those random pokes to the eye and blurted out phrases that will have you wondering, "Where the flip did they hear that?," but also in their sporadic movements. It's for that reason Google is taking extra measures to ensure... Read more...
Microsoft is heavily invested in Windows 10. It was designed with the intention of providing a unified platform for different device categories, which in turn would make it easier for Microsoft to promote and monetize supplementary services like OneDrive, Skype, and Office 365. With so much riding on the success of... Read more...
Despite the fact that we've been hearing about modern virtual reality solutions for quite some time, we're still months out from market availability. While developer kits can be had by those who are truly anxious to jump into the VR world, content is another major component in need of immediate improvement... Read more...
Sprint employees may want to bargain with their children for a cut of their Halloween candy and bring their spoils to work. It's either that or pack some spare change for the vending machines. That's because Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure is is aggressively looking to cut costs, and one way he plans to do that is by... Read more...
The rise of our robotic overlords isn't going to be sudden, even though it might feel that way when they take over full control. No, it will be the result of a long and unintentional uprising, the culmination of several technologies that led to a single turning point. One of those technologies is likely to be DJI's... Read more...
At this point in time, it's difficult to predict whether the future of the Apple Watch, or any other smartwatch for that matter, is going to be bright. What we do know, though, is that sales of the Apple Watch have been quite good so far in the grand scheme of things, already competing with the top dogs, such as... Read more...
Attending midnight releases for popular video games has become somewhat of a tradition in recent years, though not everyone enjoys the experience of trucking out in the cold (I live in the mid-west folks, and yes, it's chilly this time of year) to stand in a long line. Amazon understands your plight and, depending on... Read more...
Coordinating an activity with a group of friends isn't always easy. It looks like Google wants to change that -- as well as tap into your spontaneous side -- through a new app for Android and iOS deviced called "Who's Down - Fall 2015" (just Who's Down from here on out). The only thing is, you need to an invite to use... Read more...
It’s hard for us to remember when the last time a game launch was fraught with so many problems. While the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of Batman: Arkham Knight launched with little drama, the PC version of the game was riddled with bugs and performance issues right out of the starting gate. Warner Bros. was... Read more...
First ... Prev 9 10 11 12 13