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Apple's engineers have put on their detective caps and are collectively investigating why the iPad Pro's display is prone to freezing after sitting on a charger for a length of time. There's no fix available at the moment, but it's only a matter of time before there will be one. Until then, Apple suggests the only... Read more...
Well, that was a bust! AT&T just launched the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE smartwatch on its network last week, and Google proudly announced a new update for Android Wear in preparation for the always-connected wearable. However, AT&T and LG have abruptly ceased sales and Verizon Wireless, which was scheduled to... Read more...
The console wars are in full force as we head into the holidays. Yes, you can expect discounted bundles and all that jazz, but when deciding your platform of choice, it comes down to things like game selection and features. A big feature that's coming to the PlayStation 4 is the ability to play PlayStation 2 games... Read more...
Microsoft is taking some initiative of its own to make sure that gamers get an excellent deal on an Xbox One during the Black Friday sales rush. The company is temporarily trimming the price of all its Xbox One bundles from November 26th through November 30th. The 500GB Xbox One typically has a selling price of... Read more...
Google might be in the midst of dealing with some EU antitrust accusations regarding its shopping platform, but that hasn't slowed it down from making worthwhile upgrades to the service. Just in time for the holidays, the company has overhauled its Google Shopping search engine, and has put a major emphasis on mobile... Read more...
YouTube is an amazing service for a huge number of reasons, but if there's one thing that's not fun about it, it's the ever-existing threat of a company taking legal action against you because of a video upload. We see this happen all of the time, and often, users don't even know what they're actually allowed to... Read more...
Facebook is a great place for keeping in contact with long distance family and friends, posting pictures of an awesome meal, staying up to date with current events, and, if we're being totally honest, stalking ex lovers. Breaking up with a person in the social media era comes with an additional set of challenges that... Read more...
Smartphone makers have been obsessed with making handsets increasingly thin and light, but what about battery life? After all, a smartphone isn't very useful if it runs out of juice. With that in mind, Microsoft is laying out some high expectations for its new Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL handsets, both of which it says... 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 Latitude 15 3000-series laptop, a BenQ RL2755HM 27-inch gaming monitor, an LG 34UC87C 34" 3440x1440 Curved IPS UltraWide display, and more. Full details for all of today’s... Read more...
As the holiday season approaches and people get into the spirit of giving, Facebook is rolling out a new fundraising tool for nonprofit organizations to more easily raise money for disaster relief, missing children, or whatever their cause might be. The world's largest social playground is also improving its Donate... Read more...
Did you wake up this morning and think to yourself that the world would be a better, more convenient place if only there existed another mobile payment system? The thought occurred to LG Electronics at some point, and so the South Korean electronics firm announced through social media that it plans on entering the... Read more...
Let me start by saying that Siri and I have a solid relationship. If I need directions to a place I've never been before or a reminder set, she dutifully obliges every single time. I like that. But if Siri turns on me and starts sharing my personal info without my permission, as a major security firm says is possible... Read more...
If you’re looking to get a head-start on your holiday shopping, we’ve got some deals running in the HotHardware Shop that may fit the bill. If you head on over to this page, you’ll find a slew of early Black Friday deals on everything from tools to drones, to headphones and everything in between. There are a few... Read more...
AMD is poised to make a lot of noise as we head into the holiday shopping season. The Radeon Technology Group has already announced its Radeon Software Crimson Edition, which completely revamps the company’s GPU software suite, and promises improved stability and performance. And that insane, dual-Fiji powered graphics card we had the... Read more...
The PC graphics market is struggling a bit overall compared to last year, but all three major players -- AMD, NVIDIA, and Intel -- saw a sequential uptick in GPU shipments in the third quarter of 2015, according to the latest data from Jon Peddie Research. All three combined, GPU shipments jumped 9 percent in Q3 from... Read more...
Tell me if you’ve heard this one before. Sprint is making another move to persuade customers from competing wireless carriers to hop over to its last place network, and it’s doing so by offering to cut their bills in half. Yep, this is the exact same deal that Sprint offered around this time last year, and it didn’t... Read more...
It’s time 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 Inspiron 3000 Intel Core i7-4790-based desktop system, a 240GB OCZ Arc 100 SATA SSD, a Lexar High-Performance MicroSDHC 633x 32GB card, and more. Full details for all of today’s... Read more...
Rarely does a day pass when we don't write news about something that should reaffirm your belief that security is something to be taken seriously. Whether it's an online game, a retailer, or a bank, we've seen time and time again that no security put in place is bulletproof. That means that we need to do everything we... Read more...
Although NVIDIA revealed some high level information on its next generation Pascal GPU architecture earlier this year, the company revealed some more interesting details this week at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference in Japan. NVIDIA announced that Pascal will have close to a 2x performance-per-watt improvement over... Read more...
Have you ever seen a browser littered with toolbars and other junk that doesn't belong? A common trick used by malware and adware writers is to inject DLLs (Dynamic Link Libraries) into the browser, which bypass the built-in interfaces for settings controls. Microsoft is determined not to let that happen in its... Read more...
Did you goof up by purchasing a smartphone with a measly amount of onboard storage? There are some costly solutions, like upgrading to a new device or adding a microSD memory card, assuming your phone has a microSD card slot (everyone point and snicker at the iPhone crowd). Or you can go the cheap route again and... Read more...
Apple released its much-hyped Apple Watch in April to much fanfare. At the time, Apple didn’t include a charging dock in the box for the wearable and simply provided a MagSafe charging adapter. With no option from Apple available, third-party manufacturers quickly filled the void with their own contraptions. After... Read more...
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