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Samsung’s new 2-in-1 tablet made an appearance at CES 2016 this week. The 6.3mm-thin Galaxy TabPro S runs Windows 10 and has an estimated battery life of 10.5 hours. The Hot Hardware team had a chance to check out the tablet in Las Vegas. Featuring a dual-core, Intel Core M processor at 2.2GHz, the Galaxy TabPro S... Read more...
Time Warner Cable has discovered a breach of customer information. Recently, the service provider sent notices to 320,000 of its customers throughout the U.S. advising them to change the password to their email account. This advice comes after the company discovered someone may have gained unauthorized access to email... 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 an ASUS M32CD Intel Core i5-6400-based desktop system, a Samsonite MVS Spinner Backpack, a Microsoft Bluetooth Mobile Mouse 3600, and more. Full details for all of today’s deals are... Read more...
Is there anything more skittish an Apple stock holder? I'm beginning to think not. Case in point, Apple's share price is trending below $100, a mark it hasn't dipped under since last summer, and it's all because the Cupertino outfit might have cut combined iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus orders for the March... Read more...
It wouldn’t be CES without a sea of hot new monitors from Samsung. This year, Samsung is showing off three curved monitors – one of which is being billed as the first frameless curved monitor in the world. Curved TVs aren’t entirely new, and the feature is finding its way into more monitors. Samsung CF591 The... Read more...
Psst, Internet Explorer users -- brace yourselves, EOL (End of Life) is coming. It's a new year and apparently Microsoft resolved to reduce the number of browsers it supports to just two, those being Edge in Windows 10 and Internet Explorer 11 in previous versions of Windows. All other IE builds are soon to be... Read more...
Intel is taking another stab at the PC-in-your-pocket form factor with new generation Compute Sticks. As with the original Compute Stick, these new models plug into the HDMI port on your TV or monitor and offer a full fledged computing experience, only now they're faster, more capable, and support more... Read more...
We can’t say that we didn’t see this one coming. BlackBerry has been circling the drain for quite some time, and its Blackberry 10 (BB10) operating system — which was supposed to be its savior in the face of immense pressure from iOS and Android — has proven to be anything but. That became even more clear when... Read more...
Oculus starting accepting pre-orders for its Rift VR headset yesterday, though at a price many weren't expecting. At a dollar shy of $600, sticker shock reverberated through the Internet community, and not without reason -- Oculus founder Palmer Luckey commented just a few months ago that Oculus Rift would be in the... Read more...
Looking for a fast, reliable, VPN service that won’t break the bank? We may have just the thing for you. A five-year subscription to ZenVPN is currently on sale in the HotHardware Shop for only 25 bucks – that’s a 90% discount over the regular price... Description Surfing the Web on a public Wi-Fi connection can... Read more...
Check out our full review of the new Alienware 13 R3 with OLED and GeForce GTX 1060!  The hustle and bustle of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) has us spying all kinds of fantastic technologies and products on the verge of release, though one in particular tickled our fancy. It's the Alienware 13, a version of... Read more...
In early December, we got a clear look at a completely naked Chevrolet Bolt EV. The vehicle was shown driving around out and and about with no camouflage, much to our amazement. Although the production version of the Bolt differs quite a bit from the concept that bowed at the Detroit Auto Show last year, two things... Read more...
Qualcomm showed up at CES armed with a number of announcements. Some of the highlights include a new smartphone that utilizes the Snapdragon 820 processor from Letv, the Snapdragon 820 Automotive Family with Zeroth machine intelligence, and Audi’s selection of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 602A processors for its 2017... Read more...
As we closed out 2015, we brought you news that T-Mobile was willing to give Windows 10 Mobile a chance even though Microsoft didn’t extend an olive branch by offering it the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL flagships. Unfortunately for those hoping that T-Mobile would bring a flagship-class Windows 10 Mobile smartphone to... Read more...
Computer parts don't have to look geeky or boring. Few companies know this better than LaCie, which has a history of dressing up external storage devices in spiffy digs. Adding to its portfolio of fancy storage devices is its new Chromé, which is not to be confused with anything having to do with Google. The Chromé... Read more...
It was a ho-ho-hot holiday season for Apple and its App Store, which set new records in the two weeks covering Christmas and New Year's. In the two-week time period leading up to January 3, iOS and Mac OS X users spent a combined $1.1 billion on apps and in-app purchases, setting back-to-back weekly records for both... Read more...
The wait is almost over for those eager to get their hands on the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset. Pre-orders for the consumer version of the Oculus Rift opened this morning at 11am EST, and the price of entry is $599. Included with every Oculus Rift is an Xbox One wireless controller, a microphone and... Read more...
Welcome back for another installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell Inspiron 17 5000 notebook, a ASUS ROG GL551JW 15.6-inch gaming notebook, BOHM B-66 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones, and more. Full details for all of today’s deals are available... Read more...
Choosing a laptop usually involves a series of compromises, one of those being power versus portability. On one hand, Ultrabooks offer the convenience of thin and light designs that make toting them around easy, but if you want powerful graphics and gaming performance, a chunky desktop replacement is in order. Or is... Read more...
In the popular ultrabook category, being thin and light is a surefire way to garner attention from consumers. Samsung is taking thin and light to the extreme with its 2016-model Notebook 9 Series. The Notebook 9 Series is available in both 13.3-inch and 15-inch varieties, and both use a magnesium alloy chassis to... Read more...
It seems as though Volkswagen would do just about anything to take the public’s mind off its diesel emissions scandal. VW’s popular TDI has taken a huge hit in the United States as a result, and the company is looking to electric vehicles as the future of its “green” push. That change in direction is made readily... Read more...
We cover a lot of high end gear, everything from multi-core processors with boatloads of cache to graphics cards that can run circles around Crysis. But what about the other end of the spectrum? A company called Endless Computers points out that in the developing world, nearly 5 billion people don't have access to a... Read more...
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