Latest News - February 2016
- Mercedes Gives Bots The Boot Replacing Them With Flesh And Bone On The Production Line
- YouTube’s New Blurring Tool Lets You Blur Out Anything You Want Concealed Even If It’s Moving
- ProtectWise Builds Security As A Service Platform With DVR Playback And Jacks You Into The Matrix
- AMD Radeon Crimson Edition 16.2 Driver Brings Performance Boost To Rise of The Tomb Raider And AOTS
- Microsoft Throws Its Full Support Behind Apple In iPhone Encryption Case
- Bundled eGift Card with Dell U2515H 25-inch WQHD Monitor, $399 LG 43-inch Smart TV And More
- Superhot Is An Innovative, Time-Synched FPS Game That Breaks The Mold
- Google Fiber Is Now A San Francisco Treat
- Nissan Disables Leaf EV App Following Disclosure Of Embarrassing Security Lapses
- ISIS Threatens Facebook And Twitter Founders Mark Zuckerberg And Jack Dorsey
- Apple Reportedly Taking Extreme Measures To Make iPhones Even Harder To Crack
- Samsung Wants To Put 256GB Of Storage Into Your Next Smartphone
- Apple CEO Tim Cook Interview: FBI’s iPhone Unlock Request Is The ‘Software Equivalent of Cancer’
- Huge Discount On MCSA Windows Server 2012 & Cisco Network Associate Training In the HotHardware Shop
All News for February 2016
The robot revolution will just have to wait, at least if Mercedes has anything to say about it. In a refreshing change of pace, Mercedes is handing out pink slips to part of its automated robotic work force, giving those jobs instead to actual human workers. Mercedes is essentially flipping the script on modern... Read more...
YouTube has added a new custom blurring tool that will make it easier for video creators to provide anonymity where needed. This is in addition to an existing tool that gives content creators the ability to blur all faces in their video—now you can blur out anything you want in your video, even moving... Read more...
Security and related IT topics can be a little dry and tasteless at times, not to mention overly complex. There’s no question that, especially with the alarming rise of data breaches, advancing security innovation is vital to the future of technology, the enterprise and the Internet. But let’s face it, the rocket... Read more...
AMD has just released the latest version of its Radeon Crimson graphics driver, 16.2. If you plan on playing either Ashes of the Singularity or Rise of the Tomb Raider, this driver is going to be worth the time it takes to download. For everyone else, if time and bandwidth isn't an issue, you may still want to grab... Read more...
A number of companies quickly came to Apple’s defense when the FBI sent its attack dogs to force the company to provide access to a passcode-locked iPhone 5c. Those tech giants included Google, Facebook and Twitter, but conspicuously missing was Microsoft. Sure, we heard from Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, but his... Read more...
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Many first-person shooters deliver constant action and give the player little time to stop and smell the roses. If this formula is tiring to you, then Superhot could be for you. You see, this game encourages stopping - it's the only way to get the enemies to hold their fire, after all. If that sounds weird, it's... Read more...
It looks as though Google Fiber’s next destination is hitting quite close to home, as it was announced today that the high-speed Internet service is coming to San Francisco. Like its announcement for the city of Huntsville, Alabama, Google won’t be using its considerable resources to lay down fiber throughout the city (which is quite a daunting Read more...
If you've been skeptical of buying a connected car for fear that its technologies could be used against you, it won't help to learn that Nissan has suspended downloads of a companion app for its Leaf electric vehicle for that very reason. At issue is the woeful lack of security, and in particular the lack of... Read more...
ISIS is apparently pretty peeved with the deletion of social media accounts belonging to members of the terrorist organization. As a result, ISIS has issued a threat to Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, saying that for account they delete, ISIS will hack 10 others. The threat... Read more...
Apple is under immense pressure to cave in and give into the requests of the FBI when it comes to unlocking one iPhone 5c that is tied to a ruthless terrorist. The FBI’s initial demands of Apple fell on deaf ears, so a court order was issued for Apple to provide “reasonable technical assistance” to aid in unlocking... Read more...
Today's smartphones are more capable (and storage hungry) than ever—they can play high-end games, record 4K resolution videos, and snap point-n-shoot quality pictures, to name just a few of the storage hogging things you can do with your phone. To that end, Samsung today announced that it's begun mass producing the... Read more...
Apple finds itself stuck between a rock and a hard place while the world watches to see how it wriggles out. Not that Apple is in any way hiding from the public—in a recent television interview with ABC News, Tim Cook offered some expanded thoughts on why he's not willing to comply with a court order to assist the FBI... Read more...
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