Latest News - March 2016
- World Backup Day Deals: 3TB WD My Passport Hard Drive For $109, $64 SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD And More
- Verizon Wants Its Pound Of Flesh From Your Full Price Smartphone Purchase, Will Charge $20 Upgrade Fee
- AT&T May Snub Google For Cyanogen Powered Phone With More Control Of Services And Bloat
- Intel Embraces 3D NAND And NVMe For New Class Of SAS-Killing Dual-Port Enterprise SSDs
- Intel Xeon Processor E5 v4 Family Debut: Dual E5-2697 v4 With 72 Threads Tested
- Alexa-Fueled Amazon Tap Portable Speaker Faces The Music At $129
- Microsoft Puts Windows Phone On Back Burner To Focus On HoloLens And Xbox One
- FBI's Newfound iPhone Unlocking Prowess To Be Used In Arkansas Murder Case
- Windows 10 Anniversary Update Brings Windows Ink Support And ’Hello' Biometrics To Apps
- Amazon Empowers Late Night Canoodling With Red Bull, Trojan And Doritos Dash Buttons
- Tiny VoCore Mini Linux Computer On Sale In The HotHardware Shop
- Oculus Rift Teardown Reveals Virtually Respectable Repairability And Fancy Pants Lenses
- Strange Bedfellows: Microsoft And Canonical Bring Ubuntu Linux Bash To Windows 10
- Dell Inspiron 7559 Gaming Laptop Under $700, GTX 980 Graphics Card For $400 And More
All News for March 2016
World Backup Day Deals: 3TB WD My Passport Hard Drive For $109, $64 SanDisk Ultra II 240GB SSD And 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 3TB WD My Passport Portable External Hard Drive, Acronis True Image 2016, a SanDisk Ultra II 2.5" 240GB SATA III Internal SSD, and more. Full details for all of today’s deals are... Read more...
Verizon Wants Its Pound Of Flesh From Your Full Price Smartphone Purchase, Will Charge $20 Upgrade Fee
It seems as though the era of nickel and diming customers has no end in sight, and the folks at Verizon are taking this practice to a new level. We’ve all become accustomed to paying an upgrade fee (usually begrudgingly so) when buying a new device through our wireless carrier, either through a new two-year contract... Read more...
For a handful of reasons, AT&T would like to make a dent - even if it's a tiny one - in the Android-dominated smartphone market. It wants to accomplish this feat even if it means having to use an Android alternative that's actually based on Android. That's where CyanogenMod comes in, a mobile OS that's skyrocketed in... Read more...
Over the past few years, we’ve seen some pretty amazing advancements in the solid state drive (SSD) space thanks technology like 3D NAND and the NVMe interface. Intel also is banking on the use of 3D NAND to further put pressure on entrenched HDD storage. Over the next four years, Intel expects that the density and... Read more...
Intel is officially launching a brand new series of Xeon processors today, the Xeon Processor E5 v4. Unlike mainstream desktop products, which feature Intel’s latest core technologies like the Skylake-based Core i7-6700K, mission-critical, big-iron parts like the Xeon E5 v4 series are more complex and go through much... Read more...
At the beginning of the month, Amazon announced that it was expanding its family of Alexa-enabled products with the Echo Dot, a $90 hockey puck-shaped device that brings the power of Alexa to your existing speakers, and Amazon Tap, a portable version of Echo. The latter is now available to purchase for $130 with free... Read more...
If you have a sneaky suspicion that Microsoft isn't putting as much effort into its Windows Phone plans as perhaps it could be, the first day of its Build Developer Conference in San Francisco would have done nothing to change to your mind. Microsoft talked about Windows 10 and all sorts of related technologies, but... Read more...
A prosecutor in Arkansas will get an assist from the Federal Bureau of Investigation in a murder trial where key pieces of evidence may be contained in a pair of Apple devices. Having just recently thwarted the security on an iPhone 5c that belonged to one of the San Bernardino shooters, the FBI has agreed to help... Read more...
Microsoft had plenty to say about Windows 10 during its Build Conference on Wednesday. One of them is that its latest OS is now installed on more than 270 million active devices, an adoption rate that outpaces Windows 7 in the same time frame by 145 percent. That's impressive, but 270 million installs is far from the... Read more...
When the moment is right, will you be ready? Well, Amazon sure hopes so, which is why the e-tail giant is greatly expanding its lineup of Dash Buttons that are meant to make reordering household items dead simple (while also keeping you firmly entrenched in the Amazon ecosystem). According to Amazon, orders placed... Read more...
If you’ve been looking for an ultra-affordable way to experiment with an ultra-tiny, open-source mini-PC, we’ve got just the thing. The VoCore Mini Linux Computer is currently 13% off in the HotHardware Shop and available for under 40 dollars... Description: Mini computer boards are getting more popular by the... Read more...
Even though some may cringe at the thought of the highly anticipated, $600 Oculus Rift being dissected instead of enjoyed, you have to hand it to the folks over at iFixit for giving this season’s hottest tech gadget the teardown treatment. Today, we’re give some insight into how relatively easy it is to repair the... Read more...
Earlier this week, we reported on a sleek, low-end tablet running Ubuntu Linux — a world first according to Canonical. But while that was definitely exciting news in the Linux world, today’s announcement from Microsoft and Canonical is quite Earth-shattering. The two companies announced today that they have partnered... 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 Inspiron 15 7000 Intel Core i5-6300HQ-based laptop with discrete NVIDIA graphics, a MSI GeForce GTX 980 4GD5 OCV1, a Poweradd Apollo2 Solar Panel 10000mAh External Battery... Read more...