Latest News - April 2016
- Mobile Designer Hacks Apple Watch To Run Windows 95 For Wrist-Mounted Retro Goodness
- Intel Guts Future Atom SoC Family Abandoning Smartphone And Low Cost Tablet Markets
- Just Kidding! Doom Creators Hit Pause On Blackroom FPS Kickstarter To Focus On Gameplay Demo
- Puma’s BeatBot Hits The Track, Calls Out Usain Bolt For A Little Training
- Google Files Patent For Injectable Smart Lens With Storage, Battery And Energy Harvesting Antenna
- Hungry Weasel Chomps Power Cable, Pops Large Hadron Collider
- HotHardware And AMD Spring Fling Gaming System Giveaway: Win An AMD-Powered Gaming PC!
- Forza Motorsport 6: Apex Open Beta Races For Windows 10 Checkered Flag Finish Next Week
- Dell Vostro R9 360 Gaming Desktop Under $500, Audio Technical Wooden Headphones Just $149 And More
- Ford Building 200-Mile 'Model E' EV To Electrocute Tesla Model 3 And Chevrolet Bolt
- Atari Founder Nolan Bushnell Signs Mobile Games Dev Deal With Spil Games
- Anonabox Pro Tor And VPN Router Review: Protect Your Privacy
- NY Times Giving Away 300,000 Google Cardboard VR Viewers To Loyal Subscribers
- U.S. Supreme Court Passes Draconian Rule Allowing FBI Hacking Rights On Millions Of Devices With A Single Warrant
All News for April 2016
Are you nostalgic for the days of POGs, Beanie Babies, and Surge? Are you the type of person who constantly pounds out in all caps, “ONLY 90S KIDS WILL REMEMBER THIS”? Then Windows 95 must be the smartwatch operating system for you. It lives!... Read more...
A couple of weeks ago, we had to report on the unfortunate news that Intel would be laying off 11% of its workforce, which equates to roughly 12,000 workers. With this move, Intel assured investors that it would be refocusing its efforts going... Read more...
We learned earlier this week that John Romero's long-rumored first-person shooter is BLACKROOM, and without delay, money started pouring en masse into his new company's Kickstarter campaign. That... Read more...
Think you're fast enough to beat Usain Bolt on the track? It's one thing to haul out a stopwatch, but it's another to race his time against a real-life ghost. That ghost in this case is Puma's "BeatBot", a shoebox-sized robot that helps runners... Read more...
It's probably inevitable that we'll one day be a race of hybrid humans, a cyborg-like collection of skin and bones supplemented with a growing number of electronic and mechanical devices. Perhaps the... Read more...
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is a modern engineering marvel of great importance to the scientific community. The LHC is the world’s most powerful particle accelerator and it has been beset with obstacles over the course of is construction and... Read more...
What better way to usher in the Spring season, and all of the great weather that comes along with it, than to give away an awesome gaming rig, designed to keep you inside as long as possible? We have teamed up with our friends at AMD and put... Read more...
A couple of months ago, Microsoft revealed that it would begin making a far greater push into gaming on Windows 10, and was planning to do that by merging the Xbox and PC worlds. At that time, the company promised that PC gamers would finally be... Read more...
It’s just about time to close out another week, but before we go, we’ve got a fresh batch of HOT deals direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell... Read more...
It looks as though Tesla Motors and General Motors are about to get some competition in the 200-mile electric vehicle (EV) arena from an unlikely competitor: Ford. We say “unlikely” because just last week when announcing that the 2017 Ford Focus... Read more...
These days it seems as though all roads lead to mobile, so why fight it? Nolan Bushnell, a man with an impressive resume that includes founding both Atari and the Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza Time Theaters chain, is embracing the movement by taking his... Read more...
Internet privacy is kind of like a VCR or CD player, in that one day our kids will ask us “you used to have that?” It’s staggering how much of our online activity is tracked, catalogued, and used for a wide array of purposes, most of them related to... Read more...
Once again, The New York Times is planning to distribute Google Cardboard viewers to its "most loyal digital subscribers." It's the second time NYT has collaborated with Google to hand out Cardboard viewers to subscribers—the first time was in 2015... Read more...
U.S. Supreme Court Passes Draconian Rule Allowing FBI Hacking Rights On Millions Of Devices With A Single Warrant
As we’ve seen in the San Bernardino iPhone case, the FBI is willing to go to extreme lengths to retrieve [potentially valuable] personal information for investigative purposes. When Apple wouldn’t... Read more...