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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy, right? High schoolers and especially college students often feel like their entire lives revolve around performing well in school and getting a leg up on the competition academically. So, it stands to reason that everyone needs a little bit of a breather from time to time to... Read more...
If you were a System Shock fan in 1994, you are in for a treat. Night Dive Studios has just started a campaign on Kickstarter where supporters can back a new and improved reboot of System Shock. There is a even a free demo to quench the thirst of early backers. System Shock will be a complete remake of the classic... 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 1TB Samsung T3 external USB 3.1 SSD, a Samsung UN55J6200 55" 1080p LED LCD Smart HDTV, a Dell Optiplex 3020 Micro, and more. Full details for all of today’s deals are available... Read more...
The recent Doom reboot published by Bethesda and developed by id Software has been getting rave reviews from fans of the franchise, both old and new, and it's about to get even better. That's because the first major update for Doom is on its way—it's due out on June 30th for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC, Bethesda... Read more...
From a technological standpoint, the Tesla Motors Model X is an amazing vehicle. The crossover impresses with its all-electric all-wheel-drive drivetrain, neck-snapping Ludicrous Mode and crowd pleasing Falcon Wing rear doors. However, it’s that last feature that has brought the most negative attention to the... Read more...
Qualcomm is in the process of optimizing its Snapdragon System-on-Chip (SoC) line to support Google's Project Tango augmented reality technology, the company announced this week. Support for Tango has already been extended to its popular Snapdragon 820 and Snapdragon 652 processors, while future Snapdragon 800 and 600... Read more...
Sony is giving gamers the heads up that its discontinuing its Ustream service for the PlayStation 4 effective August 1, 2016. Once that date arrives, PS4 gamers will no longer be able to broadcast their gameplay to Ustream, nor will they be able to view Ustream broadcasts from the "Live from PlayStation" portal on the PS4 console or from the Read more...
If you’re a cheapskate when it comes to purchasing a new smartphone, Amazon is doing its best to revive the Fire Phone without actually manufacturing its own hardware (which was a disastrous endeavor). The online retail giant has initially partnered with two hardware OEM to subsidize the cost of brand new Android... Read more...
Security researchers on Google's Project Zero team have discovered critical security flaws in several of Symantec's software security products, including its popular Norton line for consumers and Endpoint Protection for enterprises. No small thing, among the vulnerabilities are several wormable remote code execution... Read more...
If you’ve managed to avoid installing Windows 10 for the past 11 months (deftly dodging the popup nag screens and Microsoft’s penchant for installing the operating system without your permission), it’s time to do some real soul searching. If you’re running thoroughly modern PC hardware, is it worth snubbing... Read more...
AMD has been disseminating information about its Polaris architecture and the Radeon RX 480 for months now. If you’re a regular reader of HotHardware, you should already know that Polaris is AMD’s next-gen GPU architecture, designed for FinFET transistor technology. Polaris also ushers in the 4th generation of AMD’s GCN (Graphics Core Next)... Read more...
If you’re a fan of the Moto G family of smartphones, Motorola has finally announced a U.S. on-sale date for the two newest members: the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus. Both smartphones are available for pre-order today from Motorola.com, and will be available from a wide range of retailers including Amazon, B&H Photo, and... Read more...
If you're a big fan of Amazon's Dash buttons, prepare to be floored: the company has just added 50 new buttons to its portfolio. For some, most of their shopping list could be ordered through these buttons - unless of course those orders include Mrs. Dash spices, which ironically don't have their own button. It's... Read more...
It’s been said that strapping human pilots into supersonic aircraft will soon become a thing of the past. Between the use of drones and advanced AI that can autonomously fly aircraft without having to deal with G-limits or fatigue, why would the military even bother risking putting human pilots at risk? Well, the... Read more...
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