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All News for July 2019

Today is a big day for Fortnite, the epic mech vs. monster battle is going down at 2 PM EST and there are a lot of Fortnite fans wondering what's going to happen. Gamers got their first look at the monster, called Cattus, after the end of season 8 when the volcano erupted and spewed rocks at Polar Peak that broke the... Read more...
Yes Most gamers probably know that if you have an Amazon Prime account, you have Twitch Prime as well. A lot of gamers forget about that and Twitch Prime gives some sweet loot and perks to gamers, such as a free year of Switch Online service. Amazon Prime and Twitch members who are looking for a new video game to... Read more...
Not all browser extensions are used for good. It was recently discovered that several Chrome and Firefox browser extensions were stealing data from individual users and corporations. The data included everything from passwords to genetic information.  Sam Jadali of securitywithsam.com revealed that the following... Read more...
As was bound to happen, an early benchmark comparison claiming to represent NVIDIA's not-yet-released (to retail) GeForce RTX 2080 Super graphics card has leaked out. If the numbers are to believed (and they certainly look plausible), the GeForce RTX 2080 Super falls squarely between a Titan Xp and Titan V in... Read more...
The smartphone market is stagnating as phones have changed little in the last few generations, while prices have soared for new devices. This means that more and more people are hanging onto their smartphones for longer periods of time. A survey from a company that specializes in phone trading, called BankMyCell, is... Read more...
If you have a bit of nostalgia for games from years past, Steam is offering up some freebie action this weekend. Steam is making Borderlands: Game of the Year Enhanced free-to-play this weekend only.  Borderlands was originally released nearly ten years ago on October 20th 2009 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and... Read more...
Google's Chrome browser has for a long time incorporated an Incognito Mode that aims to deliver web surfers more privacy when they are cruising the internet. The problem is that the feature doesn't prevent sites from detecting people who are using Incognito Mode. Google is now saying that later this month, Chrome will... Read more...
When you sign up to test beta (or in some regards, alpha) software, you know that there are bound to be bugs. Such is the case with public testers that join in on the Windows Insider program, where they can access early builds of Windows 10 before the general public. However, Microsoft's latest build in the Windows... Read more...
In the past nine years, Google has awarded over $5 million in bug bounties to security researchers who have found and disclosed security holes in the company's Chrome browser. That is a drop in the bucket for a company like Google, but an enormous sum in its own right. Going forward, bug hunters can expect even bigger... Read more...
When will human beings once again walk on the moon? According to Elon Musk, humans could be on the moon within three to four years. Musk recently sat down with Time to discuss the origins of SpaceX, reusability, along with moon and Mars colonies. Elon Musk argued in the interview that SpaceX could land uncrewed... Read more...
Developer Infinity Ward teased several minutes of actual gameplay showcasing its upcoming 2v2 mode in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare in glorious 4K. The new Gunfight footage looks absolutely stunning, as you might expect when cranking up the resolution to 3840x2160, particularly in the outside portion where foliage... Read more...
The Dell Latitude 7400 2-in-1 is an almost-perfect example of a modern business laptop. It's light, sleek, powerful, and flexible. And we mean that quite literally -- its 360-degree hinge give users the ability to use it as a regular laptop with a touch-enabled screen, in tent mode for drawing or for viewing movies or... Read more...
It is a mistake to equate Google's upcoming Stadia service as a Netflix for games. Stadia product director Andrey Doronichev made that crystal clear during a recent Ask Me Anything (AMA) session on Reddit. He also offered up a few more details about Stadia, one of which is that Stadia Pro subscribers can expect... Read more...
Based on previous Pixel launch schedules, we are roughly three months away from the official unveil of the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, which will serve as showcases for the Android Q operating system. Leading up to the launch, Google took the unusual step of actually teasing the designof the smartphones, and there have... Read more...
An Israeli company that managed to hack WhatsApp earlier this year is now claiming it has developed new software that can stealthily swipe cloud data from Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft. It can even bypass two-factor authentication and warning emails on target devices. Developed by NSO Group, the... Read more...
The Nintendo Switch has been around for a few years and has proven to be a very popular console with gamers. However, some gamers have had an issue with the Nintendo Switch thumb joystick on the removable Joy-Con controllers, which will register movement even when they aren't being touched. This phenomenon has been... Read more...
Well folks, here it is: the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, aka C8 Corvette. The vehicle isn't officially supposed to be unveiled until a little over an hour from right now, but as with most things these days, it has leaked early. Just look at it. It looks downright amazing with its new mid-engine proportions... Read more...
Flying on a cramped commercial aircraft can be quite the ordeal for a lot of people out there. To help get through the flight, many take notebooks, tablets, smartphones, or portable game consoles like the Nintendo Switch with them. Southwest Airlines and Nintendo did something very cool for passengers aboard a random... Read more...
AMD pretty much dropped a nuke on the desktop processor market with its new 7nm Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 family of processors. As our review of the Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 9 3900X showed, these processors offer strong single- and multi-core performance in a wide variety of applications, and AMD is being very aggressive... Read more...
The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are still excellent flagship Android 9 Pie smartphones even though they first launched nearly a year ago (read the HotHardware review here). In addition to offering good all-around performance, the onboard rear camera is arguably the best available in the smartphone world. For... Read more...
I can no longer scroll through my Facebook or Twitter feed without seeing an image of someone I know who has been digitally aged, or altered in some other way. That's because FaceApp has gone viral again. In case you missed it (impossible at this point), this mobile application lets you apply various filters to your... Read more...
Super Mario Maker 2 launched not long ago, and fans of the game have been building some crazy levels to challenge other players. The big draw for most people is the custom levels, and recently an incredibly difficult level has been shared with the creator giving us a nice walkthrough of the spinning flames of... Read more...
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