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A 5G "blocking" device called 5GBioShield is being sold in Europe for £339, which is about $418 here in the United States. The device claims to block 5G signals that some people fear contribute to the spread of COVID-19, among other things. The bizarre device claims to use a "holographic nano-layer catalyzer" to block... Read more...
Just when you thought it was safe to upgrade to a Wi-Fi 6 router and complementing wireless devices, here we are with a new wave of Wi-Fi 6E chips that will be launching in new products later this year. For those not in the know, Wi-Fi 6E is a new version of Wi-Fi that leverages 6GHz spectrum that was the Federal... Read more...
Hey, have you heard—AMD is rumored to be releasing a new round of desktop accelerated processing units (APUs) pairing its Zen 2 CPU architecture with enhanced Vega graphics. Of course you have, because there have been a million leaks on the subject. Make that a million and one, because another set "Renoir" benchmarks... Read more...
A new trailer for Call of Duty: Warzone Season 4 has surfaced, and the trailer confirms that an iconic character from the franchise is returning. Captain Price is joining the game as an operator, and the launch date for the new season was confirmed as June 3. The teaser trailer can be seen in the tweet embedded below... Read more...
Dell’s XPS family of laptops is familiar territory for us here at HotHardware, as they have continually presented as premium products that offer some best mainstream laptop experiences in the market. The company recently unveiled a complete redesign of its XPS 15 and reintroduced the XPS 17, both of which now feature... Read more...
Seemingly out of nowhere (but not really), Microsoft formally introduced a Windows Package Manager in preview form at its Build conference last week. Called "winget," Microsoft said "just about every developer has wanted a native package manager" for Windows 10, and winget is the answer, though there is more to the... Read more...
What a time to be alive for car enthusiasts. Last year, Toyota rekindled one of its most storied nameplates with the launch of the 2020 Supra, and now it looks as though Nissan is finally ready to give its 370Z a much-needed makeover. For those that don't follow the automotive industry, the 370Z was first launched way... Read more...
Do you know what makes a pie better? More filling, of course! The same concept applies to the Raspberry Pi, only in this case, instead of adding more blueberries or strawberries or whatever your filling of choice might be, the Raspberry Pi Foundation beefed up its latest Raspberry Pi 4 Model B with double the amount... Read more...
Excitement is building around Microsoft's upcoming next-generation game console: the Xbox Series X. The console features AMD hardware for the processor (Zen 2) and graphics (RDNA 2) along with a speedy 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD which should make long loading screens a thing of the past for most games.  Today, Microsoft is... Read more...
Every indication up to this point is that AMD's upcoming Zen 3 CPUs will be based on an enhanced 7-nanometer manufacturing process, with Zen 4 seeing an eventual shift to 5nm. But what if that was not the case? What if AMD decided to shake things up and jump straight to 5nm with its next round of CPUs instead, in... Read more...
Every Thursday, NVIDIA adds a bunch of new video games to the Game Ready on GeForce NOW service. The games coming to the service today include 26 titles that should give just about every gamer something to enjoy. Out of the 26 new games, there are three new game releases, including Maneater, Saints Row: The Third... Read more...
Google Stadia may not be the service we hoped it would be right out of the gate, but perhaps it will get there someday. Inching closer, Google has added a few more games and features to the mix, including Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath, a "massive new story expansion, bringing tons of material to both single-player and... Read more...
It has been several decades since the first rocket was launched into space, but most would agree that each rocket launch is still fascinating, awe-inspiring, and just plain fun to watch. Today’s launch is a particularly major milestone for the American space program. Here is how you can watch NASA and SpaceX’s... Read more...
Security researchers have found a new vulnerability that impacts almost every version of the Android operating system. The vulnerability is called Strandhogg 2.0, and it could allow malware to impersonate legitimate apps to steal passwords and other sensitive data from user devices. Strandhogg 2.0 impacts every device... Read more...
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