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The time to enter the Lands Between in Elden Ring is nearly upon us, and there is a new, extended trailer available that has us drooling for the game. The trailer was revealed during a Red Bull stream on Twitch yesterday. Elden Ring is an upcoming RPG created by Hidetaka Miyazaki, creator of the influential Dark... Read more...
With the upcoming Presidents Day holiday upcoming, may retailers are offering up a varied array of deals on some popular products. We've found a bunch of solid deals on mobile devices and accessories from Samsung in particular that we think you'll like on Amazon. First up, the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 256 GB edition... Read more...
In case you missed it, Intel's planning to ship some four million or more discrete GPUs this year, and going forward, too. That doesn't necessarily mean four million desktop graphics cards, but to put things in perspective, the entire desktop graphics card market in 2021 was just twelve million units. So saying... Read more...
It seems that cybersecurity concerns are once again on the rise, as just this week, we reported on the surge in ransomware attacks. Now, researchers at Qualys have published a privilege escalation vulnerability within snap-confine, a software packaging, and deployment system for Linux Kernel-based operating systems... Read more...
A Northrop Grumman Antares rocket is scheduled to launch later today, carrying science experiments to the crew of the International Space Station (ISS). The launch is scheduled within a five-minute window that opens at 12:40 p.m. EST today, and you can watch live. The ISS is headed into its last decade of service... Read more...
Since their release, we have been covering the privacy and safety concerns surrounding Apple AirTags. AirTags are cheap and easy-to-use tracking devices that make use of Apple’s billion device Find My network. AirTags are intended to be used for keeping track of and recovering personal belongings, but concerns have... Read more...
If you compare the Intel of the latter half of the 2010 to the Intel of the former half of 2010, they're barely recognizable. Once upon a time, Intel was firing on all cylinders, kicking butt and taking names with definitive leadership in both process technology and processor architectures. Eventually, however, the... Read more...
Windows is pretty much ubiquitous with Microsoft. The massive operating system has been part of its ecosystem for more than 35 years. Windows has had its ups and downs, such as a few antitrust suits throughout the US and Europe. For some Windows Pro users, an upcoming update is not much of an upgrade. In a recent... Read more...
We hold the 8BitDo Pro 2 in high regard around these parts. Simply put, it's one of the best controllers for the money, in part because it can be used with so many different game systems. Nintendo Switch? Check. PC and Mac? Check and check again. Android and iOS? Raspberry Pi? Those get checks too. If ever you were... Read more...
Facebook is betting big on the so-called metaverse, hence why it rebranded the company Meta to reflect where Mark Zuckerberg and the gang believe the internet is headed. Only time will tell how it all plays out. In the early going, though, the metaverse is rapidly expanding, or at least that's the case for Meta's... Read more...
If there is one thing that display and projector makers have figured out, it's that people like to play games on cutting edge hardware. And just as big screen TVs often tout gaming amenities, so do some projectors, like BenQ's upgraded X3000i. The latest variant, unveiled at CES earlier this year and heavily marketed... Read more...
A father in France is facing a hefty fine and possible jail time following his well intentioned attempt to keep his kids off the internet and cell phones late at night. His use of a signal jammer was so effective that he not only kept his kids off the internet, but those in a nearby town as well. The Agence... Read more...
Another year, another triplet of Samsung Galaxy S flagships. Last week, Samsung launched the Galaxy S22 ($799), S22+ ($999), and S22 Ultra ($1,199), three premium phones with high-end specs that are targeted at dominating the Android landscape in the US, and battling the Android competition abroad. Needless to say... Read more...
A Russian cosmonaut and a European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut aboard the International Space Station (ISS) shared photos of Mount Etna from space, as plumes of ash and smoke from the active volcano rose toward the heavens. The images were shared by the pair on their respective Twitter accounts. As the... Read more...
Intel will finally make an earnest run at the discrete graphics market in just a matter of weeks, with its first Alchemist GPUs slated to ship this quarter, followed by add-in cards for desktops in the second quarter and workstation SKUs in the third quarter. It's those desktop cards that we're most interested in, and... Read more...
The land of luxury of motherboards is paved with premium features for enthusiasts, and like a penthouse apartment, there's a higher cost of living to match. In this case, you're looking at $829.99 for EVGA's flagship Z690 Dark Kingpin, a decked out motherboard loaded with bells and whistles for your Alder Lake... Read more...
You probably already know this from seeing it in another article here on HotHardware (or perhaps elsewhere), but Intel published its Investor Meeting 2022 session today, and there's all kinds of intriguing information therein. The most interesting thing to this reporter, though, is Raja Koduri's statement that the... Read more...
Intel doesn't have a long history of fabricating other people's processors, but the company has made it clear that it seeks to make that a major part of its business going forward. In case you missed it, Intel's Foundry Services (IFS) is accepting customers from around the globe, and the company will make chips with... Read more...
A number of cybersecurity experts and teams have recently released reports going over cybersecurity data from 2021 and detailing the growing ransomware threat. We covered a report revealing which industries and countries were hit the most by ransomware, as well as a report that ransomware attacks doubled in... Read more...
Intel is making a flurry of announcements today, such as revealing its first desktop Arc Alchemist graphics cards will arrive in the second quarter, and that it plans on shipping 4 million discrete GPUs by the end of the year. It's graphics strategy extends much further than the desktop, though, and all the way into... Read more...
More than 22 years ago, almost everyone knew that the world was ending when the clock ticked to the year 2000. A general panic ensued as people expected planes to fall out of the sky and nukes to launch due to dated software and hardware. Then at the stroke of midnight the world over...nothing happened. The year... Read more...
Samsung just recently wrapped up its Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event where in introduced its flagship Galaxy S22 smartphone series (check out some photos we took with the Galaxy S22 Ultra and 22+) and Galaxy Tab S8 tablet, but it still has more hardware reveals up its sleeve. We know this because Samsung announced another... Read more...
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