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On this episode of HotHardware’s Two And Half Geeks, Marco and Dave will be running down a few highlights of CES 2019, NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2060 and AMD's Radeon VII graphics cards, Intel's new 10nm... Read more...
Here it is: the 2020 Toyota Supra. In the second slip in as many weeks, Toyota -- or a contractor working for Toyota -- has leaked the upcoming rear wheel drive spots car. The time around Toyota Mexico posted an introductory video of the 2020 Supra... Read more...
Apple recently admitted that it hasn't been selling its latest generation iPhone models at the clip it expected, and it was also reported that the company told its iPhone suppliers to cut back production. Even so, the company is forging ahead with... Read more...
An increasing number of companies are trying their hand at game streaming services, which remains a niche sector but could one day be huge. Sometime soon, we may be able to count Amazon among them. That's because the world's largest online retailer... Read more...
We don't know if it was bound to happen, but it did—publisher Activision Blizzard and developer Bungie have split up. Perhaps it was...destiny? Or more precisely, the Destiny franchise, which Bungie will assume complete creative control and... Read more...
As we mentioned in our piece on CyberPowerPC yesterday, the boutique PC gaming PC business is booming. That is even more evident by our visits to Maingear and Digital Storm, both of which had a slew... Read more...
AMD this week launched the first consumer graphics card for gaming to feature a GPU built on a 7-nanometer manufacturing process, and in doing so it may have achieved performance parity with NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 2080. That parity will likely go out... Read more...
Owners of Ring security cameras have reason to feel violated according to a new report. While most thought that the cameras were able to detect what was going on inside and around their homes using automated computer vision technologies, there may... Read more...
We've seen a lot of Hot Hardware this week at CES 2019, including a few desktop and notebook systems from CyberPowerPC. We have the feeling that the company is really into Thor and Asgardians in general, because the first system that we bumped up... Read more...
Microsoft seems to be having a bad run of luck with its Windows updates as of late. By now you are probably familiar with the various issues that affected the October Update for Windows 10, such as a file deletion bug that prompted Microsoft to... Read more...
If you want a trip down PC gaming memory lane, look no further than this MSDN blog post from this DirectX Developer Blog. DirectX has been around in one form or another since 1996, which is starting to really make us feel old. Over those 2+ decades... Read more...
One of the most prevalent problems on the web, and especially social media, is discerning legitimate news stories from ones that are outright fake. This has led to the use (and sometimes overuse) of the term "fake news." This typically applies to... Read more...
We now have an official reveal date for the upcoming Galaxy S10 family of smartphones: February 20th. That date is roughly a month and a half away, which is plenty of time for channel leaks to start filtering out before for the big event. In an... Read more...
High resolution photos and videos aren't getting any smaller, and that means there is a need for more capacious storage solutions. Lexar has heard the call, and announced a new 1 terabyte SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 memory card for digital SLR cameras, HD... Read more...
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