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Latest News - January 2020
- Radeon RX 5950 XT, 5800 XT SKUs Submitted To EEC: Could This Be Big Navi?
- Microsoft Reportedly Prepping Major Windows Cryptographic Security Update For Patch Tuesday
- IDC, Gartner Confirm Windows 7 Deadline Sparked First Yearly PC Shipments Growth Since 2011
- Japan's Super Nintendo World Theme Park Delivers Mario Nostalgia, Coin-Collecting Power Up Bands
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra Rumored To Have As Much RAM As Your PC Gaming Rig
- Microsoft Confirms Chromium Edge Support On Windows 7 Through At Least Mid-2021
- White House Plans To Stop Civilian Drone Program Over Chinese Spying Fears
- Windows 7 Is Dead, So Microsoft Suggests Upgrading To A Surface Windows 10 PC
- Intel Core i9-10990XE Rumored To Wield 22 Cores, 44 Threads To Pummel Multi-Threaded Workloads
- HotHardware's 12 Best Of CES 2020
- Elon Musk Teases Video Of Tesla EVs 'Talking' To Nearby Pedestrians
- Potential Next-Gen Apple MacBook Pro 13 Appears In EEC Database
- RIP Windows 7: Saying Goodbye To The Microsoft OS That Businesses And End Users Just Can't Quit
- AMD B550, A520 Chipsets Could Help Lower Costs For Ryzen 3000 Desktop PCs
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All News for January 2020
There's no doubt that "Big Navi" is on the way from AMD. In fact, CEO Lisa Su confirmed as much during a roundtable interview at CES 2020. However, there has been no clear-cut timetable on when this flagship graphics card will arrive on the scene. With that being said, it appears that AMD OEM board partner AFOX may... Read more...
If you are in the habit of putting off those monthly security patches Microsoft doles out on the second Tuesday of every month (known as Patch Tuesday), you may want to reconsider your approach today. A security researcher says one of the patches in today's cumulative roundup will address a serious vulnerability in a... Read more...
Are we finally seeing a turning of the tides for PC sales? Well according to new analysis from both Gartner and IDC, it appears so given the promising sales numbers tallied for 2019. According to IDC, global PC shipments grew by 2.7 percent for 2019, taking the total tally to 266.7 million. Gartner didn't show as... Read more...
Admit it, at some point in your life (past or present), you have fantasized about jumping into a video game and interacting with whatever virtual world tickled your imaginative fancy. Many gamers who grew up playing on the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) may have wished they could hop into the console and join... Read more...
We aren't far off from the official unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S20 family of devices at a Galaxy Unpacked event next month. Ahead of that unveiling event, we have a new leak that tips a lot of detail about the top-end device in the S20 family. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Ultra 5G is tipped to retain its microSD slot... Read more...
This week is a big one for Microsoft, as the company is pulling the plug on its Windows 7 operating system. The "death" of the operating system means that product updates and security patch deployments will be cut off. The company will, however, still provide Microsoft Security Essentials definition updates for until... Read more...
A report has surfaced that claims the United States government plans to permanently stop its civilian drone program. The reason cited by the report is that the drones used are at least partly made in China, and the United States government fears potential Chinese spying. Currently, the US Department of the Interior... Read more...
Windows 7 extended support ends tomorrow, as we're detailed on numerous occasions. For most people, the most obvious "fix" would be to upgrade to Windows 10, which just about anyone can do for free as long as you're running an authorized, genuine copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.x. However, the folks over at... Read more...
It appears Intel is getting ready to introduce a new processor for the high-end desktop (HEDT) space, one that would sit at the top of the stack above the Core i9-10980XE. While that is a beastly CPU with 18 cores and 36 threads to throw at workloads, a new Core i9-109980XE with 22 threads and 44 cores has made a... Read more...
We had boots on the ground again at the 2020 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, and we of course ran across a number of stellar products that will hopefully be making their way to consumers this year. Even though we saw literally hundreds of exciting new tech products and gear at CES 2020 this year, a few stood out that were near Read more...
Elon Musk is known to make heavy use of Twitter to keep in contact with his flock. The most recent video that he has shared shows a Tesla car playing sound bytes as it pulls up to someone standing nearby. The video appears to show a Tesla event of some sort as two identical maroon Tesla cars are driving in opposite... Read more...
Late in 2019, Apple released its [mostly] new flagship MacBook Pro laptop with a larger 16-inch display, 100 WHr battery, and most importantly a new scissor-style keyboard to replace the hated and trouble-prone butterfly keys. It's a given that the more robust scissor key mechanism will arrive on Apple's smaller... Read more...
In the words of Willie Nelson, "Turn out the lights, the party's over, they say that all good things must end." Well, the party's almost over, anyway—after more than a decade of dutiful service to the PC faithful, Microsoft is officially ending support for Windows 7 on Tuesday, January 14. For the most part, that... Read more...
AMD might soon be expanding its 500 series chipset beyond its sole offering, the X570. Over in China, there are rumblings about two additional 500 series chipsets making a debut soon, including the B550 and A520, both of which will represent more affordable options in the motherboard space for new and upgraded... Read more...