Latest News - October 2018
- GPU-Z v2.12.0 Calls Out Fake NVIDIA GeForce RTX And GTX Graphics Cards
- DRAM And NAND Memory Pricing Poised To Plummet 20 Percent In 2019, Good News For PC Consumers
- Garmin Instinct Is A Rugged Smartwatch Than Can Last Up To 2 Weeks In The Great Outdoors
- Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 Gains Productivity Boosting LTE Connectivity Option
- Fortnite For Android Now Available For All, No Invite Necessary
- Huawei Mate 20 Pro May Debut With iPhone XS Max Slaying 4200 mAh Battery, Triple Rear Cameras
- Microsoft Bundles Xbox One Consoles With Free Third-Gen Amazon Echo Dot
- GeForce RTX 2070 Shown Outpacing GeForce GTX 1080 In Early Benchmark Leak
- Alleged NVIDIA GeForce RTX Mobility Lineup Leaked, CES 2019 Debut Likely
- Microsoft Patent Shows New Details On Hinged Dual-Screen Surface Device
- Boston Dynamics Atlas Robot Goes Full American Ninja Warrior In Latest Demo
- Samsung's Folding Galaxy Phone Will Cram A Multitasking Tablet In Your Pocket
- Heads-Up, Cryptocurrency Malware Found Hiding On Board Fake Adobe Flash Update
- AOC's 32-inch AGON AG322QC4 Gaming Monitor Rocks 144Hz QHD 1800R FreeSync 2 Panel
All News for October 2018
The latest version of the enthusiast tool GPU-Z has launched bringing with it new features and stability updates. The latest version is GPU-Z v2.12.0, and one of the main goals for this version of the benchmark was to detect fake NVIDIA graphics... Read more...
Back in September, we reported that Intel's CPU shortage could end up having a positive effect on the DRAM market for consumers. TrendForce said that the CPU shortage coupled with an oversupply in... Read more...
Fitness wearables are normally smaller devices that have features for monitoring things like steps, heart rate, and other data. The problem for people who like to be active in harsh conditions is that most of those wearables aren’t meant to survive... Read more...
No Wi-Fi, no problem. Back in June, Samsung rolled out its second-generation Chromebook Plus V2, which is a premium 2-in-1 convertible running Google's Chrome OS. Today, Samsung is expanding the family with the inclusion of a new LTE option, which... Read more...
It's crazy to think that as popular and lucrative Fortnite already is, it may see an influx of new players, making it an even bigger success story for Epic Games. How so? The exclusivity period for playing the Fortnite beta on Android on Samsung... Read more...
Huawei is set to unveil its Mate 20 Pro at an even in London on October 16th, but we've already heard quite a bit about the new flagship smartphone courtesy of leaks. A new report, however, is giving... Read more...
Just as Microsoft previously started rolling out its October 2018 Update for Windows 10 PCs (and then paused it to investigate reports of missing files), there is also a new system update available for Xbox One consoles that is packed with new... Read more...
NVIDIA's hardware partners are starting to announce custom cooled versions of the company's GeForce RTX 2070, and soon enough websites will start posting performance reviews. In the meantime, we're left to speculate about performance based on the... Read more...
The dust hasn't even had to time to settle on NVIDIA's desktop GeForce RTX series graphics cards, but as we're still exploring the full capabilities of these new parts, there is already chatter of mobile variants laying in the wings. It's not a... Read more...
Microsoft has an idea for a hinged Surface device with dual screens that was seen in patent drawings back in July. This device would go a long way towards giving users more screen space while maintaining a portable form factor. This week a new... Read more...
It's been a while since we've talked about Boston Dynamics here at HotHardware. The last time we checked in with the company, its SpotMini robot dog was walking autonomously through a "mock" house, while the humanoid Atlas was seen taking a causal... Read more...
We know that Samsung intends to unveil its folding Galaxy smartphone before the end of the year, but other than the fact that it has a flexible display, we don't actually know much else about it. Even its name is an unknown at this point, with... Read more...
At least for the time being, it looks like the mad rush to buy graphics cards for cryptocurrency mining and leave gamers with overpriced options is in the rear view mirror. That doesn't mean cryptocurrency mining doesn't still present an annoyance... Read more...
The last time that we visited AOC, the company announced four members of its G1 series of curved gaming monitors. Today, the company is announcing a new member of its AGON premium monitor family: the AG322QC4. The AG322QC4 is a 32-inch monitor with... Read more...