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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Doomfist Dominates With A Serious Beat-Down In His First Pro Overwatch Match

    Doomfist, the latest Overwatch hero, has made a smashing debut. One professional Overwatch player tested Doomfist out at an exhibition match and wowed the crowd with four quick eliminations.  Overwatch player Kim “Libero” Hye Sung of the professional South Korean team “Meta Athena”, recently played Doomfist in a match against...
  • Intel Quietly Launches New Kaby Lake Core i3-7340, 7320T, 7120T And Xeon E3-1200 v6 Series Processors

    Amid the spectacle of new CPU and GPU architectures that have been dominating the headlines for the past several weeks, Intel has gone and quietly added a handful of new processors to its Kaby Lake and Xeon stacks. These can be seen in the latest update to Intel's 7th generation...
  • Google AI Learns Subjective Task Of Editing Professional Level Photography

    We talked yesterday of an example of how deep learning and artificial intelligence can be used to put words in people's mouths, creating video proof of something someone said, even if they didn't really say it. Prospects like that are downright scary, but so too are the realities of the jobs...
  • Build A Killer Amiga Emulator For Under $100 With The Raspberry Pi 3

    Dave Haynie, one of the chief engineers that worked on the Amiga back in its heyday, put it best when he said, “Amiga users make Macintosh users look like PC users”, in the Viva Amiga documentary that was released early this year. Those of us that were around when the...
  • Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon review

    Lenovo's newest 5th-generation ThinkPad is the thinnest, lightest, and most powerful yet. 2017's X1 Carbon sheds some of the weight and thickness of the previous model and has received a processor upgrade in the form of a 7th generation Kaby Lake chip. The changes come at a cost however, as...
  • Samsung Unveils 33-Foot Wide Cinema LED 4K HDR Display

    If we are allowed to be hyperbolic, we can say your local movie theater is obsolete. Or more specifically, the large screen displays inside your local theater are outdated. Sure, there might be exceptions in various spots around the country, but next to Samsung's new Cinema LED Screen, a massive...
  • Microsoft Announces First Windows Server 2016 Insider Preview

    During its Build 2017 conference in May, Microsoft announced that Windows Server would be joining the Windows insider program, which allows users to download and test pre-release builds containing new features that are not available to the general public. Making good on that promise, Microsoft has now made available the...
  • Microsoft Launches Major Xbox One Update With Custom Gamerpics And Co-Streaming

    Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to Xbox One and Xbox One S game consoles that includes a handful of goodies based on customer feedback. One of those is the ability to upload custom Gamerpics. Rather than being forced to choose from a preset selection, Xbox One gamers...
  • Samsung Appears To Tease Galaxy Note 8 Design In Recent Tweet

    Twitter users are debating whether or not a picture posted by Samsung's Exynos processor division depicts the South Korean electronics maker's forthcoming Galaxy Note 8 handset. If that is indeed the case, then pat Samsung on the back for a clever use of social media. And even if that is...
  • Viking UHC Silo SSD Packs Enormous 50 Terabyte Storage Volume For Enterprise Customers

    It goes without saying that we love solid state drives here at HotHardware. Their ultra-fast speeds and favorable price/GB ratio is make them a must-have for enthusiasts, attractive upgrades for regular consumers, and desirable performance upgrades for enterprise customers. Viking Technology has that last segment of customers in mind with...

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