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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • HotHardware's Back To School With AMD Ryzen GIVEAWAY!

    It’s time for yet another great giveaway here at HotHardware! This time around we have some awesome AMD Ryzen gear for you, including the HOT 6-core Ryzen 5 1600X (with high performance cooler), 16GB of GEIL DDR4-3200 RAM, and an ASUS Prime B350-Plus motherboard. This kit would make a great...
  • Researchers Demonstrate Broadpwn Hack Of Millions Of Android And iOS Devices Via Broadcom Chipset

    Researchers from Exodus Intelligence discovered a zero-day attack that threatens most of the popular smartphones on the market today. The hack is called Broadpwn and it affects devices running iOS and Android. Specifically all Samsung Galaxy S3 through Galaxy S8 devices are susceptible as are the Note 3, 6, 6X...
  • Windows 10 Subsystem For Linux Lands With Fall Creators Update

    Microsoft has been doing a lot for Linux fans lately. Last week, the software giant announced its full support for Open Source and Linux by joining the Cloud Computing Foundation. Microsoft is now back with a new feature coming out of beta that Linux users will be happy to hear...
  • Sony celebrates building 10 million Raspberry Pi devices

    Sony has revealed it's manufactured 10 million of the 14 million Raspberry Pi devices it's shipped so far in Wales, putting the tiny country on the map as a major tech producer. In fact, the Japanese manufacturer has committed so much to producing the microcomputers in Wales, it's had to...
  • Why did Apple pull VPNs from its app store in China?

    The creators of several Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) have criticised Apple's decision to remove their products from its App Store in China. VPNs allow users to hide IP addresses and access online material that might be blocked by internet filters. The BBC understands that as many as 60 VPNs were...
  • Apple iMac 27in 5K review

    Apple has finally renewed its iMac desktop PCs, after the all-in-one range was last updated in 2015, and the actual design hasn't changed since the year before that. Thankfully, this is an all new series of iMacs, with speedy Kaby Lake internals and an even better 5K display. The iMac...
  • AMD Radeon RX Vega Unveiled With 8GB HBM2, Up To 27.5 TFLOPs, Starting At $399

    AMD has officially lifted the veil on its new Radeon RX consumer graphics line-up, featuring the company's next-generation Vega GPU architecture. After months of architecture disclosures and rumors, we finally have real specifications and details on the actual Radeon RX Vega graphics card line-up, including pricing, and what AMD is doing to...
  • AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X Flexes 8 Cores And 16 Threads For Relative Bargain $549

    Yesterday, we received advance notice that the AMD Ryzen Threadripper family would be expanding to include at least four additional members. While we unfortunately don’t have four new SKUs to introduce to you today, AMD did confirm one of the new processors that we talked about yesterday: the Ryzen Threadripper...
  • Facebook Shuts Down AI System After It Continued To Communicate In A Language Humans Can’t Understand

    This is why we can’t have nice things! Did you ever have the feeling that people are talking behind your back, but you can’t quite make out what they’re saying? Imagine for a minute if instead of people, there were artificial intelligence (AI) bots plotting and scheming in the background...
  • Honolulu Targets Oblivious 'Smartphone Zombies' By Enacting Crosswalk Ban

    Soon it will be illegal to fire off a text message or look down at your phone while crossing the street in Honolulu, the largest city in Hawaii. The ban will take effect towards the end of October, at which point Honolulu will become the first major city in the...

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