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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Intel Kills Arduino 101 Family Of Raspberry Pi Rivaling DIY Tinker Boards

    Intel has always been an interesting company to watch, but lately, we've been looking at how it's adjusting focus to better handle the current competitive landscape. On the CPU side, the fact that AMD is more competitive than ever has been well-documented, both on the desktop side and in the...
  • iRobot Looks To Sell Roomba Mapping Data Of Homes To Silicon Valley Tech Elites Like Apple

    iRobot might not be a familiar name to you, but surely you have heard of the company’s Roomba robot vacuums (and the parodies that go along with it). The autonomous vacuum cleaners are capable of navigating rooms in your house, avoid obstacles and clean both hardwoods floors and carpet without...
  • Adobe to kill off Flash plug-in by 2020

    Adobe Systems has said that it plans to phase out its Flash Player plug-in by the end of 2020. The technology was once one of the most widely used ways for people to watch video clips and play games online. But it also attracted much criticism, particularly as flaws in...
  • Adobe Goes On Record About The Death Of Flash And When

    Are you guys ready to get rid of Flash? We here at HotHardware definitely are, and thankfully, Adobe has already seen the writing on the wall. Adobe gave us our first glimpse at the impending death of Flash back in late 2015 — we just didn’t think that it would...
  • Motorola Moto Z2 Force Arrives August 10 For All Carriers, 360-Degree Camera Moto Mod Unveiled

    Here it is, folks. After months of leaks and teases, Motorola has officially pulled the wraps off its flagship Moto Z2 Force. Given how much of the device has already leaked, there’s not much left for Motorola to announce that we didn’t already know. But in case you’ve missed all...
  • Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 review: Lighter, but not faster

    Dell has paid attention to criticisms of its previous laptops and hybrids, and decided to present a solution to those problems through this nifty device. The company has produced a versatile, portable and impressive hybrid which is certain to garner the attention of rivals such as HP and Toshiba.  A...
  • 2018 Ford Mustang GT Eats Porsche 911 Carreras For Lunch With Sub 4 Second 0 to 60 Time

    Earlier this year, we brought you details of Ford’s restyled 2018 Mustang. The current sixth generation Mustang was introduced in 2014 for the 2015 model year and brought an all-new platform, a new turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine and an independent rear suspension (something not seen since the Fox-body Cobra R...
  • Facebook Acquires Source3 Content Protection To Battle Video Piracy That’s Gotten Out Of Hand

    Mark Zuckerberg has big aspirations of expanding Facebook into the professional video space and wants to bring independent content creators into the fold. It is an appealing proposition with Facebook able to reach so many eyeballs, though the threat of piracy could scare content creators off. To address that, Facebook...
  • Elon Musk Dismisses Mark Zuckerberg’s ‘Limited’ Knowledge Of The Dangers Of Artificial Intelligence

    Two of the most influential people in technology are Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk One created the world's largest social networking site and the other is spearheading the movement into autonomous vehicles. Where these two diverge is when it comes to artificial intelligence, a part of technology that is crucial...
  • EU Antitrust Fine Stings Google Parent Company Alphabet Bottom Line With A 27 Percent Drop In Profits

    About a month ago, Google was hit with a massive fine by the EU that totaled $2.7 billion. That fine was levied against Google for breaching EU antitrust law and was more than twice as much as the second largest penalty the EU ever handed out for such a violation...

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