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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • LG V30 To Feature Customizable Hi-Fi Audio With A New Quad DAC

    Smartphones have virtually replaced the iPod and other MP3 players for most people, and use them to listen to all of our tunes on-the-go (either on-device or through a cloud streaming service). The catch is that not all smartphones are created equal when it comes to their music playback prowess...
  • AMD Radeon RX Vega 56 Gaming And Ethereum Mining Beast GPU Launches, Sells-Out In Minutes

    The supply problems surrounding AMD’s Radeon RX Vega 64 flagship consumer graphics cards have been well documented. However, the Vega 64 isn’t the only new enthusiast graphics card that AMD has on deck; it also announced the slightly less potent Radeon RX Vega 56 (read our review of both cards...
  • Nintendo Switch Source Code Leak Hints At Virtual Reality Support

    Virtual reality could very well end up being the future of gaming. Or it could not—it is just too early to tell at the moment. No company wants to be left behind, however, and it appears as though Nintendo may have baked support for some kind of VR technology into...
  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Blows Past Dota 2 As Most Played Game On Steam

    Everyone seems to be playing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, or PUBG as the cool kids spell it. And by "everyone," we do not mean that literally, of course, but that does not take anything away from the game's popularity. The battle royale shooter has now leapfrogged ahead of Dota 2 on Steam's...
  • Dell’s XPS 13 Gains Beastly Quad-Core, 8-Thread Core i5 And i7 Kaby Lake-R Processors

    If you’re a regular reader of HotHardware, then you know that we are incredibly fond of Dell’s XPS 13 family of notebooks. They provide solid performance, tight construction and plenty of features to keep mobile warriors happy. To keep its winning streak alive, Dell has announced a significant processor upgrade...
  • ASUS Launches ZenBook Flip S UX370 Ultra-Thin Convertible With Core i7 Power

    ASUS continues to expand and refine its ZenBook family of mobile products, and that is clearly on display today with the announcement of the ZenBook Flip S UX370. The ZenBook Flip S features a convertible design, which means that it can be used a conventional notebook, or you can “flip”...
  • Nintendo Ramping Switch Production To Satisfy Crushing Holiday Demand

    Nintendo is still not producing enough hybrid Switch consoles to meet demand. We would say this is where you are supposed to feign surprise, but who are kidding, this is hardly shocking. What will be surprising is if Nintendo is able to get a handle on the situation in time...
  • Samsung's $425 Galaxy Note 8 Trade-In Promo For Former Note 7 Owners Has Some Caveats

    If you were one of the unlucky former owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung has offered you a big discount on its newest flagship. There are some caveats to the deal if you read the fine print. We already knew about a couple of the caveats of the trade-in...
  • Acid Wizard Studio Distributes Its Own Game 'Darkwood' Via The Pirate Bay

    Sometimes it's easy to feel like game developers are only interested in our dollars with microtransactions and remasters of old games selling for as much as new and current games. Then something comes along that makes you think some devs really do care more about players and the games themselves...
  • TEDGlobal: The computer that can smell explosives

    Nigerian Oshi Agabi has unveiled a computer based not on silicon but on mice neurons at the TEDGlobal conference in Tanzania. The system has been trained to recognise the smell of explosives and could be used to replace traditional airport security, he said. Eventually the device - dubbed Koniku Kore...

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