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Monthly Archives: August 2017

  • HTC Vive price, release date, features and specs: HTC may be looking into selling its Vive business

    Steam VR is Valve’s answer to virtual reality devices like PlayStation VR and the Oculus Rift. Long rumoured to be in the pipeline, Valve’s first virtual reality headset was initially unveiled at Game Developer's Conference 2015. Gamers everywhere remain hugely excited by the prospect of Valve, operator of the biggest distribution...
  • Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong jailed for corruption

    A court in South Korea has sentenced Samsung's billionaire heir-apparent Lee Jae-yong to five years in prison for corruption. Mr Lee was accused of bribery in a scandal that also saw the impeachment of South Korea's former president. The case has gripped the public amid growing anger against South Korea's...
  • 2.5 Geeks 8/24/2017: Galaxy Note 8, AMD Ryzen Threadripper, RX Vega, Origin EON, X1 Yoga OLED, And More!

    Join us for the latest episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks webcast. Today, Dave, Paul, Chris, and Marco kicking around Samsung's new Galaxy Note 8, AMD's monstroust Threadripper processors and and Radepm RX Vega GPUs, Origin's EON15-S gaming laptop, Lenovo's slick, business-class X1 Yoga OLED Gen 2, and...
  • 'Self-driving' lorries to be tested on UK roads

    Small convoys of partially driverless lorries will be tried out on major British roads by the end of next year, the government has announced. A contract has been awarded to the Transport Research Laboratory (TRL) to carry out the tests of vehicle "platoons". Up to three lorries will travel in...
  • There's A Party In Tim Cook's Pants, As Apple Prepares iPhone 8 Launch For 9/12

    Is that an iPhone 8 in your pocket, or are you just happy to see me? That seems to be question on the minds of many Apple watchers today. It’s not often that people would examine or even care about what Apple CEO Tim Cook is wearing, but his tweet...
  • HTC Reportedly Mulling Sale Of Its Successful Vive VR Business

    HTC was once one of the top smartphone manufacturers in the world, but is now having a hard time competing against the likes of Samsung and Apple. HTC has seen its market value decline a whopping 75 percent over the last half decade, leaving it valued at around $1.8 billion. The smartphone...
  • Toys R Us Skips SNES Classic Preorders, Will Only Sell In-Store Starting September 29

    Those looking to score a Nintendo SNES Classic haven’t exactly had good luck since when the console was announced two months ago. Walmart was the first retailer to open preorder sales for the console, but it ended up canceling all of those orders, citing a website glitch. Best Buy preorders...
  • Android 8.0 Oreo Users Complain Of Bluetooth Issues, Google Scrambles For A Fix

    Google’s new Android 8.0 Oreo operating system has only been out for a few days, but hardcore enthusiasts that were eager to download the newest software release are already encountering issues. The most common issue that seems to be affecting users revolves around Bluetooth connectivity. More specifically, both Nexus and...
  • Samsung working on home smart speaker

    Samsung has confirmed it is developing its own voice-controlled "smart speaker" for the home, to rival devices by Amazon and Google. DJ Koh, head of Samsung's mobile division, told CNBC News: "I am already working on it." The company already has a voice-controlled assistant called Bixby on some of its...
  • Epson WorkForce DS-360W review

    Workers on the go with no time to waste will like the WorkForce DS-360W: Epson claims it's the fastest portable scanner in its class, with a top scan speed of 25ppm. Impressively, that's not just for mono scans, but for full colour, at resolutions up to 300dpi. Duplex scanning is...