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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Corsair AIO Liquid Cooler Round-Up: Overclocking Ryzen To Boost Performance

    We have been experimenting with AMD’s Ryzen 5 processors here at HotHardware and while they have already proven to be a great value, we wanted to explore some different mainstream cooling options to see what kind of additional goodness we could extract from the processors. All-in-one liquid coolers are not...
  • Dozens charged for Infraud cyber-crime site

    Thirty-six people have been charged for their alleged involvement in running a cyber-crime service responsible for more than $530m (£381m) of losses. The Infraud Organisation is said to have dealt in stolen credit cards and passwords and engaged in bank fraud and ID theft. As of March 2017, its dark-web-based...
  • Ford Ranger Raptor Is A Downsized, Ferocious And Diesel-Powered Sibling Of F-150 Off-Roader

    Less than a month ago, we brought you news of the Ford Ranger's return after a long hiatus. Available in SuperCab and SuperCrew body styles, the Ranger features a 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder gasoline engine and will go up against the likes of the Chevrolet Colorado and Toyota Tacoma. However, Ford...
  • Galaxy S9 Leak Hints At Ultra Expensive Pricing For Samsung's Snapdragon 845 Flagships

    If you are interested in the Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus that are due to be announced at Mobile World Congress (MWC) later this month, start saving your pennies and nickels now. Better add dimes and quarters to the pot as well. There are multiple reports that the Galaxy...
  • As iPhone Prices Skyrocket, Apple Talks With Goldman Sachs About Buyer Financing Options

    The iPhone X is Apple's most expensive smartphone to date, at least in terms of starting price. Potential customers who are interested in the iPhone X are looking at spending $1,000 or more. Goldman Sachs, the investment bank that has raised tens of billions of dollars for Apple, is now...
  • Intel Launches Xeon D-2100 Series Skylake-SP Low-Power Processors For Edge Computing

    Intel is rolling out a new family of enterprise-class processors based on its Skylake-SP architecture. The chip giant describes the Xeon D-2100 SoCs as being "optimized for flexible, scalable, high-density network, storage, and cloud edge solutions." The Xeon D-2100 series processors are available with as few as 4 cores and...
  • Intel Coffee Lake CPUs Grab Share Away From AMD Ryzen Says German E-Tailer Mindfactory

    There is a game of leapfrog playing out at Mindfactory, the largest online retailer in Germany that deals with processors and other computer hardware. Looking at the e-tailer's latest market share figures, Intel has skipped ahead of AMD in processor sales, regaining pole position after AMD's Ryzen family had propelled...
  • HP Launches EliteBook 800 And ZBook 14u/15u Laptops With 8th Core vPro, Radeon RX 580

    HP has announced updated EliteBook 800 notebooks and ZBook 14u/15u mobile workstations that have some slick features that mobile pros will love. The new workstations have some common features according to HP including support for the new Thunderbolt Dock G2, new displays, and robust security features. The machines are also...
  • Deepfake pornographic videos banned by Twitter

    Twitter is the latest platform to ban a new type of pornographic video that replaces the original actor's face with that of another person. The clips, known as deepfakes, typically use the features of female TV personalities, actors and pop singers. Unlike some social networks, Twitter allows hardcore pornography on...
  • Apple Introduces Battery Health Feature In iOS 11.3 Beta 2 To Appease iPhone Users And Lawmakers

    Apple is still trying to dig itself out of trouble over performance throttling of iPhones that have degrading batteries. Apple maintains that it throttles performance to prevent iPhones from shutting down unexpectedly. iPhone users were angry because Apple performed these actions without offering any indication that the throttling was happening...

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