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Monthly Archives: March 2018

  • Huawei Is Preparing A Smartphone With A Monstrous 512GB Of Onboard Storage

    Is 256GB of internal storage – as seen on the iPhone X -- not enough for your smartphone needs? Well, it appears that Huawei is looking to leapfrog the competition with 512GB of internal storage on an upcoming smartphone model. News of this storage windfall came courtesy of a listing...
  • HotHardware, AMD, And Corsair Spring Fling Gaming System Giveaway!

    What better way to usher in the Spring season, and all of the great weather that comes along with it, than to give away an awesome PC rig, designed to keep you inside and gaming as long as possible? HotHardware has teamed up with our friends at AMD and Corsair...
  • Sources Claim Law Enforcement Is Using Fingerprints Of Dead People To Unlock iPhones

    The Apple iPhone has become so common with both upstanding citizens and nefarious criminals that law enforcement frequently is faced with trying to unlock the devices of people who are suspects in crimes to gather evidence. For suspects that are deceased, gathering evidence can be a challenge for law enforcement officials...
  • Elon Musk pulls brands from Facebook

    Entrepreneur Elon Musk has had the official Facebook pages for his Tesla and SpaceX companies deleted. The #deletefacebook movement has grown after data firm Cambridge Analytica was accused of obtaining the personal information of about 50 million users. Mr Musk had poked fun at speaker brand Sonos after it said...
  • PC Specialist Enigma VIII review: A thorough let-down

    PC Specialist is one of a number of system builders that specialises - as the name would suggest - in building high-performance desktop machines. It's not all workstations and gaming rigs, though - the company also makes a number of laptops for both home and business users. One such laptop...
  • Apple Readies Siri Fix After Assistant Reads Aloud Hidden Notifications From Lock Screen

    Siri was one of the first digital assistants to be released for smartphones, but it arguably hasn't kept pace with its rivals when it comes to adding new features and overall performance. And earlier this week, it was revealed that Siri has a penchant for reading notifications that are hidden...
  • Epic Games Hopes To Bridge Uncanny Valley With Digital Humans In 'Siren' Demo

    The gap between real-life scenery and digitally produced visuals is continually shrinking, and one day we might not be able to tell the difference between the two. Working in that direction is Epic Games. Using its Unreal Engine, the development studio has created a digital human called Siren with realistic...
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 And S9+ Owners Complain Of Dead Spots On Infinity Displays

    We have probably said it a million times by not, but Samsung's Super AMOLED displays are some of the best looking panels on mobile, bar none. The same is true of the company's newest flagship phones, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, though unfortunately the experience is being marred for...
  • Netflix Bug Bounty Entices Security Researchers With $15,000 Payout

    Forget about 'Netflix and chill', how about 'Netflix and make some money!'? Sure, the latter isn't likely to trend as a popular catchphrase, and it's not a euphemism for cuddling on the couch (or bed) and getting intimate. However, it is a possibility now that Netflix is opening up its...
  • ADATA Unleashes XPG SX8200 3D TLC NAND SSD With Blazing Fast 3.2GB/sec Reads

    There's been quite a bit of activity in the SSD space recently, and ADATA is catering to gaming enthusiasts with the latest addition to its XPG family. In this case, we've got all the details on the new XPG SX8200, which is an M.2 2280 PCIe SSD family that looks...

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