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Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Scammers abused Facebook phone number search

    Facebook has discovered that "malicious actors" have been harvesting profiles for years by abusing its phone number and email search facility. It said "most people" could have had their profiles harvested in this way. The site let people search for their friends by typing in their phone number or email...
  • Google Workers Sign Petition To Kill Pentagon AI Project

    Some Google employees aren't happy that their employer is working on a project with the Pentagon that involves artificial intelligence (AI). The program in question is called Project Maven and the goal isn't to create some sort of fancy technology destroying AI to be deployed in times of war, but to...
  • Lenovo IdeaCentre 620S review: Small PC, big punch

    The IdeaCentre brand tends to evoke, at least in our minds, sensible all-in-one PCs like the IdeaCentre AIO 520 and its new replacement, the IdeaCentre AIO 520S. It's a diverse line, though, also containing the gaming-focused 700 series and the 600 series of compact desktops. The latter has been a...
  • 2.5 Geeks 4/4/18: New Coffee Lakes, XPS 15 2-in-1, Intel Hades Canyon, HDR ThinkPad, NVIDIA Supercomputers!

    In this episode of HotHardware's Two And A Half Geeks, Marco, Chris, and Dave discuss Intel's barrage of Coffee Lake CPUs that arrived this week, including Core i9 6-core chips for laptops, Dell's great new XPS 15 2-in-1 with its Intel/AMD hybrid processor, Intel's Hades Canyon Gaming NUC, Lenovo's 6th...
  • Fortnite Battle Royale High Explosives v2 Mode Showcases Maximum Destruction

    Fans of Fortnite who are sad at the ending of the Sniper Shootout Event have a new limited time event they can partake in and this mode blows the bejeebers out of stuff. The new event is called High Explosives v2 and it is part of the v3.4 content update...
  • Samsung Odyssey Z Gaming Notebook Boasts Beefy 8th Gen Core i7 And GTX 1060 Max-P GPU

    Earlier this week saw the release of new Notebook 3 and Notebook 5 mainstream notebooks from Samsung, both of which feature Intel's 8th generation Core processors. Now the company is offering up something a bit more interesting in the form of the Notebook Odyssey Z, which is a gaming laptop...
  • Facebook scandal 'hit 87 million users'

    Facebook has said it now believes up to 87 million people's data was improperly shared with the political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. The figure previously quoted by the whistleblower Christopher Wylie had been 50 million. In addition, the social network confirmed it thought some of the data was about people based...
  • OnePlus Confirms Snapdragon 845, 8GB RAM And 256GB RAM For OnePlus 6

    OnePlus isn't really leaving much to the imagination when it comes to its upcoming OnePlus 6 smartphone. Although we've seen plenty of leaked specs for the smartphone hit the internet over the past few weeks, OnePlus is using its own platform to confirm the specs of the new smartphone instead...
  • Amazon Fire 7 And HD 8 Tablets Updated To Function As Hands-Free Alexa Speakers

    Amazon is pushing out a new update to two of its Fire tablets: the Fire 7 and Fire HD 8. This over-the-air update in effect turns the tablets into hands-free Alexa speakers, which furthers the ubiquity of Amazon's dominant AI voice assistant. Amazon says that Alexa can be invoked when...
  • Valve Remains Committed To SteamOS After Steam Machines Disappear During Spring Cleaning

    In a blog post, Valve vowed to continue developing and supporting its Linux-based SteamOS even though "Steam Machines aren't exactly flying off the shelves." Valve delivered the message in the wake of news spreading that it removed the Steam Machines link from the Hardware pull-down menu in Steam, and is...

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