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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Microsoft's Next Major Windows 10 Update Lands In October

    We now have a confirmed name and release month for the next major Windows 10 update, which has been testing under the codename "Redstone 5". Microsoft says that that Windows 10 October 2018 Update will land in... well, October. The naming convention shouldn’t come as much of a shock considering that...
  • 2019 Roush Stage 3 Mustang Packs 710 'Cars And Coffee' Destroying Horsepower

    The gang over at Roush has been taking the already potent Mustang GT and hopping it up for more performance and style for a long time. Roush has offered Mustangs in what it calls "Stages" referring to if they are all show and no go (Stage 1) or if they pack lots...
  • AMD's Second-Gen Ryzen Threadripper 2950X 16-Core, 32-Thread Monster CPU Now Available

    Just over two weeks ago, HotHardware brought you reviews of both the Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX and its more sedate sibling, the Ryzen Threadripper 2950X. The Threadripper 2950X is built on AMD's 12nm Pinnacle Ridge architecture and is in essence the replacement for the first-generation Threadripper 1950X. Now, we can report that the Threadripper...
  • Bitcoin wallet Bitfi withdraws 'unhackable' claim

    Bitfi, a cryptocurrency wallet backed by anti-virus software entrepreneur John McAfee, has issued a statement saying it will no longer describe its service as "unhackable". The announcement followed the release of evidence by a group of security researchers showing the wallet being compromised. However, Mr McAfee maintains that the claim...
  • Huawei Unveils AI Cube Alex-Powered Smart Speaker With Built In 4G WiFi Router

    There is a new smart speaker in town. Huawei just unveiled its AI Cube, a smart speaker and 4G router with Amazon's Alexa onboard. The AI Cube is meant to provide “seamless connectivity” in smart homes. But don’t let the name fool you -- the Huawei AI Cube is a...
  • MSI Unwraps P65 Creator Core i7 Coffee Lake Notebook With GeForce GTX 1070 MaxQ GPU

    MSI is going after content creators and business professionals with the new P65 Creator notebook. While MSI is a name synonymous with PC gaming hardware, that doesn’t mean that the company can’t walk and chew gum at the same time. At its heart is an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor...
  • Apple MacBook Pro 15in vs Dell XPS 15: Clash of the titans

    Business laptops and notebooks used to be an expensive purchase costing thousands of pounds, but the price is dropping and it's allowing business to offer flexible working without parting with large sums of cash. Within this thriving market, Apple and Dell lead the pack with beautifully built, highly functional laptops...
  • Huawei Launches 7nm Kirin 980 Octa-Core Arm Cortex-A76 SoC With Mali-G76 GPU

    Watch out, Qualcomm; Huawei is knocking at your door. The Chinese tech giant has just announced its next-generation SoC that will power its upcoming flagship smartphone family in late 2018 and beyond. The Kirin 980 is the successor to the Kirin 970 and is the very first commercial 7nm chip that...
  • Motorola One And One Power Are Notchy Mid-Range Phones Rocking Android One

    Notched displays are sort of like Jason Vorhees, in that they keep on coming whether you want them to are not. There's no hiding from The Notch (cue the scary music). Even the budget smartphone market does not provide sanctuary from notched displays, as Motorola's new One and One Power...
  • Google and Mastercard in credit card data deal

    Google has reportedly bought Mastercard credit card data in the US to help it track users' offline spending in stores. The two firms had not made the deal public but it was discovered by Bloomberg. Mastercard denied suggestions that its data could be used to identify exact purchases. The Open...

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