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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Galax GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Hall of Fame Is Excessively Blinged-Out With Gold Trimmings

    Look, buying a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti already screams 'I'm a balla', but if you want to scream it even louder, Galax has your back. The company is bringing the bling to NVIDIA's top shelf consumer card by giving it the Hall of Fame treatment. What is the Hall of...
  • Netflix Hopes To Escape Apple's App Store Tax With Subscription Change

    Love or hate Apple there is no denying that the company is a behemoth and it is the most valuable company in the world right now. While sales of smartphones have sagged globally because people are holding onto their devices for long and computer sales sag for the same reasons...
  • California wildfires: Verizon throttled data during crisis

    A US mobile network has admitted it should not have slowed California firefighters' data speeds as they tackled what has become the largest blaze in the state's modern history. Santa Clara County's fire chief has complained the company throttled an emergency vehicle's data rate to about 0.5% of its normal...
  • Apple Tipped To Finally Update Mac Mini And Release Cheaper MacBook

    Apple isn't exactly hurting for money with a market cap of a trillion dollars, making it the most valuable company in the world. It still wants more and to get its next trillion dollars in worth, Cupertino is looking to roll out some new products and among those are allegedly...
  • Qualcomm Now Sampling Next-Gen 7nm Snapdragon SoC For 2019 Android Smartphones

    Qualcomm is being light on details, but it today announced that its next-generation Snapdragon Mobile Platform is now shipping to customers. We had heard earlier this year that the chip was in production, so it makes sense that the first samples would be heading out so partners could qualify the...
  • Armari S32T-RD1000G2 review: Move over, Intel

    AMD's original Threadripper really put the cat amongst the pigeons when it arrived towards the end of 2017. Offering many more cores than the equivalently-priced Intel alternative, it was a true return to form for AMD and great news for the professional market. Less than a year later, AMD is...
  • Newisys bare metal NVMe box targets performance market

    Newisys has come out of stealth with a bare metal NVMe flash storage server that can be deployed to hyperscale environments or as a point solution for very fast processing needs. The NSS2560 can house up to 56 NVMe drives from any supplier for maximum capacity of about 70TB in 2U...
  • 2.5 Geeks Webcast 8/22/18: LIVE! 2nd Gen Threadripper Q&A With AMD's James Prior!

    Watch us LIVE Wednesday August 22 at 5:30PM EST! - On the next episode of HotHardware’s Two And Half Geeks, we’re going to have a special guest from AMD on the show to answer all of your burning questions regarding the just-launched 2nd Generation Threadripper processors. AMD’s Senior Manager, Client...
  • Facebook gives users trustworthiness score

    Facebook has confirmed that it has started scoring some of its members on a trustworthiness scale. The Washington Post revealed that the social network had developed the system over the past year. The tech firm says it has been developed to help handle reports of false news on its platform...
  • Fortnite Tipped To Land On Apple TV, But You'll Need A Decent Wireless Controller

    When we think of the Apple TV, we don't think of it as being a particularly good gaming system; at least with the potential of something like the NVIDIA SHIELD TV. And don't even get us started on the media streamer’s dreaded remote or Apple's refusal to develop a dedicated...

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