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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Why did Amazon make an Alexa-controlled microwave?

    Amazon has unveiled a microwave that can be controlled using its Alexa voice assistant. Our North America technology reporter Dave Lee found out why - and saw what else the company unveiled at its yearly Alexa event at the company's Seattle headquarters. Go to Source
  • Walmart Leans On Oculus VR Go Headsets To Train Employees

    Virtual reality headsets are changing the way people play games and, as we have found out over the years, companies are using them to train their employees and augment their workflow. While the adoption amongst gamers has been slow for VR headsets, the biggest brick and mortar retailer out there...
  • Amazon Launches Refreshed Echo Dot, Echo Plus, 10-inch Echo Show And New Smart Plug

    The Echo Dot has long been one of Amazon's most popular Alexa-backed devices, and it's getting yet another redesign. This time around, you'll find the same four-button control scheme atop the device, but the previous 7-microphone array has been replaced with just 4 microphones. We first reported on this change...
  • Amazon's Alexa Event Outs Echo Subwoofer, Echo Link Amp And $59.99 Smart Microwave

    Amazon held a special event today to announce a new round of Alexa-powered products, and you've already seen a few of them leaked right here at HotHardware. Among the devices unveiled include the Echo Sub, which as we described this morning, is a 100W subwoofer. It can pair with up to two [same model] Echo...
  • Internet regulator considered for UK

    The UK government is considering "all options", including a regulator, as part of new legislation governing the internet. It has previously said it will publish a White Paper in the coming months, laying out its proposals. According to Buzzfeed News, the White Paper will propose a regulatory body similar to...
  • Google 'Nocturne' Chrome OS Tablet Allegedly Leaked By Brydge

    Earlier this month, there were a number of leaks surrounding upcoming Chrome OS hardware devices that will be unveiled on October 9th by Google. One of those devices was a Chrome OS tablet which goes by the codename Nocturne. Today, more images of the tablet were uncovered, which were provided by Bluetooth keyboard maker...
  • Cryptocurrency Mining Hacks Allegedly Skyrocket In Part Due To Leaked NSA Tool

    Let's start with the good news. Cryptocurrency mining on GPUs has waned considerably, and the shortage of graphics cards that made it nearly impossible to score a mid-range or high-end GPU at or near MSRP is over (for the most part). Are you ready for the bad news? Be that...
  • iPhone XS Teardown Unearths Smaller Battery And Tricky Display Assembly

    Apple has begun shipping the first wave of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max smartphones to customers, and the former has already been disassembled (complete with video footage). Right off the bat, getting inside the new iPhone XS is a bit harder compared to last year's iPhone X. If you recall, the...
  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Overclocked To 2.4GHz GPU And 17Gbps GDDR6 Crushes 3DMark World Records

    The embargoes have lifted on sharing performance metrics for NVIDIA's GeForce RTX cards, and if you haven't done so already, be sure to check our in-depth review of the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 (we also have a deep dive on Turing, if you're interested). One thing we didn't...
  • ASUS Intel Z390 Motherboard Lineup Leaks Including ROG Maximus XI

    Intel will be rolling out its 9th generation Core processor family in October, though we can't say for sure exactly when—we've heard both October 1 and October 8 thrown around. Either way, Intel's hardware partners are ready with a whole bunch of new motherboards based on the company's accompanying Z390...

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