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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 Images Leak Ahead Of Early October Launch

    Rumblings started back in June that Microsoft had some new hardware planned for 2019. Some were surprised when Microsoft sent out invites earlier this month to a hardware event that is suggested to be for the unveiling of new Surface hardware. One of the devices expected at that hardware event scheduled...
  • Intel Core i9-9900K Roars At 5GHz With Leaked Cinebench R15 Scores

    We have seen more leaks pertaining to Intel's upcoming 9th generation Core i9-9900K processor than a roof with holes in it during a torrential downpour. Of course, these all need to be taken with a grain of salt. That said, the latest appearance by Intel's unannounced chip shows it running...
  • Apple Watch Series 4 Versus Samsung Galaxy Watch: Elite Smartwatches Compared

    The wearables markets is heating up, and both Samsung and Apple have just fired off a fresh salvo to satiate the buying public. Samsung announced its Galaxy Watch at its Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Note 9 in early August, and it's a fantastic piece of hardware (read the HotHardware review here). Likewise, the Apple Watch...
  • Google Chrome 70 Beta Lands With Support For Android And Mac Fingerprint Scanners

    Chrome fans will be glad to hear that the Chrome 70 beta has landed and that it is packing some very cool features that will enable improved security on some devices. The big new feature for macOS and Android users is support for Touch ID or fingerprint sensors; the hardware...
  • SpaceX To Fly A Private Passenger Around The Moon In Its Big Effin' Rocket

    One lucky person is about to “boldly go where no [private passenger] has gone before”. SpaceX recently announced that they have booked the world’s first private flight to the moon. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk promised in early 2017 that two tourists would take to the stars by the end of...
  • Printing, document capture and compliance risk in the GDPR era

    From the point of view of compliance, printing and document capture devices are everywhere, and range from multi-functional printers and scanners to mobile devices carried by employees. And every time a document is captured or printed it resides in storage on a device or somewhere else on the network. That...
  • Cheapskate Apple Stops Bundling 3.5mm Dongles With Older iPhones, Would Rather You Pay $9

    Apple is amplifying its war against the 3.5mm audio jack by no longer including an adapter with its older iPhone models. Now if you purchase an iPhone 7 or later and want to use your existing set of headphones with a 3.5mm jack, you'll need to purchase a Lighting-to-3.5mm dongle...
  • These Are The Classic NES Games Coming To Nintendo Switch Online Service

    Nintendo is launching a paid online service for its Switch console next week, as we get closer to the launch, more details have been made available. We now know exactly which retro games will be available when the online service goes live. Nintendo also shared details about upcoming classic games...
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Already Surpassing Titan Xp 3DMark Time Spy Benchmark Performance

    NVIDIA's new generation of GeForce RTX graphics cards are in the hands of reviewers, and today the NDA lifted on a full and exhaustive breakdown of the underlying Turing architecture, including all the new features and goodies that are underneath the hood. Performance numbers will have to wait for another...
  • OnePlus 6T Abandons Headphone Jack After OnePlus Mocked The Trend Just Months Ago

    Just a few months ago in April, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei championed the 3.5mm headphone jack in an interview, stating, "Every year I do a Twitter poll and the number of people taking part increases each time, this year there were over 19k votes, and 88% said they like physical...

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