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Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Pixel 3 Phones Only Support 10W Wireless Fast Charging With Google Approved Accessories

    The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones launched earlier this month and we covered them both extensively in our full review. The Pixel 3 devices have already encountered some issues already including a software bug that causes images to fail to save as expected. Another tidbit has surfaced...
  • Dell Optiplex 5060 review: Dull yet dependable

    Boxy and industrial, Dell's Optiplex PCs are among the most archetypal office desktops imaginable. Still, if the Optiplex 5060 is any indication, this willingness to be a no-frills, mass-deployed system allows it to focus on polishing the basics. We're testing the 'small form factor' version here; there's also a larger...
  • 2019 Audi R8 Mid-Engine Supercar Adds More Power, Better Handling And Sharper Styling

    Audi has unveiled its refreshed R8 sports car in both coupe and spyder form; both versions of the ride get an extensive update for the 2019 model year. One of the most interesting features of the R8 is that it leans very heavily on Audi's participation in motorsports with the...
  • How WhatsApp is being abused in Brazil's elections

    Political campaigners in Brazil have used software that scrapes Facebook for citizens' phone numbers, and then automatically sends them WhatsApp messages and adds them to WhatsApp groups. Almost three weeks ago, 147 million voters in the country went to the polls for legislative elections and the first round of the...
  • Apple boss Tim Cook praises GDPR and wants tough US privacy law

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook has demanded a tough new US data protection law, in an unusual speech in Europe. Referring to the misuse of "deeply personal" data, he said it was being "weaponised against us with military efficiency". "We shouldn't sugar-coat the consequences," he added. "This is surveillance." The...
  • Alleged Intel Ice Lake 10nm+ Dual-Core CPU Benchmarks Leak

    Intel has been put through the ringer recently due to the numerous delays facing its 10nm process node, and with good reason given how long the company has milked the 14nm node. Just yesterday, the company was forced to issue a public statement (via Twitter) to refute a report claiming that the...
  • Lenovo Smart Display Updated With Google Home Hub Features Like Home View

    The Lenovo Smart Display (read the HotHardware review here) may have been one of the first true Google Assistant-based devices with a large touch display attached, but the new kid on the block is the Google Home Hub. Google's 7-inch device has garnered quite a bit of attention over the past few weeks...
  • Google Play Is Upgrading Your HD Movie Purchases To 4K For Free

    We've got some excellent news for you today if you're heavily invested in Google Play with respect to movie purchases. Google announced that it is upgrading your previously purchased movies -- whether they were purchased in standard definition (SD) or high definition (HD) -- to 4K resolution. This is being...
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti NVLink SLI Scaling Explored

    It has been about a month since NVIDIA officially launched the GeForce RTX 2080 and flagship RTX 2080 Ti. Having thoroughly tested the cards, we know that the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti in particular is a powerhouse; if you want to see how it compares to other high-end graphics cards...
  • Despite Mate 20 Pro's Flagship Killer Specs, Huawei Has No Plans For U.S. Sales

    Huawei just recently launched the Mate 20 Pro, a burly Android phone that is a high-end device from top to bottom, but good luck buying one if you live in the United States. The Chinese smartphone maker is not planning to sell its newest flagship phone in the US, and...

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