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Monthly Archives: December 2018

  • NASA Engineer Admits Parts Of Epic Glitter Fart Bomb Prank Were Fake

    Mark Rober, a former NASA engineer who now spends his time making YouTube videos, recently emerged as an online hero of sorts for his masterful revenge plot against would-be porch thieves. In case you missed it, he concocted a glitter bomb disguised as an ordinary package so that unscrupulous pilferers...
  • How well does Zozosuit measure up?

    Japanese retailer Start Today, which operates Zozotown, the country's largest online fashion marketplace, has developed a figure-hugging bodysuit featuring lots of uniquely patterned dots. As you turn slowly round, your smartphone takes photos, building up a 360-degree image of your body shape. Then you can order clothes that really fit...
  • HotHardware And Lenovo Holiday Giveaway! Smart Displays And Star Wars AR Kit Up For Grabs!

    The holidays are almost here, and we want to do our part to get you all worked up and in the holiday spirit! We thought there’s no better way to do san than to give away some HOT new tech gear brought you by Lenovo! Up for grabs in our...
  • There's Still Time To Shop Amazon For Christmas Delivery, Check These Last-Minute Tech Gift Ideas

    Christmas is nearly here, and if you haven't finished your holiday shopping yet, your time is almost up. It's too late to shop online from most retailers, but if you are an Amazon Prime subscriber, you still have a few days left to place orders and receive your loot before...
  • Alienware m15 Gaming Laptop Preview: Thin, Light And Punches Above Its Weight Class

    Gaming laptops are a tough gig for PC OEMs. Most times, they're either beastly heavy and loud machines, or if they're thinner and lighter they either sacrifice performance or battery life, or both. You usually can't have your cake and eat it too, as they say. However, Dell's Alienware division...
  • Facebook Rumored To Launch Its Own Cryptocurrency For WhatsApp Money Transfers

    Facebook might be joining the blockchain party in a potentially big way, by developing its very own cryptocurrency that would enable users to transfer money over WhatsApp, the cross-platform messaging service the company acquired in early 2014 for $19 billion. On the surface, blockchain and WhatsApp seem like a natural...
  • LG's CineBeam 4K Projector Needs Just 2 Inches Of Space To Display 90-inch Image

    If you're in the market for a new high-end 4K projector for your home theater, you might want to hold off on your purchase for a just bit longer. LG has just announced the second-generation CineBeam 4K laser projector (HU85L), which will debut next month at the Consumer Electronics Show...
  • Nike's Self-Lacing Back To The Future Shoes Returning In 2019 With Cheaper Pricing

    Anyone who appreciates '80s movies should have seen at least one entry in the Back to the Future franchise at this point. The first two films are the best with the third being a bit off the mark in many opinions. The coolest thing about Back to the Future II was...
  • AMD Launches Athlon 220GE And 240GE Zen CPUs To Challenge Intel Pentium Family

    The AMD Athlon is back, baby! Back in early September, we first reported that AMD was dusting off its storied Athlon brand for use in new low-end processors based on Zen architecture. At the time, the company only released the Athlon 200GE, but today, the AMD officially announced the immediate...
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1160 Turing GPU Sans Ray-Tracing Rumored For 2019 Launch

    Dating back to even before NVIDIA launched its GeForce RTX series, there were rumors that some of its next-generation cards (which are now current generation) would lack real-time ray tracing hardware, and carry the "GTX" moniker instead of RTX. We haven't seen that yet, though a fresh rumor suggests that...

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