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Monthly Archives: March 2019

  • USB Type C: Everything you need to know

    In 1996, the Universal Serial Bus (USB) was released as a direct response to the confusion caused by the multiplicity of computer-connector types. Quickly adopted by manufacturers and users, USB was a revelation, providing fast, stable, hassle-free connections between devices. Over the years, USB has lost some of the universality...
  • Huawei's Meng Wanzhou sues Canada authorities over arrest

    The chief financial officer of China's tech giant Huawei is suing Canada over her arrest at the request of the US. Meng Wanzhou was held in December at Vancouver airport on suspicion of fraud and breaching US sanctions on Iran. On Friday Ms Meng filed a civil claim against Canada's...
  • Elon Musk Confirms Tesla Model Y Crossover EV Unveil Set For March 14th

    Tesla's next big unveil has been confirmed, and it's happening on March 14th. That's right, the company's Model Y compact electric crossover will finally be revealed in less than two weeks according to a tweet this afternoon from CEO Elon Musk. At this time, we don't have many specifics regarding...
  • Windows IoT Core Machines Vulnerable To Crippling Remote Hijacking Trojan

    If you're running a version of Windows IoT Core, you'll want to pay attention to the latest vulnerability discovered by Dor Azouri, a researcher for SafeBreach. The risk of leaving the bug unpatched is great, but fortunately, most of the Windows ecosystem is safe. Even the IoT Enterprise version is...
  • OnePlus 7 Design Leaked In Fresh Renders Confirming Pop-Up Selfie Camera

    We love smartphones here at HotHardware; especially when it comes devices that typically don’t try to break your spirits (or wallets) with quadruple-digit prices. Today, we’re allegedly getting an early glimpse at what OnePlus is working on for its next-generation flagship. Keep in mind, this isn’t the company’s upcoming 5G smartphone, but...
  • MIT’s Mini Cheetah Robot Does Backflips And Will Haunt Your Dreams

    MIT has been working on robots going back for years, and with each new generation, the bots get more capable. The MIT Biomimetic Robotics Laboratory has trotted out a new robot that is called the Mini Cheetah, and as the name implies it is a smaller version of the full-size...
  • Samsung Reportedly Sent Apple And Google Free Folding Display Samples To Drive Adoption

    There aren't many manufacturers of smartphone displays in the world, but Samsung Display is one of the biggest suppliers. This display maker of course also cranks out the screens that Samsung uses in its smartphones, including the recently unveiled Galaxy Fold. One of the reasons that the Galaxy Fold smartphone will...
  • AMD 16-Core Ryzen 9 3850X Zen 2 CPU Rumored At $560, 12-Core Ryzen 7 3700X $370

    It is a known fact that AMD will release a new round of processors based on its 7-nanometer Zen 2 CPU architecture, and the company even gave a sneak peek at what is to come back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. For the most part, though, specs and...
  • Dragon capsule heads for space station

    The demonstration flight of America’s new astronaut capsule will see it attempt to dock with the International Space Station (ISS). The Dragon vehicle, launched by California’s SpaceX company on Saturday, is designed to make the attachment autonomously. It is the latest in a series of tests the capsule must pass...
  • Windows 10 Update Adds Performance Boosting Retpoline Support To Spectre Mitigation

    Where computing is concerned, security should always be a major focus. In 2018, that focus almost seemed overwhelming, thanks in part to the fact that the infamous Spectre and Meltdown security vulnerabilities impacted so many end users and industries. And let's not forget then-Intel CEO Brian Krzanich during his CES keynote...

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