Best Buy has announced that it has teamed up with Apple to provide authorized repair services at 1,000 Best Buy locations around the country. Apple says that the expansion will make it easier for customers to access safe and reliable repairs. The Best Buy stores that will offer the Apple repair services are in specific cities; not all locations
Source: Hot Hardware – Best Buy To Offer Apple Authorized Mac And iPhone Repair Services In 1,000 Stores
Back in January, Ford officially pulled the wraps off the ultimate Mustang: the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500. At the time, Ford wasn’t specific about the output of the 5.2-liter supercharged V8 engine, although it said that it would crank out in excess of 700 horsepower.
Today, Ford confirmed the official figures for the engine, and they’re
Source: Hot Hardware – 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 Is Ford’s Most Powerful Street Car Ever
The National Security Agency (NSA) has a program in place called Upstream that taps directly into the Internet backbone to search traffic. The agency has claimed in the past that the warrantless searches of email are allowed under Section 702 enacted as part of the FISA Amendments Act. The agency made changes in 2017 to stop collecting communications
Source: Hot Hardware – House Lawmakers Draft Amendment To Kill The NSA’s Warrantless Collection Of Your Data
Intel has been honing up its software chops over the past year, with the most visible results being on the GPU side. However, Intel hasn’t forgotten about utilities for its processors, as witnessed by the new Intel Performance Maximizer.
This is a new app that promises to easily overclock your unlocked Core processor with just a single
Source: Hot Hardware – Intel Performance Maximizer App Can Auto-Overclock Your CPU With One Click
Buying a television can be a daunting experience with so many different models and options available. Sure, size matters, but so does a host of other factors, such as the type of screen, resolution and HDR support, and the implementation of smart features. As it mostly pertains to that latter point, Netflix has come out with its annual list
Source: Hot Hardware – Here Are The TVs Netflix Recommends To Stream Videos Like A Boss
Microsoft is making good on its promise to begin forced upgrades on systems running outdated versions of Windows 10. Microsoft announced its shift in strategy prior to the public release of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update (v1903), and the first victims customers to be affected by this policy are those running the Windows 10 April 2018 Update
Source: Hot Hardware – Microsoft Is Employing Machine Learning To Force Users To Windows 10 1903 Update
Intel and AMD have been at war with one another for several years, in the CPU performance and benchmarking space, though only recently have things become interesting. AMD’s Zen architecture, now on its third generation (Zen 2), has made AMD a formidable opponent at all three performance tiers—entry-level, mid-range, and high-end. Has Intel
Source: Hot Hardware – Intel Core i7-1065G7 10nm Ice Lake CPU Shows Big Performance Gains In Leaked Benchmarks
You may have only recently updated your Firefox browser to build 67.0, but guess what? You should mash the update button once gain. The latest version, build 67.0.3, contains a fix for a major security vulnerability that is being actively exploited in the wild, according to Mozilla. Leaving Firefox unpatched is not a good idea.
Source: Hot Hardware – Mozilla Discloses Serious Firefox Security Exploit, Update Your Browser Now
There have been a lot of SUPER rumors making the rounds over the past month, with the most recent one indicating that the cards would be announced this week. Now a new rumor claims to have pricing details for the entire lineup of NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER graphics cards.
At the top of the GPU heap is the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER, which is
Source: Hot Hardware – NVIDIA GeForce RTX SUPER Turing Pricing Allegedly Leaks As Radeon Navi Launch Nears
Yesterday we wrote about a Korean-language news report suggesting that Intel had commissioned Samsung, a rival of sorts in the semiconductor space (as it pertains to jockeying for the title of top semiconductor producer), to manufacture its upcoming 14-nanometer Rocket Lake CPUs. Well, we have new information debunking that claim.
Source: Hot Hardware – No, Intel Is Not Working With Samsung For 14nm Rocket Lake CPU Fabrication
Apex Legends is an always-evolving game that continually has new content in the works to keep players happy. New content for Season 02 will land next month and will bring a new Legend called Wattson. About a month ago, a new update was teased that was going to bring with it new performance enhancements. Now something new has popped up in the
Source: Hot Hardware – Dragons Are Released Upon The World Of Apex Legends, But How Do You Kill A Flyer?
PC gamers who have been around or who have downloaded the original 1993 Doom will remember the pixelated Doom guy avatar that was a hallmark of that game. I’d wager a bunch of players wondered at some point what that guy would look like in real life. The answer to that question is here with someone taking a neural network and having it turn
Source: Hot Hardware – Doom Guy Goes From Pixelated Blob To High-Res Portrait With Neural Network Wizardry
Earlier this month, AMD announced the first consumer graphics cards based on its new 7nm Navi architecture. AMD has already stated that its first-party Radeon RX 5700 cards will begin shipping on July 7th, and they will be going to head-to-head with lower entries in NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX family.
What wasn’t made clear during AMD’s presentation
Source: Hot Hardware – Custom AMD Radeon RX 5700 Navi Gaming Cards Rumored To Arrive In August
Borderlands fans are looking forward to the next entry in the series, Borderlands 3, which has been confirmed to launch on September 13, 2019. Fans who know they are going to buy the game can install a Twitch extension for their browser and earn loot in the game before it even launches. Fans of the game and those on the fence about pre-ordering
Source: Hot Hardware – Borderlands 3 Closed Door Demo Leak Exposes Weapons, Voice Actors, Co-Op And More
Hewlett-Packard has just unveiled its latest lineup of EliteBook business laptops, and they include the EliteBook 735 G6 and the EliteBook 745 G6. These new laptops are debuting roughly a year after their “G5” counterparts.
The EliteBook 735 G6 and 745 G6 are largely similar with regards to specs, with the primary difference being in the
Source: Hot Hardware – HP’s New EliteBook 700 G6 Business Laptops Rock AMD Ryzen 3000 APUs And LTE Connectivity
Forget about Cannon Lake for a moment, and the troubles Intel has had in producing the 10-nanometer part, hence the multiple delays. That may end up a short-lived product as Intel looks to different 10nm chip architectures. That said, Intel is not finished squeezing its 14nm process node for all it is worth, and may enlist the help of Samsung
Source: Hot Hardware – Samsung Could Be The Reason Why Intel’s 14nm Rocket Lake CPUs Take Flight
HP is hoping to offer gamers the best of both world with its Omen X Emperium 65. Although HP is careful not to call the Omen X Emperium 65 a television, per se, there’s no escaping that fact that this is a massive display that would be more at home in your living room, den, or bonus room than your average computer desk. The Omen X Emperium…
Source: Hot Hardware – HP Omen X Emperium 65 Review: Massive 144Hz 4K G-SYNC Gaming
The era of cryptocurrency is not behind us, apparently. One look at Bitcoin’s value—it sits at around $9,143 currently—indicates that there is room for at least one type of digital coin, even after the crypto-bubble burst last year in general. It is not just Bitcoin, though. Facebook is making a major move into the cryptocurrency space and
Source: Hot Hardware – Facebook’s Global Libra Cryptocurrency Gains Heavyweight Backers Visa, Mastercard And PayPal
Tuesday is canceled, no work for anyone! Well, not quite. Reports around the globe indicate that Google Calendar is down. Users are being treated with a “Not Found, Error 404” message when trying to access their jam-packed schedules.
At this time, there is no indication of what is causing the error messages, or what people are doing in
Source: Hot Hardware – Google Calendar Is Down With A Hard 404 Not Found
Earlier this month, the National Security Agency (NSA) issued a warning to Windows users — especially businesses running older versions of Windows — to patch their systems against the BlueKeep wormable exploit. At the time, the NSA wrote, “NSA is concerned that malicious cyber actors will use the vulnerability in ransomware and exploit kits
Source: Hot Hardware – Homeland Security Joins NSA In Urging Windows Users To Patch BlueKeep Worm Exploit