Beam me up, Scotty! Scientists have recently announced that they have achieved complex quantum teleportation. Multidimensional teleportation could have a strong impact on quantum computers and communication.
Researchers from the Austrian Academy of Sciences, University of Vienna, and University of Science and Technology of China successfully
Source: Hot Hardware – Beam Me Up Scotty, Quantum Teleportation Has Been Achieved
A new Lamborghini is something that car guys and gals can get excited about. Lambo is teasing a new car with a dark image that shows a silhouette sitting in the dark in front of three beams of light that mimic the lights on the car. It also appears that the Lamborghini emblem glows.
That glowing raging bull emblem could be for the teaser
Source: Hot Hardware – Lamborghini Teases Outrageous Hybrid Hypercar With Hints Of Terzo Millennio Concept
The next hero for the game Dota 2 was announced during The International, which is the largest Dota 2 tournament in the world. While the tournament is running in Shanghai, with a massive $30 million prize pool, an unexpected announcement was made that the next hero for the game will be a freaky, wild grandmother riding on a dragon called Snapfire.
Source: Hot Hardware – Dota 2’s Latest Hero Snapfire Is A Cookie-Baking, Hell-Raising Grandma Riding A Cute Lil’ Dragon
We’ve seen some excellent deals on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, with the most popular being $300 off on Google’s current flagship smartphones. However, Best Buy is currently running a deal that blows those past promotions out of the water… that is if you don’t mind putting up with one major concession.
Right now, the Pixel 3 is available
Source: Hot Hardware – Get A Google Pixel 3 For 9, Pixel 3 XL For 9 With Activation In These Smoking Hot Deals
Remember those sketches of an unnamed “electronic device” that turned out to be a PlayStation 5 devkit? Well, if you thought the design looked wild, wait until you see some nifty renders based on those black and white drawings. It is still a funky (and futuristic) design, but to our eyeballs, these renders look absolutely stunning.
Source: Hot Hardware – Sony’s Leaked PlayStation 5 Design Looks Fantastic In These New Renders
Remember CrossFire? It‘s AMD’s counter to NVIDIA SLI, allowing enthusiasts to add multiple GPUs in an effort to split up the workload and improve overall gaming performance.
However, you may have noticed with the launch of the Radeon RX 5700 family that CrossFire support was not included on the graphics cards. Not many people paid attention
Source: Hot Hardware – AMD Sours On Radeon CrossFire GPUs, Confirms Zen 2 Ryzen Threadripper HEDT CPUs Incoming
Back in early July, we bought you the rather frightening story about someone that had attached a fully functional flamethrower to a DJI drone, turning it into a flying instrument of death. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is now once again warning U.S. residents against weaponizing drones, which seems rather obvious when you think
Source: Hot Hardware – FAA Kindly Asks That You Not Attach Crispy Flamethrowers And Bombs To Your Personal Drones
At present, AMD is sitting pretty on half a dozen different third-generation Ryzen processors, split evenly between Ryzen 9, Ryzen 7, and Ryzen 5 models (two in each tier). It’s a no-brainer that more will be added to the mix. One new addition could be a Ryzen 5 3500 model, and if the leaked specs are true, it will not have simultaneous multi-threading
Source: Hot Hardware – AMD Might Be Prepping A Cheaper Ryzen 5 3500 CPU But It Comes At A Cost
Barring a surprise, OnePlus is likely to dish up a new line of smartphones this fall, presumably the OnePlus 7T series. As such, the leaks have already started. One of them came all the way back in December, and as it turns out, that may have been an accurate photo of the OnePlus 7T after all. How so?
Well, let’s start with the initial
Source: Hot Hardware – Alleged OnePlus 7T Leaks With HAL 9000 Style Rear Camera Pod
It would seem like common sense if you are among the people attending a hacking conference to secure your devices against attacks. After all, you and your tech gear are walking into the proverbial lion’s den. If you were ever going to have your fitness tracker, smartphone, laptop, or other tech device hacked, DEFCON is where it will likely
Source: Hot Hardware – DEFCON Hacking And Security Experts Warn Attendees To Secure Their Devices
We’re beginning to learn a bit more about the OnePlus TV, which is set to go up against likes of Samsung and Sony in the marketplace, albeit hopefully at lower prices. A OnePlus exec has now confirmed specs for at least one model in the new smart TV product family.
According to the tweet from Akis Evangelidis, there will be a 55-inch model
Source: Hot Hardware – 55-Inch OnePlus TV Confirmed With QLED Panel And Tight Smartphone Integration
As some astute observers had already noticed, Google is rolling out a text recognition feature to Google Photos. This allows uses to search and sort through their vast libraries of photographs by blurbs of text, something that was not previously possible, but the functionality does not stop there—Google has another trick up its sleeve.
Source: Hot Hardware – Google Photos Can Now Search For Text Within Your Vast Library Of Images, And That’s Not All
Trying to keep track of Intel’s ever-changing roadmap is no easy task, but if you are curious what the Santa Clara chipmaker has in store for the immediate future, newly leaked slides may provide some clues. Assuming the slides are accurate, Intel is planning to port its Comet Lake architecture over to the desktop in the first quarter of next
Source: Hot Hardware – Intel 10th Gen Comet Lake-S CPUs Leaked With Up To 10 Cores, New LGA 1200 Socket
At this point, Porsche is going a bit overboard with the teasers for its upcoming Taycan electric vehicle. The Taycan is being billed as the first credible competitor to the Tesla Model S from a legacy automaker, and Porsche is pulling out all the stops to ensure that it offers a winning combination of performance, usable range, and styling.
Source: Hot Hardware – Porsche Teases Taycan EV’s Futuristic Interior Fully Decked Out With Multiple Displays
Epic Games has finally caved to the backlash and has nerfed the BRUTE mech that has been angering Fortnite players so much since it was introduced. The devs announced this week that major changes to the BRUTE had been applied in all game modes. No patch needs to be downloaded to implement the changes. However, it remains to be seen if players
Source: Hot Hardware – Epic Caves And Seriously Gimps BRUTE Mechs In All Fortnite Game Modes
We’ve seen a few hot deals on Smart TVs over the past week, with both 43-inch and 55-inch TCL Roku TV’s falling to highly enticing prices at Amazon. Now Amazon is returning the favor with the Insignia NS-50DF710NA19 50-inch Smart TV.
The Insignia 50-inch TV is definitely right up Amazon’s alley, as it comes loaded with its own Fire TV interface.
Source: Hot Hardware – Insignia 50-Inch 4K HDR Fire TV Edition Drops To A Low 0 With This Hot Deal
Google has announced a new initiative that it is aiming at improving user privacy on the web. The goal is to develop a set of open standards that will fundamentally enhance privacy on the internet, and it’s called the Privacy Sandbox.
There are many issues with privacy online today, and Google notes that technology that pushes publishers
Source: Hot Hardware – Google Announces Chrome Sandbox Functionality To Further Enhance User Privacy
We’ve seen wireless charging pads that plug directly into the wall to top off your device, and we’ve seen portable batteries that have Qi wireless charging pads built-in to them. Now OtterBox is looking to put a new spin on the idea with what it calls the OtterSpot.
The standard OtterSpot system includes a round charging base that looks
Source: Hot Hardware – OtterBox Debuts Innovative OtterSpot Qi Wireless Charging Battery Puck System
You can forget about the next version of Android being called queijadinha, qurabiya, queen of puddings, or any other dessert that begins the letter “Q.” As part of a more inclusive rebranding effort, Google is moving away from the traditional dessert-themed naming scheme, and calling the next major build of its mobile operating system simply
Source: Hot Hardware – Boo! Google Stops Serving Desserts, Goes With Android 10 For Next Mobile OS Build
A new report is making the rounds that originated with The Chicago Tribune. The publication took several smartphones, including multiple iPhone models, and tested them to see how much radiofrequency radiation the devices emit. The testing alleges that some iPhones are emitting radiation that is exceeding federal safety limits.
Source: Hot Hardware – Independent iPhone Testing Claims Radiofrequency Radiation Is Above Legal Limits