AMD Intros Branded Desktop Memory

November 28, 2011

It’s a happy day for AMD loyalists. The company is partnering with Patriot Memory and VisionTek Products to offer AMD-branded memory modules. AMD’s new lines of DIMMs are designed to make deciding which memory to use with your AMD- or Intel-based system simpler, and they also make it nice and easy to sell bundles of […]

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NZXT Releases Havik 120 CPU Cooler

November 28, 2011

If the NZXT HAVIK 140 CPU cooler is just too bulky for you, NZXT released the HAVIK 120, a smaller and purportedly more versatile version of the HAVIK 140. Being more compact, the HAVIK 120 is designed to put less strain on the motherboard and also provide more room in the case for cabling and […]

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Google Shows The Evolution Of Search In Six Minute Video Clip

November 28, 2011

Ever wondered how search really works? Ever wondered how Google actually works? Some of that will probably remain a mystery for years to come, but a new video shown off by Google does a fair bit of explaining. The company admits that they make around 500 improvements to search in a typical year. Perhaps not […]

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Gigabyte Issues Booktop T1132 Core i5-Based Convertible Notebook

November 28, 2011

We sort of thought convertible notebooks faded from view a year or two ago, but Gigabyte isn’t giving up on them. The company just announced their new Booktop T1132, which is the successor to the T1125. It’s a “3-in-1″ computer that touts a Core i5-2467M CPU, NVIDIA GeForce GT520M (1GB) graphics, a single USB 3.0 […]

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Survey: iPhone Users Find It Too Darn Hard to Switch

November 28, 2011

Have you ever tried talking your Apple-loving buddy into getting an Android smartphone or a Windows Phone 7 device? You’d have a better chance of selling ice to an Eskimo, a point that’s underscored in a new international survey conducted by the GfK Group. According to the survey, nearly one in five consumers who own […]

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Apple to Defend Against Ultrabook Invasion with 15-inch MacBook Air

November 28, 2011

While Windows PC makers are making a push into thin and light territory with Intel’s Ultrabook concept, Apple is reportedly prepping a refreshed MacBook Air line that, for the first time, will include a 15.6-inch model. This will be in addition to existing 11.6-inch and 13.3-inch form factors that already exist in the MacBook Air […]

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HotHardware Holiday Gift Guide: Smartphones

November 28, 2011

We hope everyone is able to spend the holidays with the people that mean the most to them, but we also recognize that sometimes it’s impossible to get everyone together. When you can’t be there in person, a phone call may be the next best thing. With these smartphones, you’ll be able to call your […]

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Rumors Suggest Droid 4 And Galaxy Nexus Will Debut On December 8

November 28, 2011

Yesterday, we told you about the HOT new upcoming DROID smartphone, the Droid 4. Now, new details are surfacing that suggest this new phone (which hasn’t even been formally announced) could be available as early as next week. According to Droid-Life, the DROID 4 could make its debut on December 8. Another HOT new smartphone, […]

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LG’s 4.5″ Nitro HD Smartphone Brings More Android, LTE Support To AT&T

November 28, 2011

What’s the perfect thing to shake off those Thanksgiving pounds? A new Android-based smartphone, of course. It’s no fat-burner, per se, but LG’s Nitro is certainly a scorcher. Announced today for use on AT&T, the Nitro HD is the first smartphone in the carrier’s portfolio to boat a “true HD display,” as well as being […]

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Preorder Page Suggests Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Will Land On December 8

November 28, 2011

If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the release of the Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime tablet, you may not have to wait much longer. We already knew that the tablet was scheduled to ship sometime next month, but now we have a slightly more specific date. According to a preorder page on Newegg, the tablet could […]

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