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Last month, we wrote about malicious Android apps containing a trojan that researchers have dubbed “SMSFactory.” This bit of malware exists to infect ...

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It may seem like the year is half over already (because it is), but things are just starting to heat up (because it’s summer). And if you thought Intel’s ...

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Microsoft has created a thunderous prize for Xbox gaming and Marvel Cinematic Universe fans. It takes something special to sway our focus from the world of ...

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Today we’re able to finally unveil our newly refreshed HD150, now powered by Threadripper PRO 5000-WX series. With the popularity of previous ...

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You're tired of hearing it, we're tired of saying it; yes, Intel's Arc graphics are real and out there. They haven't hit store shelves in the US yet, but ...

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Patriot’s P400 is an entry-level PCIe 4.0 SSD that's designed to be affordable for the PlayStation 5 (PS5) or budget PC builds. The P400 is cheap enough to ...

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Samsung is making a spirited run at the gaming TV market, which if we're being real, many people associate with LG and its fancy OLED models. That's ...

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Intel has shipped its Blockscale ASIC product. It has been quite a journey, with the project initially becoming known to outsiders by its Bonanza Mine ...

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We're fans of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D around here. Sure, it's pricey for what it is; that much is inarguable. Still, the fact that you can slap a brand-new ...

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A lot of people are "back in the office", but more workers are now based at home than before the lock-downs of the global pandemic so using a webcam for ...

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On April 1, 2004, Google announced that it would be rolling out its e-mail service. The e-mail service was aptly named GMail. The web-driven mail client ...

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Only The Projects Are Brand New The second part of the 2022 Hackaday Prize is drawing to a close, with ten finalists chosen from all the entries they ...

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