Hardware

Best IoT and Smart-Tech Products of 2019

The Internet of Thing (IoT) has become a pivotal instrument in both the private and commercial sectors. IoT technology is firmly rooted in all we do. With so many IoT products out there, it’s important to know which products actually…

Liquid Cooling Systems for Gaming Machines: A Guide to Overclocking and Keeping Things Cool

It wasn’t too long ago that PC-gaming enthusiasts had to invest in specialized water cooling systems to keep their powerful processors from overheating. Before that, gamers and anyone else operating computers with powerful CPUs either purchased secondary CPU fans or…

Alberta Scientists Produce Most Data Dense Hard Drive in the World

In a step towards miniaturisation in the best kind of way, scientists at the University of Alberta, Canada have made strides towards increasing our current capability for data storage at a scale previously unimaginable. As hardware design trends continue to…

Undiscovered IoT Vulnerability Leaves Almost 500 Million Devices at Risk

Following up on many of our recent security concerns, a digitally ancient vulnerability in the firmware and hardware of a variety of Internet of Things-accessible devices have left hundreds of millions of potential access points into home and business networks.…

Seagate Enters the Consumer-Side SSD Market

Seagate may be well known for its consumer-grade hard disk drives alongside competitors like Western Digital, but the company’s long-standing focus on business grade drives is going to be taking a very sudden shift in the near future.

Sega’s Mega Drive Mini May Not Give Nintendo a Run for Its Money

Sega’s sudden announcement regarding the upcoming release of the Mega Drive Mini may seem outlandishly overblown.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper CPUs Can Fund Themselves: Future-Friendly Cryptomining With Your CPU

The AMD Threadripper series of CPUs are showing promise in the realm of mining and have already drawn interest from HardOCP after being queried by AMD directly.

2017’s Most Popular Gaming Accessories in Retrospect

Instead of going straight for games as is often tradition we’re going to be looking into gaming accessories and gadgets for your gaming experience.

Is Your Living Room Big Enough for SteamVR Tracking 2.0?

According to Valve, SteamVR Tracking 2.0 will be able to support a whopping 33-by-33 foot area and it is set to come out in early 2018.

AMD Shipping AMD Ryzen 5 1600/X CPUs With 8 Working Cores

A production batch of Ryzen 5 CPUs sourced from Malaysia has reportedly worked on par with Ryzen 7 1800X CPUs.