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Help! I've broken my iPhone/iPad screen

Taking some time out to answer what is probably the most commonly asked iPhone/iPad question to land in the Hardware 2.0 inbox: "Help! I've broken my iPhone/iPad screen. What do I do now?"

Mozilla blasts Microsoft for overriding user choice in Windows 10

Windows 10 changes your previously selected defaults when you upgrade the operating system unless you specifically tell it not to -- and Mozilla's CEO has taken Satya Nadella to task over it.

Mozilla Says Microsoft Went Too Far With Windows 10

Mozilla is unhappy about Windows 10 forcing users to try Bing and the new Edge browser after upgrading, and feels it hampers end-users' ability to choose what programs they want to use.

Windows 10 Installed On Over 14 Million Devices

Windows 10 has been out for a day, and Microsoft is reporting it has been installed on over 14 million devices so far. That’s not a bad start, but as Microsoft outlined a few weeks ago, the rollout is going to be in waves which should...Show More Summary

Apple and BMW: The electric car hookup that almost happened, and could still happen

Apple is reportedly blown away by the tech and sophistication of BMW's i3 factory, so Apple might partner with BMW -- and could even buy BMW, if the latter's controlling family wants to sell.

It's Friday! Had a good week? It was probably better than Seagate's

Desktop drives, down. Notebook drives, down. Martinis to take away the pain, down In keeping with its warning, Seagate confirmed a revenue and profits decline as its mainstay desktop and notebook drive shipments tumbled for the third straight quarter.…

Sick burn, loser! Nvidia recalls Shield gaming slabs over BLAZE RISK

Don’t keep taking the tablets, chip biz warns Nvidia has today urged gamers to stop using its eight-inch Shield tablets, and send them back to base, because they are a fire risk.…

Petrol cars are dead in the water, says Tesla CTO waving numbers on the back of an envelope

Battery prices will fall says battery-car maker Analysis  Gasoline-powered cars are a dying breed, and not because everyone will become a tree-hugging fossil-fuel-hating hippie, but rather thanks to cost.…

Find out the 23 Best Budget Laptops from $200 to $600

Find out the 23 laptops that offer the best features at 8 price points, ranging from $200 to $600.

Rolling Back From Windows 10 To Your Older OS Appears Problematic

Returning to your old OS after upgrading to Windows 10 might be more problematic than you expect.

Sony's 'Vote To Play' Lets PS Plus Users Vote On A Free Game

PlayStation Plus subscribers get a list of free games every month, but a new feature will be added soon that allows players to vote for one game to add to the list.

Thermaltake Makes Super-Green Core V51 Chassis With Riing Fans

Thermaltake's Core V51 became green, just like the Hulk, although it did not become bigger.

D-Link's Uniquely-Shaped DWA-192 Wi-Fi USB Adapter

The DWA-192 is the latest dual-band Wireless AC adapter that uses USB 3.0 to connect computers to Wi-Fi.

Windows 10 All Week: Community Roundup

Here is what's happening on the Tom's Hardware forums!

Gigabyte Reveals GeForce GTX 970 Twin Turbo 4 GB

It's been nearly a year since Nvidia first debuted the GeForce GTX 970, but that didn't stop Gigabyte from releasing an all new version of the popular GPU.

Asus Introduces X99-M WS Motherboard With Dual USB 3.1 Type-A

Asus' latest workstation motherboard is its first Micro-ATX board that allows you to feed both of your graphics cards with 16 PCI-Express 3.0 lanes.

EVGA's X99 Micro2 Comes With USB Type-C, USB 3.1

EVGA's X99 Micro board gets refreshed with a couple of new toys, but without a jump in price.

Nvidia Posts Voluntary Recall For Overheating Shield Tablets (Updated)

A certain group of batteries in some Nvidia Shield Tablets might make the device overheat, leading to a potential fire hazard.

NVIDIA Initiates Safety Recall of SHIELD Tablets

NVIDIA sends word this morning that they are initiating a recall on the SHIELD Tablet. Being announced today and taking effect immediately, the tablets are being voluntarily recalled by NVIDIA on account of safety concerns with some of the batteries the company has used. Show More Summary

Analyzing Intel-Micron 3D XPoint: The Next Generation Non-Volatile Memory

The current mainstream memory technologies, namely DRAM and NAND, have been around for decades. While clever engineering work has allowed the two to scale below 20nm geometries, both technologies have their inherent architectural limitations. Show More Summary

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