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TReality’s TBow Peripheral Turns Archery Games Into A Real Workout

The TBow VR peripheral was designed by a chiropractor to add an upper body exercise to your gaming routine.

Recalls May Become The Norm For IoT Devices If Security Doesn’t Improve Significantly

Xiongmai Technologies, a Chinese component maker for DVRs, NVRs, and IP cameras, issued a recall due to these products being part of Friday's DDoS attack against Dyn. The recall may set a precedent for how to deal with DDoS attacks in the future.

There are two versions of the iPhone 7 -- did you end up with a fast one or a slow one?

It's not just storage and screen size that differentiates between the different iPhone 7 models. There are also significant performance differences between the different models.

If You Love Tanks, Biostar Has The Graphics Card For You

Biostar announced two new GTX 1060 cards with custom dual fan coolers inspired by ‘World of Tanks.’ The shroud of the cooler resembles tank armor, and Biostar even incorporated a cannon into the design.

Nvidia Licenses Rambus DPA Countermeasures To Secure Critical GPUs

Rambus announced that Nvidia licensed its differential power analysis (DPA) countermeasures to protect the GPUs powering advancements in AI, self-driving vehicles, and more.

AT&T's $85B Plan To Acquire Time Warner Could Threaten Free Media And Privacy

AT&T announced its plan to acquire Time Warner for $85.4 billion in cash and stock. The deal is supposed to give consumers more choices, but it's more likely to harm both the media and consumer privacy.

Hikvision Partners With Movidius To Make Highly Intelligent Cameras

Movidius announced that its second generation vision processor, Myriad 2, will soon be used in Hikvision's smart surveillance cameras to enable car model classification, intruder detection, suspicious baggage alert, and seat-belt detection.

EK Performance 280 and 360 Liquid Cooling Kit Review: Open Loops Made Easy

By offering complete open-loop component kits, EK aims to make custom liquid cooling loops less intimidating.

US docs halve screen time for tots: No more than an hour a day

But babies can start video chatting early The American Academy of Pediatrics has changed its recommendations for children's use of electronic media, and has cut the overall time it recommends that tots spend on-screen.…

Adventures With Dell's Rugged PC Line-Up

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One of the many perks of working at a publication like HotHardware is that we get to attend a wide array of different technology-related events. GPU Tech Days, the Consumer Electronics Show, processor deep dives, smartphone launches -- you name it, and we're there. This Notebook Still Worked After Being Thrown Off The Boat Onto The Rocks Below......

Drobo 5N 5-Bay NAS Review

The 5N is one of Drobo's most popular network-attached storage products. Drobo designed the 5N to bridge the gap between performance and affordability while keeping a small footprint that is ideal for desk placement.

Mocap For Less: Noitom Perception Neuron Suit, Hands On

Notiom's motion capture suit, the Perception Neuron, costs significantly less than other mocap solutions yet delivers impressive results. We got a close look at the setup, configuration, and how the system works.

The 8 Best Budget Gaming Laptops: October 2016

Want to know: "What's the best gaming laptop for my budget?" Don’t have the time to do research? Don’t worry, I'm here to help you with this article on the Best Budget Gaming Laptops!

History Of Mechanical Keyboards

Learn everything you didn’t know you wanted to know about the predecessors of today's mechanical keyboards.

NVIDIA Releases 375.57 WHQL Driver update

Following suit as this fall's major games hit the (virtual) store shelves, NVIDIA has packaged another bundle of Game Ready updates for the latest releases. In the 375.57 WHQL update we get a few fixes, new game support, and some VR as well. This time we have the first version out for driver release 375. Show More Summary

Internet struck by waves of outages as massive DDoS attack affects major services

A massive DNS attack is chewing up the Internet and making connections slow and trouble-prone.

(Update: Second Outage) Dyn DDoS Takes Down Major Websites For Hours; Yet Another Sign Of Powerful Attacks To Come

Dyn, a DNS and cloud services company, suffered a DDoS attack that took down many of its customers' websites for about two hours this morning. The incident shows that DDoS attacks are becoming increasingly powerful, and the IoT may be at fault.

AMD and Nvidia's Latest Drivers Add Support for 'Battlefield 1,' 'Civ VI,' 'Titanfall 2,' and VR Games

AMD and Nvidia released new drivers to support the new "Battlefield 1," "Civilization VI," "Titanfall 2," "Serious Sam VR," and "Eagle Flight VR."

Watch Us Play 'Battlefield 1' Today At 1pm PDT

If you're still on the fence about "Battlefield 1," check out our livestream event of the game later today to see if it's worth your money.

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