Sony takes the fight directly to Microsoft, touting the PS 4's lower price point and an impressive array of games.
Buffalo announces the launch of its new line of LinkStation 400 Series network storage devices.
After a TV and social media heavy reveal, Microsoft comes out firing on all cylinders with new games, exclusives, and the system's pricing.
AMD reveals new FX-9590 processor the first commercially available 5 GHz processor.
Seagate reveals new NAS HDD offering up to 4TB of data.
Apple offers Sneak Peak of Mac Pro 6/10/2013
Apple reveals updated Mac Pro desktop PC with new form factor and upgraded specs.
Respawn Entertainment's first game Titanfall is expected to be released on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox 360 in 2014.
Dell's Project Ophelia is set to release this July with reports of a competing Google "ChromeKey" device in the works.
The erosion of the once booming PC market continues with revised growth rates from Citi Research.
There's a new addition to the Asus Republic of Gamers Tytan line, and like most announcements at Computex Taipei, it includes an Intel Haswe
Acer is pushing the audio output of its new Z3 all-in-one, claiming it offers "refined acoustic details." Can it really be that good?
AMD's answer to Intel, the Richland-based APUs, are available today. They may not be able to match Intel in raw power, but they do on price.
At Computex in Taiwan, Acer just revealed the new Aspire Z3 all-in-one, a new PC that brings Acer's midrange lineup into the new year with a
With Microsoft no longer the sole dominant player, Ubuntu's largest bug has been solved.
According to IDC, we might see tablet sales overtaking PCs by 2015.
While most Westerners look at Sony and see a successful electronics company famous for the Walkman and PlayStation, people in Japan see some
According to the Wall Street Journal, the newest trend in cord cutting isn't the cable service - it's the Internet.
In recent months, Apple has snagged a bevy of former AMD graphics engineers for an unknown project.
When Google announced its competition for cities to convince the search giant that they were the right fit for Google Fiber, they expected t
Drobo made the announcement back in March with an April ship date, but a month later, the company has released new software that lets its po
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