We've seen more innovation from PC manufacturers in the last year than in the last ten combined - and it's all thanks to mobile.» Read Article
Just announced at their yearly developer conference, Google introduced a new way for users to interact with the search giant's bank of information - using just your voice.
AMD releases a new faster memory SKU - the RG2133 gamer series.
Seagate has been dipping its toes into the flash industry for several years now, offering a hybrid mix of flash and rotating storage. Now, they're going all in.
China beats the U.S. in terms of most PCs sold - good news for desktop manufacturers.
Is AMD prepping an expensive 5GHz Centurion CPU in hopes of competing with Intel's Core i7 Extreme Edition?
Developers are steaming after Microsoft stopped buying ads for Windows Store apps - and now, they're not making a cent.
Wacom finally did the obvious and added multitouch to their critically acclaimed Cintiq lineup.
Microsoft rarely has an easy time keeping new versions of Windows under wraps, and it's looking like Windows 8.1 isn't any different.
If you're looking for a way to bring high-speed wireless networking to your PC, TRENDnet's new adapter might be just what you need.
According to Kaspersky, 75% of security vulnerabilities are due to 3rd party apps.
Intel's low-power Atom CPUs won millions of fans thanks to their placement in ultra low-cost netbooks and all-in-ones from a few years ago. As the company preps to hit the smartphone market in a big way, they're also planning a major redesign of Atom.
On paper, Oliver & Spike refers to its main gameplay mechanic as something called 'dimension jumping' - which, frankly, doesn't seem like much. When you see it in action, however, it's hard to keep your mouth shut.
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