Nvidia's Titan X wasn't the only new graphics card to show up at GDC. AMD was quietly showing off an R9 300 series card powering a virtual reality demo.
The Spotify desktop app’s new lyrics feature runs afoul of U.S. copyright law, according to karaoke provider DigiTrax CEO Joseph C Vangieri.
Juggling too many printers in your life? This quick trick will let Windows take care of all the hassle for you.
Google has added a number of iOS 8-specific features to Gmail including the ability to reply or archive messages from the lock screen.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
A recently disclosed vulnerability in SSL/TLS implementations also affects Microsoft's Schannel crypto library and Internet Explorer
Want to buy a Steam Link? Well, you'll have to wait a bit longer—but there's a new hardware tab in the Steam store.
But many of the benefits offered by self-driving cars won't appear for decades, says research from McKinsey
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Move over, Oculus. There's a new sheriff in virtual reality, and it's named HTC Vive.
After an aborted launch in 2014, Valve's back with more than a dozen tiny Steam Machines taking direct aim at consoles.
This is it: the most promising gear we saw under the Barcelona big-top. Send us review units, now!
What we gain in the fall we lose in the spring. These 9 movies won’t be available for streaming forever, either.
After months of speculation that Valve's Steam Machines were dead, the company showed off no fewer than 14 different PC makers willing to bet that consumers will part with cash for a Steam OS rig.
For now, Microsoft plans to allow gamers to stream games from its Xbox One to the PC via its Xbox app later this year. But executives also said they're thinking in the opposite direction, possibly putting pressure on Nvidia and Valve.
Microsoft says Windows 10 embraces PC gaming, but the Xbox app is all about bringing the console to your computer--with one killer exception.
For $100, this could be a killer solution for people who don't want to buy a full-blown Steam Machine, but do want a way to bring PC games into the living room.