It's official: Google's Nexus device lineup is no more, usurped by premium Pixel hardware.
RIP Nexus? The Google Store today gave the ax to several big-name devices, including the Nexus Phones and Nvidia's Shield TV.
The hardware came fast and furious at Google's Oct. 4 hardware event, but beneath the Pixel phones and Google Home lay software connecting it all.
Google revealed Daydream View on Tuesday, a mobile VR headset that revolves around a simple, easy user experience. And a lot of fabric.
Gordon, Brad, and Alaina show off awesome gaming laptops, talk 4K, and throw down in an epic $500 PC build contest.
Microsoft has stuffed Windows 10 full of productivity-enhancing tools and features that streamline common pain points.
The new Pixel desktop environment for Raspbian gives the Raspberry Pi's operating system a gorgeous new look.
Ad-related settings you've tweaked are the only settings reset when you upgrade to the Windows 10 Anniversary Update.
These are great! But be patient, 'cause they need a bit more time to be fully baked.
This cheap but capable $300 budget desktop PC will outperform any laptop in the same price range.
Lenovo's Windows 10 PCs can't run Linux due to RAID storage conflicts, not Microsoft intervention.
4K monitor prices are starting to reach affordable levels, but is 4K gaming really within reach for most PC gamers? We dig in.
Gears of War 4, Microsoft's first flagship Xbox Play Anywhere game, is being bundled for free with Nvidia GTX 1070 and GTX 1080 graphics cards as well as laptops with GTX 10-series graphics.
Brad, Gordon and Hayden predict how much Zen will cost, give you expert advice on which GPU to buy and talk PC vs. the 4K PlayStation.
Twitter's first NFL Thursday Night Football stream was a fantastic experience.