Microsoft's Build 2016 conference may be for developers, but it was brimming with news about Windows 10, PC gaming, Cortana, and more.
March came in like a lamb and went out like a lion, with a smorgasbord of gaming PCs, gorgeous laptops, and the most powerful graphics card in the world.
Is Windows Phone a dead platform walking? Microsoft didn't even mention its mobile OS during the Build 2016 keynote, and sadly, it shouldn't come as a surprise.
Microsoft's Conversations as a Platform initiative thinks that machine learning and natural language could revolutionize computing.
You read that right: The popular Bash shell command is coming to Windows 10, with Ubuntu's help.
Pornhub has teamed up with BadoinkVR to bring free VR porn to the masses.
Phil Schiller's disdain towards the 600 million 5-year-old PCs still in use ignores the fact that most people don't spend money unless they HAVE to, and that's a good thing.
There was something for every gamer at GDC 2016. Catch up on all the biggest PC gaming news here.
Forget wires and choosing between VR and AR. The AMD APU-powered Sulon Q packs a full-blown PC inside for wire-free virtual reality.
Nvidia's fleshing out its GameWorks middleware with a host of new technologies that first appeared in The Division, Fallout 4, and Rise of the Tomb Raider.
Streaming. Gaming. Networking. Even printing! These projects prove the Raspberry Pi is far more than a toy. Here are 10 surprisingly useful projects anybody can do.
Regardless of whether you upgrade from Windows 7 or pay $100 for a new license, Windows 10 bombards you with ads. Here's how to make them stop.
From "Superman crystals" to a mini-PC invasion, February's onslaught on new PC hardware was ferocious indeed.
Sapphire's impeccably designed Nitro R9 Fury will handle high-end games without breaking a sweat or raising its proverbial voice.
The Sapphire Nitro R9 380 ITX Compact delivers great 1080p gaming performance in a mini-ITX form factor with surprisingly little compromise.