Microsoft showed off new, consumer-focused features for Windows 10.
NZXT's $100 Doko uses Gigabit Ethernet and USB over IP technology to stream your entire PC to your TV.
Don't panic! Windows 7 exiting mainstream support on January 13, 2015, shouldn't have a major effect on day-to-day use.
First Chromecast took over your TV, and Google Cast for Audio hopes to do the same for speakers and other audio gear.
An ultrawide field of view AND no image stuttering or screen tearing. Yep, this display was made with gamers in mind.
So much for the old 'Chromebook are useless offline' meme.
The Sims 4's encroaching pixelization is the latest in a long line of hilarious anti-piracy efforts.
From puzzlers to old-school RPGs and a whole lot more, these titles were the cream of the PC gaming crop in 2014.
Quick, while it's still pure and unsullied! Set up antivirus, clear out bloatware, and perform other tasks to keep your PC humming well into the future.
Start off right with solid security tools, productivity software, and other programs that every PC needs.
"How could we be upset about lots of people wanting to try our new stuff?"
A hoverboard. A virtual reality headset. A PC with a drawing board and 3D imaging capabilities. Believe it or not, all these things are real today. See them for yourself right here.
And once you've claimed the albums you want, you can download them as DRM-free MP3s.
Catalyst Omega kicks off AMD's new plan to release a massive, feature-stuffed driver once per year, and with downsampling, FreeSync support, video enhancements, and more, it doesn't disappoint.
Walk with us through a year of unexpectedly momentous, disastrous, and sometimes downright bewildering events in the world of gaming.