Nvidia's Battleboxes are the polar opposites of Valve's Steam Machines: big, bulky, and unabashedly high-end.
On deck: Faster games and easier cross-platform portability—if developers use it.
Valve's Steam Box endeavor is ostensibly designed for the living room, but make no mistake: SteamOS is a serious threat to Windows.
The Linux-based SteamOS isn't even available yet but it's already making waves.
Ding, dong, browser plug-ins—as we know them—are almost dead, thanks to changes in the latest versions of Firefox and Chrome.
You can order Microsoft's latest Surfaces today, but you can't buy all their accessories.
Yes, the Surface 2 is a truly impressive hardware specimen. But as always, it's what's inside that counts.
From battery boosts to portable productivity to, um, music mixing, the slew of new Surface accessories covers most everyone's needs.
Canonical's vision of one OS to rule all devices is nearing release.
There ain't no such thing as a free lunch, but there's a veritable avalanche of free apps.
Yes, it looks like a nice phone. No, it won't save BlackBerry.
Faster, flashier, and far more expensive than anything you'd even need, these titanic tales of excess symbolize the pinnacle of PC prowess.
The open source operating system offers safe haven from the impending hacker free-for-all.
Open source trumps walled gardens, says Valve's Gabe Newell—but that's not all he said.
From phishers to hackers to all sorts of attackers, here's what you need to know to stay safe on the Web.