Nvidia's new multi-resolution shading tech takes advantage of the way virtual reality headsets render images to enable massive performance savings—which means prettier VR games or VR games on cheaper graphics cards.
The Catalyst 15.5 beta drivers for AMD Radeon graphics cards are being released after a delay—and accusations of Nvidia wrongdoing.
Now that Android L has given Google's mobile operating system a makeover, Android M focuses on polishing the user experience.
Google's unified cloud messaging API now extends to iOS devices, and websites are getting in on the action, too.
After years of sporadic efforts by individual phone makers, standardized fingerprint support will come baked into Android M.
Oculus VR's CEO recently revealed that the VR headset and a PC powerful enough to run it will cost $1,500 total—but the true price of the Rift is much less scary. We break it down.
Windows 10 preview build 10122 doesn't add many new features and is a lot more stable than previous versions—unless you're trying to use the new Edge browser with an AMD Radeon GPU.
This is it, folks: The first official glimpse at AMD's forthcoming HBM-powered Radeon graphics card.
Google may not have won the bidding battle for Twitch, but it's not giving up the war for live game streaming.
Don't let all the sound and fury on the Internet fool you. The Witcher 3 plays just fine on Radeon hardware, despite using Nvidia's GameWorks middleware.
Add Microsoft's game console to the list of devices that won't receive Windows 10 until sometime after it lands on PCs.
If you're a Titan X user willing to beta test Nvidia's GeForce Experience software, the company has a free copy of Witcher 3 with your name on it.
It's official: If you want to upgrade to Windows 10 without spending a dime, you'll want to do so in the first year after it launches. Afterwards, it'll cost money.
This hidden mod malware puts the Grand Theft in Grand Theft Auto V.