With competing events from Nvidia and AMD planned at GDC, and Ryzen CPUs launching soon, the Full Nerd crew goes full nerd on what to expect in hardware this month.
Jon, Gordon, and Melissa talk Android apps on Chrome OS, Pokemon Go, Intel Coffee Lake and EVGA's new thermal system.
Our fearless editors face off on tough tech topics.
Creative Lab's Ryan Schlieper drops by and talks all things PC audio with the Full Nerd crew
AMD engineers revealed two juicy nuggets of info about AMD's highly anticipated Ryzen chips. It'll be about 10 percent tinier than Intel's Skylake, and there'll be a quad-core version.
Our top picks feature the best tech advances in portable PCs, from new CPUs and GPUs to new materials.
Most reviewers said the MacBook Pro's battery life was great. Many users said the MacBook Pro's battery life was terrible, and Consumer Reports agreed until it changed its mind. Who's right? We ran a bunch of benchmarks to find out.
Remember the good old days, when you could brag about your MacBook Pro? Apple's latest has disillusioned many fans, but there's an answer: Bring back the beefy MacBook Pro 17. Here's how it could make Apple laptops great again.
Intel adds performance boosting Hyper-Threading to its budget chips
AMD announced all sorts of new goodies at CES 2017. The Full Nerd crew talks to Radeon boss Raja Koduri about Vega graphics cards, FreeSync 2 monitors, and more for nearly an hour.
In Win makes some of the coolest cases on the planet. See how they do it, from flashy framework to synchronized lighting and other thoughtful details.
Yes, iBuypower is finally going to sell this mind-blowing case window with an integrated transparent display.
CyberPower's suite at CES featured a dual PC for the Twitch-erati, an intriguing Ryzen PC, and more.
Gigabyte showed off what you could do with its motherboards at CES 2017, showcasing 16 incredible custom-built PCs.
With 200-plus successful test flights, the Ehang 184 autonomous aerial vehicle (in other words, a person-sized drone) has permission to fly, but its first operation probably won’t be in the United States.
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