Be careful moving your desktop packed with that fancy new Skylake processor, it just might break.
Google's working on a new built-in option for Chrome to print only the important parts of a webpage. Here's how you can get that feature today in three of the major browsers.
AMD built its Tonga GPUs with the ability to support a 384-bit bus, but couldn't create a card with the price/performance ratio to unlock it.
Forget about dumping your waste paper in the blue bin, this prototype machine from Epson does the recycling for you in just a few minutes.
What topics captured the world's attention in 2015? Microsoft just revealed the top Bing searches of the year to help answer the question.
Chrome's notification center is no more, which is a good thing since few people actually used the feature, according to Google.
Lenovo has three new workstations coming in 2016 including a new Yoga aimed at sketchy types.
AMD's new Software Radeon Crimson recently exited beta, and with it came drivers that caused some systems to lock fan performance to 20 percent regardless of the workload.
Technically, the Christmas season has begun, but if you aren't ready for good tidings and cheer this Chrome extension helps you keep online references to Christmas at bay.
It's not the $20 that Verizon charged, but AT&T will ask you to pay more for your grandfathered unlimited plan starting in 2016.
A so-called Li-Fi network can transmit data 100 times faster than regular Wi-Fi, as long as nothing gets in its way.
The Windows 10 November update has a lot of nice little updates in it including the ability to turn on a smartphone-style Find My Device feature.
Chromebooks aren't the only PCs that can treat web pages as apps. You can do it in Windows 10 too.
Most Black Friday 'deals' aren't really deals at all. These 10 tech deals truly are.
Black Friday shopping madness is right around the corner. This year, don't bother hitting the stores when you can find many deals online.