Nvidia’s server-based GeForce Now game service performs surprisingly well with the proper setup, but there are still too many reasons to stay away.
New storage tech from HP and SanDisk aims to be 1,000 times faster than flash.
Rooting the high-tech router reveals a heavily-modified version of Google’s browser-based operating system.
The Universal Media Remote can control cable boxes, audio receivers, and TVs, along with Sony’s game console.
Better get used to the Settings app now, because it could completely replace Control Panel in the future.
Some benchmark tests show weaker battery life in Samsung’s A9 chip, but Apple claims those tests are misleading and unrealistic.
Chromecast is a great product backed by a strong vision. The same can’t be said for Google’s other streaming-video platform.
The standalone version of HBO is now available on Roku.
The console wars continue as PlayStation 4 bundles now start at $350.
With an Apple streaming TV service rumored for next year, it never hurts to be prepared.
Google unveils a plan to make the open web more tolerable in hopes of fending off Apple and Facebook.
The first Windows 10 flagship phones have high-quality cameras, liquid-cooled processors, and Continuum support.
Nvidia bundles the latest Assassin's Creed or Rainbow Six with select GTX graphics cards. Your move, AMD.
The new Apple TV will open its universal search features to more apps in the future.
Philips Hue smart bulb users can tack on HomeKit support for $40.