Windows 10 (64-bit) is now the most popular way to play Steam games, thanks to “Recommended” upgrades and DirectX 12
Broadwell-E—and its rumored 10-core CPU—pops up on Intel’s support website.
Just spent thousands on a Sony 4K HDR TV? Get ready to pay a premium to enjoy it to the fullest.
Brave, a new browser from the co-founder of Mozilla, gets serious about replacing the web’s worst ads.
The promise of porting Windows 10 apps to Xbox already has a few takers including Hulu and Nickelodeon.
iPhone SE teardown: Apple’s smaller handset combines 2016 internals with a 2012 touchscreen.
Amazon Dash Buttons expand well beyond the basics with on-demand snacks, gum, and even coconut water.
iFixit’s Oculus Rift teardown reveals special lenses for a lighter, comfier VR headset.
Vizio’s “Tuner-Free" TVs require extra hardware and hassle for antenna users.
Microsoft’s Skype bots promise to arrange appointments, order food, and book hotels, and more.
Microsoft promises mod support, overlays, G-Sync, Freesync and more as it pushes the Windows Store and Windows 10 for PC gaming.
Windows 10 'Anniversary Update,' aka Redstone, adds more features for Windows Hello, Cortana, Ink, and more.
The EVGA SC17 puts high-end 4K gaming in a slick package, but is missing just one thing.
Killer Instinct hits Windows 10 with cross-platform purchases, saves, and multiplayer.
IoT security wake-up call: A white supremacist hacker sends racist documents to thousands of publicly-exposed connected printers.