Fresh from Taipei, Computex shows you what's going to be on store shelves this holiday and back-to-school season. Here's a sneak peek at the biggest things coming.
Microsoft could hold back the pop-up Start menu for the next major version of Windows.
Microsoft's latest operating system is on the rise, but so is Windows 7
Microsoft, unsurprisingly, thinks you should just upgrade already.
Crucial open-source projects including OpenSSL will get at least $5.4 million in funding over three years.
HP will keep pushing PCs with Beats integration through 2015.
Virtual machines are usually restricted to a single box, but Portable VirtualBox lets you install VMs on a flash drive so you can run your PC-in-a-PC on any PC.
After a short delay, Nvidia's flagship graphics card hits the market.
Android users still have to download an update as a "precautionary measure."
Users will need Microsoft's free Windows 8.1 update to get game-specific performance improvements.
Microsoft finally brings the gift card program to its own mobile platform.
Users can spend 30 days with the set-top before getting charged.
Samsung's first foray into virtual reality may be powered by Galaxy smartphones.
Users will be able to tack on any USB 3.0 drive with at least 256 GB of storage.
Low frame rates, texture pop-in and weird white screens run rampant, according to a several reports.