High-end graphics demos are out in force at this year's Nvidia GPU Tech Conference, as developers and researchers push the limits of what graphics processors can do.
HP’s slick Envy 17 delivers Blu-ray and robust 3D graphics in an understated package.
Software updates aren't just for PCs any more. Here's how to fix bugs and add new features to your existing hardware with a few easy patches.
AVADirect delivers Stereoscopic 3D to go in the less-than-svelte W860U. The display could be better, though.
HP’s triple-core Phenom version of its dv6 laptop delivers surprisingly good audio and video at a low cost, but a few compromises are visible.
Though it sacrifices performance and features to achieve its low price, the affordable Satellite L645D is still a step up from a netbook.
Dell’s updated Latitude E5510 offers the latest 32nm Intel Core i5 CPU and Intel integrated graphics, but it seems a little overpriced for its minimalist ethic.
You’ve built your new PC, but something’s not right--and you don't have the luxury of a manufacturer's warranty or tech support line. Here’s how to fix problems with your do-it-yourself PC.
The Armada MT20X adds touch capability to standard Windows gaming, but frame rate issues hobble this otherwise intriguing gaming laptop.
You’ve taken the plunge and bought a hot new motherboard. Here's how to upgrade your motherboard, swap your hardware, and prep your system so that you won't have to reinstall your apps.
This sub-6-pound, 15-inch notebook ships with discrete graphics, a Core i7 CPU, and a solid-state drive for under $1200. It all hangs together surprisingly well.
Overclocking your processor can give your PC a significant speed boost--but you have to be careful. Here's how to overclock your system's processor without frying it.
In the 532h-2588, Acer has produced a very average netbook at a relatively low price, with all the drawbacks and strengths of the class.