Plus: Neill Blomkamp experiments with short films on Steam, Divinity: Original Sin 2 gets a release date, and Rising Storm is free, for now. This is gaming news for May 22 to 26.
The Windows 10 app SpotBright lets you save Windows Spotlight images to your PC.
A website with an image directory that uses $MFT in its name is enough to crash Windows 7 and 8 PCs.
The Roomba 650 Vacuuming Robot provides a thorough clean, all at the push of a button. The patented, 3-Stage Cleaning System easily picks up dust, pet hair and large debris like cereal. Preset Roomba to clean when it’s convenient for you, so you can keep up with everyday mess.
AMD's AGESA 126.96.36.199 adds 26 new memory parameters for enthusiasts to tinker with, while pushing supported RAM speeds to 4000MHz.
These majestic, long PC games demanded to be played for days, not hours—and your tenacity will be rewarded.
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If Microsoft really wants to call the Surface Pro (2017) a laptop, it's going to need to do more than play with words.
Take an OLED panel and combine it with Sony's picture processing wizardry and you get what is the best image we've seen on an OLED TV. But how HDR will affect OLED lifespan we don't yet know.
Vanquish, the cult classic from Platinum Games, has finally arrived on PC, thanks in part to a vocal fan base. Watch us play it right here.
This 76-piece repair kit contains everything you need to work on your smartphone, tablet, laptop, stereo, or anything else that requires precision instruments. Everything from screwdrivers, to a suction cup to a plastic spudger, whatever that might be.
The CyberPower GX1325U should protect your devices and keep them on when the power goes out—yes, even desktop systems with a finicky PSU.
Maybe it's time to take Microsoft's quiet war against Twitch a bit more seriously, as newly-minted Mixer debuts new split-screen tech and promises to stream Xbox's E3 press conference in 4K.
Nvidia's new GeForce GTX Battlebox PCs guarantee your gaming experience, and for the first time, include AMD processors.
These free and low-cost Windows programs will improve your desktop experience and boost your productivity. What are you waiting for? Go get 'em.