Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
Prepare to run Android at blazing fast speeds on a new Raspberry Pi-like computer developed by Huawei.
Intel doesn't make its own discrete GPU but has built something that specializes in processing 4K graphics. But that product isn't powerful enough to run Crysis, if you were wondering.
ARM's Mali-C71 image signal processor will analyze every pixel from cameras on-board a car, and much like a human eye, read the image, and help make driving decisions.
AMD is giving a demonstration of the brute force of its upcoming Vega GPU, showing its ability to handle 4K and 8K graphics.
As a beginner gaming keyboard, the G410 is well-priced at $60.
Called "Cloudbooks" by industry watchers, a leaked Microsoft document sets minimum specs for cloud-based laptops powered by Windows 10 Cloud.
Adding the RX 580 BIOS to an RX 480 gives you the performance of the new graphics card, but that swap doesn't come without risks.
EVGA's rolling out a new version of the GTX 1080 FTW2 and SC2 with faster 11GHz memory, and a BIOS update lets existing owners join the fun.
Microsoft and Rambus are teaming up for the next-generation memory technologies that will accompany quantum computing.
AMD's new Radeon RX 500-series graphics cards are a refined, retuned take on its Polaris GPUs.
After 20 years, Intel is scrapping its marquee annual event called Intel Developer Forum, where tech enthusiasts gathered to load up on the chipmaker's news and technologies.
HP will make a major VR push in June, when it will start shipping its Omen X VR backpack PC.
Just two days after Microsoft's Windows 10 Creators Update arrived, HP announced two PCs that will come pre-loaded with the new OS.
The AMD FreeSync support in Xbox Project Scorpio may help bring variable refresh rates to the living room.
Microsoft is hosting an education-focused event in New York on May 2, where the tech titan is expected to reveal new software and hardware.