According to SurveyMonkey, Pokémon Go remains incredibly popular in the US, but is already beginning to decline.
Gordon, Brad, and Alaina run through the latest rumors about Intel's new desktop CPUs, Brad reveals which GPU hits the sweet spot, and Seagate's hard drive sees 10TB.
Plus Rick and Morty finally did it—meaning the duo's coming to virtual reality—and Battleborn is only $15. This is gaming news for July 18 - 22.
Stock up on new Android apps and games for the weekend.
European Union plans to extend export licensing of so-called "dual-use" technologies to include cyber-surveillance tools could put the brakes on sales of smartphones.
If you're expecting widespread availability of gaming desktops with AMD's Zen chips by year end, don't hold your breath.
You can finally request that coveted blue verified Twitter badge that has eluded you for seven years. Here’s why and how you should get verified and let your followers know you are the real deal.
Verizon is forcing heavy data users to get off its unlimited plan or get off the carrier's network entirely.
Everything's big this week on the PCWorld show: the Pokemon pandemic, Seagate's 10TB BarraCuda hard drive, and the $32 billion Softbank spent for ARM. Watch and learn.
Redbox is back with its second attempt at a digital platform. This time the company is reaching for sales and rentals, not subscriptions.
The custom Radeon RX 480 graphics cards are finally here, and Sapphire's Nitro+ RX 480 proves the wait was worthwhile.
The green check marks let you know which files are synced. But Windows has a limited number of icon overlays for installed programs. Here's how to make sure they appear in OneDrive.
Security researchers have released tools this week that could help users recover files encrypted by two relatively new ransomware threats: Bart and PowerWare.
A newer processor, more VRAM, faster storage, and a cooler chassis provide good, if smaller-scale, improvements over last year's Blade. However, this year's Blade may end up having limited appeal depending on Nvidia's plans for mobile versions of its 10-series GPU.