PC gaming is much more of a force at E3 2021 than it was in years prior. We sifted through all the trailers to identify 12 game announcements that PC gamers need to see.
The M-Series Quantum remains basically the same as it was in 2019: A good lower-mid-range TV. New for 2021: eARC support for uncompressed 7.1 surround sound, along with FreeSync and HDMI variable refresh rates.
Eve’s easy-to-install but pricey contact sensor offers powerful automations and it works with Thread, but it doesn’t support Alexa or Google Assistant.
High dynamic range (HDR) visuals look stunning when done properly, but getting HDR going on a PC is a lot more complicated than it is on televisions. We explain everything you need to know.
The new Razer Blade 14 sports AMD’s 5900HX along with Nvidia RTX graphics—and a surprisingly svelte profile.
Microsoft says Windows 10's 'retirement' will take place in October, 2025, lending credence to rumors of an upcoming Windows 11.
Google is opening up Google Workspace and its new collaborative UI to consumers who have a free Gmail account. It's also announcing the next step in its evolution, Spaces.
Dell is selling a G5 15 gaming laptop with a 10th-gen Core i5 CPU and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti for $700.
Amazon is selling a Switch Online membership bundle and a 128GB SD card for just $35.
If you're on an older version of Windows or a GeForce GTX 600- or 700-series graphics card, your final Game Ready driver arrives on August 31.
The Asus ROG Strix G15 Advantage Edition is an all-AMD laptop that offers an amazing amount of performance and value.
It sounds great, and you can control the sweet spot's size and location. How cool is that?
Ensure that the data on your old drives is safe from prying eyes with this simple guide to securely wiping your hard drives.
This inexpensive system is stripped down to the basics, and it suffers from erratic performance.
Windows 10's News and Interests taskbar tool is a handy feature for people who want to quickly glance at the weather and news headlines. If that's not you, here's how to turn it off.