Refinement, not revolution, takes center stage in this redesign.
Plus: Amazon's Alexa is your "personal Call of Duty coach," Croteam teases Serious Sam 4, and the latest Cities: Skylines expansion heads to the park. This is gaming news for April 16 to 20.
Newegg is selling Amazon's Echo Dot for $40 with a bundled $10 gift card.
EKWB's Fluid Gaming Systems offer a limited selection of powerful hardware and nifty enthusiast-class extras like custom liquid-cooling and sleeved power cables.
Google has announced that a new messaging protocol called chat is on the way, bringing RCS support and unifying the scattershot messaging experience on Android. It's about time.
The arrival of 8th-gen Intel CPUs is dropping gaming laptops with 7th-gen processors to new lows.
Which Ryzen AM4 motherboard chipset is right for you: X470, X370, B350, or A320?
It’s short on handholding, but SkylinkNet’s SK-250 kit is a good-enough security offering (though not recommended for beginners).
PlayStation Now streams surprisingly well, and lets PC gamers play Sony exclusives like Uncharted and God of War.
An intoxicating sonic experience from a hi-res audio player that's as heavy as it is expensive.
Amazon has released a super-easy tool for anyone to make their own Alexa skill, and you won't find anything like for Siri or Google Assistant.
Right now you can get an AmazonBasics USB-C to three-port USB hub for $20, the lowest price we've seen it.
AMD's 2nd-gen Ryzen 7 2700X puts the squeeze on Intel's 8th-gen Coffee Lake CPUs.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, we interview AMD's Jim Anderson about 2nd-gen Ryzen, X470 motherboards, multi-die chip development, and more.