Need to build a PC with tons of storage and bulky high-end components? That's no problem for the Silent Base 802, a mid-tower case that has space for it all while keeping noise to a minimum.
Cloud-based password managers strike some as a potential risk, but how bad is the danger?
To have the best possible experience when streaming your games to your couch—or even remotely—you’ll need to focus on your network setup as much as your hardware.
Email addresses, phone numbers, and birthdays are part of a new Facebook data dump—you'll want to protect yourself if you got caught up in it. Here are the steps you need to take.
Some stores charge usurious prices for quality cables, but Amazon is rife with questionable offerings. Here’s what we buy that’s both affordable and reliable.
You can assemble a PC with just a single screwdriver on hand, but having this lineup in your toolbox makes DIY much easier—especially if anything goes sideways.
New Intel CPUs have historically replaced the previous iteration outright—but these days, you can realistically choose between, say, the Core i9-10900K and the Core i9-11900K. Here's which one to pick.
Last December, we built an awesome RGB gaming PC using Lian Li and AMD parts. Currently, those are hard to find—so we're building a version with rival components that ARE in stock.
Many PCs with Sandy Bridge, Polaris, and Pascal parts still remain in active service. But given how fast new technology is developing, will future generations ever last as long?
Today's painful component shortages add an additional layer to the usual advice.
Been struggling to get your hands on any next-gen gaming hardware? Act fast—the Xbox Series S is in stock at Costco
We've waited a long time to build with an AMD Ryzen 3 3300X.
Encryption is only as good as how it’s configured. But while the details can be confusing, all becomes clear once you know how to sort the information. We explain how.
Web browsing and video calls aren't deeply taxing, but stick to these processor families for a pleasant experience on a Chromebook.
Some free virtual private networks give away info you might not want known. Here's how to tell who guards your privacy and who doesn't.