At E3 2018, Nvidia showed off the RTX technology coming to future GeForce cards that will let real-time ray tracing become viable.
AMD's next-gen 'Navi' graphics cards won't feature a multi-chip design similar to the makeup of Ryzen CPUs, Radeon's new graphics chief says.
E3 2018 is in full swing, and to celebrate, Quake Champions, For Honor, and Layers of Fear are free this week.
Valve announced that Steam is ending support for Windows XP and Vista on January 1, 2019.
A pair of leaks give us a glimpse at the code names and expected release dates of new Xbox and Surface hardware. It's going to be a busy couple of years.
Sony leaned on PlayStation's stellar in-house game lineup at E3 2018, with long looks at The Last of Us Part II, Spider-Man, Death Stranding, and Ghost of Tsushima.
The PC Gaming Show returned to E3 2018 to put the spotlight squarely on games that call the PC home.
Beyond Good & Evil 2! Assassin's Creed: Odyssey! The Crew 2! Division 2! Ubisoft leaned into its star franchises at E3 2018.
Square Enix's E3 showcase included the games you'd expect—Just Cause 4 and Dragon Quest XI among them—but no real surprises aside from a Souls-like game from Platinum.
During its E3 2018 showcase, Bethesda dished out details about Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Rage 2, and teased future games like Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield.
At its blowout E3 2018 press conference, Microsoft revealed 50 games, including 15 world premieres, 18 exclusive games, and a new Halo.
During EA Play at E3 2018, the company revealed Battlefield V's multiplayer, Anthem gameplay, and yes, Madden NFL games are finally coming to the PC.
The Core i7-8086K may be named after the first x86 chip, but this is one of Intel's most advanced gaming processors.
Computex gives us a glimpse of what to expect from PCs this holiday season, and friends, things are looking GOOD.
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