Razer's ambidextrous Viper 8K gaming mouse boast an 8,000Hz polling rate that's eight times faster than the industry standard.
Intel's first Iris Xe discrete graphics cards are rolling out, but they require select Intel Core CPUs and motherboards to work.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30-series laptop GPUs deliver unprecedented mobile performance, but fundamental changes to the lineup mean you'll need to be much more cautious when shopping than before.
More and more browsers are including basic password management features, but standalone password managers do more and work on any device.
Facebook stores a lot of data on its users, but the social media service makes it easy to see the information it has on you, and even lets you download a copy of its records.
Nvidia won't release a Founders Edition model of its upcoming $329 GeForce RTX 3060, while custom graphics card makers are warning about price hikes.
In addition to some new features, Chrome 88 ends support for Adobe Flash, the File Transfer Protocol, and Apple's OS X Yosemite.
Intel issues a discontinuation notice for all consumer Optane SSDs in desktops, bringing a radical experiment to an end, but the technology lives on in laptops and servers.
CES 2021 may be virtual, but the drumbeat of innovation continued with these 5 laptop trends revealed at the show.
A week after Asus warned of impending price increases for its graphics cards, EVGA and Zotac are following suit.
AMD only briefly teased new Radeon RX 6000-series laptop and desktop graphics chips at CES 2021, but its design decisions influenced Nvidia's hardware as well.
Nvidia courted mainstream gamers during its CES 2021 'Game On' event, unveiling mobile RTX 30-series GPUs, the desktop GeForce RTX 3060, new Reflex Latency Analyzer monitors, and more.
CES may be virtual in 2021, but we expect to see plenty of new hardware from the likes of Intel, AMD, Nvidia, HP, Dell, Asus, MSI, and more.
Fast refresh rates? Tons of pixels? Buttery-smooth adaptive sync capabilities? Acer's trio of new gaming monitors offer it all.
Graphics card prices were bad in 2020. In 2021, Asus says they'll rise even higher, thanks to tariffs, increased shipping costs, and more.