Computex gives us a glimpse of what to expect from PCs this holiday season, and friends, things are looking GOOD.
Pornhub's VPNhub service lets you browse the web—not just adult videos—without ISPs looking over your shoulder.
The FBI recommends rebooting or even resetting your router to avoid sophisticated "VPNFilter" malware by a group tied to Russia. Here's what you need to know.
AMD's gameplay-smoothing Radeon FreeSync technology now works on select Samsung QLED TVs as PC gaming continues its march towards living rooms.
Riotoro's Project Morpheus concept case converts from micro-ATX to a full tower and dedicates itself to optimal airflow.
Gigabyte's Aorus RGB Memory includes two dummy "RGB-Infused Demo Modules" to bring the bling to all four RAM slots.
Microsoft is acquiring code repository GitHub for $7.5 billion.
A CPU compatibility chart for an ASRock motherboard reveals four 2nd-gen Ryzen processors that AMD hasn't announced yet.
The Western Digital Black 3D is our favorite NVMe drive and it's 25 percent off during Amazon's one-day PC hardware sale.
Nvidia will talk about its "Next Generation Mainstream GPU" at Hot Chips in August, suggesting that new GeForce graphics cards will launch this summer.
These long PC games demanded to be played for days, not hours—and your tenacity will be rewarded.
Valve's Steam Link app will stream games from your PC to your phone across your home network, freeing you up to play anywhere you'd like. But probably the bathroom.
Steam Sales are all about buying new games cheap, but the Steam Spring Cleaning event focuses on spending time with what you already own.
Several major websites ran articles claiming the new Asus Arez GPU brand was already dead, but the Arez Twitter account was a fake.
Google and Microsoft discovered a new CPU flaw related to Meltdown and Spectre. Take action, but don't panic too much about Speculative Store Bypass.