Catch up on all of this week's hottest new PC hardware releases.
Seemingly every company is announcing Intel's 9000-series CPUs except for Intel itself. Gigabyte's announcement confirms widespread motherboard support, though.
Here's everything we know (and think we know) about the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung's next flagship phone.
The arrival of Steam has lured hordes of big-name games to Linux PCs. Here are some of the best Linux PC games you can play today.
The Kingston A400 kicked off the $28 SSD price war, but now PNY and Silicon Power are joining the fray.
After a decade-long hiatus, the NFL returns to PCs in Madden 19, and it's the definitive way to play despite showing some console roots.
Valve returns to game publishing with Artifact, a mash-up of Dota 2 and Magic: The Gathering. Now we know when we can play it.
MSI's Z370 motherboards will support Intel's 9000-series CPUs, but Intel hasn't announced 9th-gen chips yet.
The Origin EON15-S and EVO17-S are lightweight for gaming laptops but still support Intel's 6-core monster.
Which Ryzen AM4 motherboard chipset is right for you: X470, X370, B450, B350, or A320? We can help.
Are new GeForce GPUs almost here? Nvidia announces a "Gaming Celebration" event for Gamescom on the same day a presentation on "Nvidia’s Next Generation Mainstream GPU" is scheduled for Hot Chips.
Upgrading to a speedy solid-state drive won't break the bank today: Amazon's selling a $120GB Kingston SSD for just $128. Wild.
The new Steam Chat is great, but it annoyingly opens every time you open Steam. Here's how to stop it.
The latest Windows 10 Insider preview builds predict when to install updates by using machine learning to determine if you're at your PC.
Valve's new Steam Chat is a massive improvement, but compared to Discord, its weakness is right in its name.