Is Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 too much for your PC to handle? Well, you can at least play the 1982 version in a browser.
Pictures of Nvidia's new 12-pin power plug show it will offer a significant size advantage over conventional connectors used in today's GPUs
Gamers will buy $2.6 billion in new PCs, CPUs, GPUs and more just to play the 2020 reboot of Microsoft Flight Simulator, an analyst predicts.
My relative asked for buying advice on a monitor for distance learning. Here's what I recommended and why.
Intel has finally defended AVX-512 in laptops against Linus Torvalds, who hopes it dies a painful death.
The AMD A520 chipset, a slight upgrade over the previous budget A320, is for basic Ryzen PC builds with an eye toward the upcoming Zen 3 generation of CPUs.
We tried Nvidia's GeForce Now, which puts real gaming into Chromebooks. Will your Chromebook run GeForce Now? Probably.
You can speed up your home Internet and Wi-Fi for cheap if you're willing to buy used and do some things yourself. Here's how it worked in my home.
Intel's first Xe graphics part for consumers will go into laptops, but 2021 will bring the long-anticipated discrete graphics card with hardware ray tracing.
Intel's "Client 2.0" view of the future means the performance of the device is tailored to your needs, no one-size-fits-all solution.
We tested four modern laptop's SD card readers and found huge performance differences
The Nvidia GeForce Twitter account hinted at an August 31 launch for its Ampere GTX cards, which would be the 21st anniversary of its "first GPU."
With its Ryzen 5 4500U, the HP Envy x360 13 gives you premium performance without the premium pricing
Should you buy the 2020 MacBook Air or a used 2016 MacBook Pro 13? Here's the answer
The principal engineer who worked on CPUs from the Pentium III to Core i7 says Intel has lost focus, and it's "lucky" AMD can't make enough CPUs to do more damage.