Gordon Ung unboxes a luxurious version of the Maingear F131, with top-tier hardware and artistic touches galore.
Plus: Release dates for Bard's Tale IV and Monster Hunter: World, and Epic slashes its revenue share for the Unreal Marketplace—while giving all content creators four years of back-pay. This is gaming news for July 9 to 13.
The Lian Li Strimer takes RGB LEDs to new frontiers.
Amazon is selling the Anker SoundCore 2 for just $28 for Prime members.
A Radeon RX 580 is selling for roughly MSRP for the first time in a long, long time.
The GPU in a gaming laptop matters, so here's everything you need to know about picking the right one for 720p, 1080p, or 1440p gaming, as well as esports.
The 6-series' color and HDR are astounding for this price range, but weak motion handling and problematic backlighting remind you this isn't a high-end TV.
Python has quickly become one of the most popular coding languages in recent years. Here's why you should learn it and how to get started.
Both IDC and Gartner confirm that the worldwide PC market reported its best quarter in years, driven by sales of commercial PCs and some gaming systems.
Prime Day starts on Monday, July 16. If you're not a Prime member already, here's how to become one without paying a cent before the big day.
Microsoft has launched a free version of its Microsoft Teams app to compete with Slack. It also unveiled a 'nudge' coaching feature within Outlook, and published its Whiteboard app.
RAVPower's fast wireless chargers are cheap for Amazon Prime members today, and these codes save you even more money.
The Site Isolation feature that protects Google's Chrome browser against Spectre CPU attacks is live for 99 percent of users, but it drives up RAM usage significantly.
"Less than half of one percent of customers" clicked on Steam's old Upcoming Releases page, so the bar is pretty low for the new algorithm-driven "Popular Upcoming" list.
The Alienware AW3418DW is still expensive at $1,000, but it's cheaper than you'll find elsewhere right now.
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