PC gamers are wondering: Should I buy an AMD Ryzen 3 2200G or Ryzen 5 2400G? Here are 5 good reasons to buy it, and 5 reasons why you may want to hold off.
Google is reportedly building support for notched screen into Android P, which could offer a huge clue as to what the Pixel 3 will look like.
Google is bringing Nest back into its fold to build a home that's smarter—and that's good news if you're frustrated with the Google Tax.
Virtually all graphics cards are selling for twice their suggested price—when you can find them—thanks to voracious coin miners. Here's how to keep gaming during these dystopian times.
By combining the face and iris biometrics, the Galaxy S9's 'Intelligent Scan' could be the smartest way to take on Apple's Face ID.
It's much cheaper to buy a premade gaming PC than building your own computer, thanks to surging memory and graphics card prices.
We tested the Meltdown and Spectre fix on an older Intel Broadwell laptop, and the results are ugly.
Here's everything you need to know about the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits.
Lenovo's entire line-up of 2018 phones just leaked online. Here's why that could be a huge problem for the industry.
There are reports that Apple's iOS 11.2.2 Spectre security update is slowing down some older iPhones. That shouldn't be the case for most people, but here's what to do if your phone is affected.
I just patched the Surface Book with the Meltdown and Spectre patches. Here's how much it hurt.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, we talk Kaby Lake G, AMD's Ryzen roadmap, Nvidia's BFGD, and all of the craziest PC hardware to come out of CES.
Samsung has reportedly once again show off a concept of a folding phone, and once again the internet is buzzing about it. Not me though.
Huawei's big U.S. launch of the Mate 10 Pro was dampened when AT&T pulled out of a deal to sell the new handset in stores. Now Huawei may never break through in the states.
After being publicly called out over its lack of parental controls in iOS, Apple has vowed to implement "new features and enhancements" to protect kids. But it might be too little too late.
Apple's announcement that it will replace aging batteries in iPhones 6 and later is the perfect way to end a rocky 2017.