The crew goes Full Nerd on AMD Ryzen APUs, and whether Nvidia's next GPU be called Volta, Ampere, Turing, or Kardassian.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we dive deep into the why's, how's, and what-to-do's of the graphics card pricing crisis.
It's (thankfully) just a rumor, and a thin one at that, but a potential Microsoft acquisition of Valve could spell the end of PC gaming as we currently know it.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang tackles the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits and sky-high graphics card prices before answering viewer questions.
The smart home is once again on full display at this year's CES, but it's not Siri who's in charge, it's Alexa. And Apple might never be able to take the lead.
Some of 2017's best games weren't gorgeous—and that's encouraging.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we predict what's coming to computers in 2018—and literally eat our words for the 2017 predictions that we flubbed.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, we name the best PC hardware of 2017, from CPUs to GPUs and everything in between.
The best laptops of 2017 include Dell's thin-and-light XPS 13, HP's versatile Spectre x360, and the humongous Alienware 17 R4. We even have a favorite Chromebook from HP. Check them all out in our video.
In this Full Nerd, we talk about an Intel chip with AMD graphics, Radeon's boss heading to Intel, and reader questions galore.
Microsoft's "Mixed Reality" language makes buying a Windows VR headset more confusing than it needs to be.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has a lot of new features, but these five—some big, some small—stand out as my favorites.
Google showed off a slew of new products last week, and they all have one thing in common: They're smarter than anything Apple is making.
Windows Phone represented the old Microsoft and it failed because of lack of apps
In this episode of the Full Nerd, the gang chats about Intel's 6-core Core i7-8700K and this fall's lineup of PC games.
J.J. Guy of Carbon Black discusses what the future may hold for the CIO and the CISO
Colin Domoney, Consultant Solution Architect at Veracode, discusses the skills gap in DevOps