Gordon, Alaina, Adam, and Brad bring you this week's hot news on all things PC, including GTX vs. RTX vs Radeon, Ryzen 3000 rumors, and USB4 (kinda) explained.
Folding phones are the next big thing, but here are three potential obstacles they need to conquer first.
Folding phones like the Huawei Mate X and Galaxy Fold are the next big thing, but here are three obstacles they need to overcome first.
I spent some time with the Huawei Mate X, and I have one takeaway: Apple, please make a folding phone.
Mobile World Congress is full of prototype phones that promise a future of folding handsets and blazing-fast 5G speeds. Just don't believe the hype.
Samsung is rolling out its new One UI OS to the Galaxy S9 and soon-to-be-released Galaxy S10, but it's not the usual boring refresh.
The days of Steam being your only option on PCs are long gone if you want to play today's hottest triple-A games.
Samsung has once again teased the potential unveiling of a new folding phone, but will really get to see it this time? Here are three possible scenarios.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we dive deep into AMD's Radeon VII and the overall state of graphics cards. Buckle up.
Apple, Google, and Facebook are playing a very high-profile game of chess—and we could all end up being the losers.
If we're ever going to get a Wear OS watch to challenge Apple's dominance, some things will have change. Here are three ways to do it.
Wear OS has been stagnant for years. Here's how to get it moving.
A leaked Samsung video has the Internet buzzing about what appears to be the first look at its folding Galaxy phone. I hate to burst your bubble, but this ain't the Galaxy F.
Apple has shut down Group FaceTime after a bug allowed callers to eavesdrop on people before they answered the call. And it appears that Apple knew about the bug at least a week ago.
The Meizu Zero and Vivo Apex have no USB-C ports, no speaker grilles, no headphone jacks, and no hope for survival.
Slightly Mad Studios, developer of Project CARS, says its newly announced Mad Box will be "the most powerful console ever built." That's hard to believe—but it might tell us something about next-gen consoles, at least.
Apple’s new billboard in Las Vegas touting the iPhone’s privacy features doesn’t quite tell the whole story.