Microsoft's wireless Xbox One controller normally costs $50 by its lonesome, but today you can get one bundled with a wireless PC adapter for just $45.
We go hands-on with HP's Reverb Consumer Edition, whose astounding resolution is well deserving of this exclamation mark!
Today, you can get the 1TB Samsung 860 QVO for $108 at Amazon.
This baby monitor will alert you when your child moves to an unsafe position.
Nvidia's $99 Jetson Nano Developer Kit uses a 128-core Maxwell GPU to put complex deep learning and image processing capabilities in the hands of makers.
At GDC 2019, Nvidia announced plans to ship a driver that enables basic ray tracing functionality on some GeForce GTX graphics cards, expanding the technology beyond pricier RTX GPUs.
B&H Photo is selling the HS300 smart power strip for $55 and a three-pack of the HS200 smart light switches for $57.
Apple has resurrected the iPad Air and updated the iPad mini in an attempt to streamline and simplify its family of tablets.
Amazon is selling a really great mechanical keyboard for $100: the Corsair K70 MK.2.
The $35 Raspberry Pi micro-PC can be used for all sorts of imaginative projects. Here are some of the coolest Raspberry Pi creations out there.
The G935 brings more bass presence and a more restrained design to Logitech's flagship headset, but some old flaws remain.
Sound quality is quite good—as long as you listen with active noise cancellation enabled; otherwise, it's just too boomy.
World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth’s portly new Kul Tirans add variety, realism, and relatability to the undying MMORPG.
The gaming news you need to know for March 11 to 15.
The company’s 55- and 65-inch E9 and C9 models will arrive in April, with additional models to follow in May and June.