If you’re thinking about resetting your Windows PC with a local account, consider upgrading to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update first.
Caveat emptor, cord-cutters: Many of the manufacturers selling TV antennas on Amazon are making suspicious performance claims for their products.
By last year's standards, Samsung's RU8000 is a good TV; but this year, it's eclipsed in terms of both color and HDR performance by less-expensive competitors.
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Plus: Netflix's Witcher adaptation continues to look uninspiring, Ubisoft details its upcoming subscription service, and more. This is gaming news for July 15 to 19.
Newegg's 4-day weekend sale has deals on over 500 items, and it's packing some especially good deals on enthusiast PC hardware.
Nvidia has recreated the Apollo 11 moon landing using its RTX technology, including the lunar lander and Neil Armstrong.
Audeze's debut gaming headset, the Mobius, boasts sound quality that justifies its high sticker price—but it's undermined slightly by some first-time-out errors.
Adding Bluetooth eliminates the need to buy a Philips Hue Bridge. But you can run only 10 bulbs without it, and you'll be cut off from the broader Hue ecosystem.
Acer's Nitro 7 focuses on its display and storage instead of its internal components, an odd choice for a gaming laptop. Acer's own Predator Helios 300 may be a better budget option.
You can save hundreds on an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription with this method, which is available again for an unknown period of time.
Samsung has announced mass production of its new 12GB LPDDR5 RAM memory chip, but the first phones to use it won't arrive until next year.
Still got a few dollars left after Prime Day? Newegg's Fantastech extended sale has some awesome deals for PC enthusiasts.
Amazon has dropped the price of the Fitbit Charge 3 SE to $129, very close to an all-time low.
Newegg is selling the 960GB Crucial BX500 SSD for $85, or well under 10 cents per gig.