Files found in an alleged Windows 8.1 ADK suggest the free version of Windows 8 will be used as the default OS for low-end devices. Learn more about what the future of Windows 8.1 can hold here.
A class-action lawsuit against turn-of-the-century DRAM manufacturers has been settled for $310M. Anyone who bought anything with DRAM in it between January 1, 1998 and December 31, 2002 may be entitled to some settlement money. Learn more here.
This barebones gaming PC offers a framework to work with, leaving you to choose and stuff in essential components like the CPU, graphics card and more. Learn more here.
Falcon Northwest’s mid-sized tower desktop, the Talon, has been in production continuously since 1999. Over the years, it has been reinvented several times, but with competitors like Origin and Maingear hot on Falcon’s heels, there’s no shortage of…
- Pros: High build quality, Easy to upgrade, Excellent performan...
- Cons: Aesthetically dull, Could use a few more ports
Software leaks are at this point a certainty, but the developer is usually not the source of the leak. However, that indeed appears to be the case with the leak of Windows 8.1 Update 1. Learn more here.
Good news, high-def junkies. It looks like the next Mavericks update will bring 4K Retina support along with it, according to those familiar with the developer version of OS X 10.9.3. Learn more here.
His name is Satoshi Nakamoto but the idea that he's THE Satoshi Nakamoto, creator of Bitcoin, seems to be losing steam. Newsweek created a stir Thursday when it claimed to have found the cryptocurrency creator, though Mr. Nakamoto insists it's not him.
In the wake of an unprecedented deal between Dish Network and Disney, DirecTV hopes to have similar luck in contract re-negotiations to secure Disney content for its own online TV service. Could that someday mean ESPN without a satellite or cable subscription?
Asus will release two new motherboards supporting AMD's new AM1 platform, the company announced. The AM1M-A and AM1I-A small form factor motherboards will be among the first to hit the market designed to work in tandem with AMD's new AM1 APUs.
The main selling point of Dell's newly announced Latitude 13 "Education Series" laptops lies within durability: It's a laptop designed to, above all else, survive the classroom. Learn more here.
Did you know that Dell charges U.K. customers a £16.25 fee (27.10 USD) to pre-install Firefox on new computers? Mozilla didn't, but they do now and they're not happy about it. Learn more here.
Redmond will be unwrapping the next generation in its long-running graphics API in a couple of weeks at GDC 2014, which may launch at the same time as the next full version of Windows. Learn more here.
Here's another potential sign that Windows 8.1 Update 1 will soon hit the public. Learn more about the latest news regarding Redmond's next big update here.