There may not be lots of DirectX12 games out there just yet, but they are coming. By the end of the year there will be a lot of them, so how your PC performs in DX12 environments is important. To find out if it's capable, try running these…
Can machines be creative? Google believes that you can teach a machine anything you want. At the Google Cultural Institute, the coder artists in residence teach machines how to view images like humans and create art from them.
The bounty hunters of today aren't roaming the Wild West with a rifle and a pair of handcuffs -- rather, they're denizens of the online world, hunting for bugs. And boy, are they getting paid -- by Twitter.
Wondering which laptop brands are the most reliable in the long run? Check out our roundup of some of the most dependable manufacturers on the market, so you can opt for a machine that won't break down within a year.
Want a portable, yet powerful, notebook? Then you probably want an ultrabook. Check out a few of our favorite models currently on the market, all of which mix power, portability, and image quality within a compact package.
The latest version of the Facebook app for Windows 10 allows users to exclusively broadcast from compatible desktops and tablets. For everyone else, the livestreaming service is still only available on smartphones.
Asus has launched two new cards based on Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 "Pascal" GPU, one of which has two turbo speeds for PC gamers and overclockers to cuddle up to. As expected, the cards don't come cheap, with a starting price of $620.
Samsung may launch Samsung Pay Mini, a streamlined mobile payments app, for third-party Android devices, iOS phones, and computers later this year. The service could debut as soon as June 2016, rumor has it.
Microsoft has launched Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14352 to participants of the Fast Ring. This build provides improvements to Cortana, Windows Ink, and the Game Bar. This build arrives with a long list of fixes and known issues on the…
In addition to revealing new Omen products, HP is working on an Omen X product that's essentially a desktop PC you can wear on your back that supports VR headsets. There's no street date for this mobile PC, but the company plans to start…