To start your month off right, Just Cause 3 is here next week, and while it promises to be more chaotic -- but somehow at the same time more focused -- than ever, that's obviously going to put some pressure on your PC.
Fallout 4 is proving -- unsurprisingly -- to be a big hit for Bethesda, but as much as it's drawing the crowds, it's also drawing tweakers and modders, who it turns out are risking their save games by using console commands.
Microsoft has removed the media creation tool that allows download of a Windows 10 .ISO, leaving users to lean on Windows Update. The decision further muddies the operating system's unclear upgrade policies.
Nothing ruins a good vacation (or its memories) like a data breach. Unfortunately, if you stayed at one of the 54 Starwood hotels that were recently hit by malware, you may want to check your accounts.
ASUS' new N Series laptops combine high-powered Skylake CPUs with 4K displays in 15 and 17 inch configurations, as well as offering a multitude of connectivity options, including USB 3.1 in a type-C configuration.
Google's excited about The Force Awakens, the new Star Wars film out before the end of the year, and has launched a promotion where Google apps and sites get a Star Wars makeover, depending on your allegiance to the Force
Symantec's latest cybersecurity report claims that millennials are getting sloppy with their online security processes and are paying the price while baby boomers are the wisest with their passwords and accounts.