New reports suggest that Destiny 2 will have very little in common with the original game, and for the first time, it will also be on PC. An industry insider also suggests the game will take players to Saturn.
Venerable chipmaker Qualcomm has unveiled two new processors bound for IoT products: the Snapdragon 600E and 410E. They speak to the firm's broader ambitions in the burgeoning Internet of Things sector.
When new graphics cards are launched, stock is rarely as high as you'd hope, and retailers may take advantage of that by fiddling with the prices. We reached out to a few retailers and manufacturers to find out if that's true.
After dishing out the OCZ VX500 SSD series just weeks ago for the mainstream market, Toshiba is eyeing the entry-level market with the new TL100 family. There are only two capacities reaching awesome read speeds of up to 550MB per second.
A commissioner from the Federal Communications Commission has asked the agency to investigate the banning of journalists’ Wi-Fi hotspots at Monday’s presidential debate at Hofstra University. Press were required to pay $200 for Wi-Fi…
OEMs such as Hewlett Packard and Dell are seeing increasing demand for notebooks, but are hitting a brick wall thanks to a shortage of laptop components. "Conservative" suppliers are forcing OEMs to find business elsewhere.
A majority of Swiss voters voted in favor of a referendum that extends government surveillance powers. The new law permits monitoring first, approval later. Application of the new powers is limited to the Swiss intelligence agency.
Lenovo said that upcoming laptops sporting fingerprint scanners from Synaptics will support the FIDO specification to prevent users from entering passwords. FIDO is supported by a number of online services such as PayPal and Bank of…
Microsoft's newly debuted Project Springfield is a highly sophisticated automated testing tool that uses traditional techniques in new combinations and makes the process available remotely through its Azure cloud platform.
Microsoft's Edge browser will reportedly use a “mini virtual PC” to isolate itself from the rest of your system, effectively quarantining the entire browser to prevent malware from gaining access to sensitive files.