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These 5 processors prove you can build an awesome PC on any budget

Looking to upgrade your current processor, or build a new PC from scratch? We've selected the best processors at a variety of price points, so you can enjoy maximum performance regardless of your budget.
Computing

How to connect the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller to a PC 1:13

Gaming with a keyboard and mouse can frustrate even the most patient gamers. Swap out the traditional hardware for that DualShock 4 controller sitting on your coffee table with our step-by-step breakdown.
Computing

The best Chrome experiments to show off your browsing power

Want to know what Chrome is really capable of? These Google Chrome Experiments showcase its abilities - and provide cool games, visuals, design tools, and more!
Computing

How to map network folders drives, on both Windows and Mac

Shared directories are more useful than you might think, especially for students and business owners. Thankfully, linking them with your local drive is easy, regardless of whether you're using Windows or MacOS.
Computing

PC Gaming and Nintendo are tighter than the Mario brothers

Nintendo has spent 40 years building an army of loyal players, and among them are PC gaming enthusiasts looking for something distinctly different - which they often find in the dungeons of Hyrule.
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Microsoft confirms Game Mode coming in Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft didn't go into that much detail at their event, but clearly Windows 10 gaming will be up for some meaningful improvements in Creators Update. Today, it passed along some additional details.
Computing

Gole1 Plus is a mini-PC with an Intel Atom processor and 8-inch display

Sometimes a new machine is introduced that you wouldn't have imagined, and it's often more successful than you might have guessed. One such machine is the Gole1 Plus mini PC with an eight-inch screen that can double as a tablet.
Mobile

Weekly rewind: Nintendo Switch incoming, incredible space photos, Vegas' self-driving buses

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of everything. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from…
Computing

Demise of MMORPG 'Asheron's Call' is sad news for this 74-year-old gamer

While Turbine, Asheron's Call's publisher, had kept the servers running, that's coming to an end on January 31, 2017. That's particularly bad news for a 74-year-old grandfather who's been playing the game since 1999.
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Microsoft may reduce its Windows 10 licensing fee for OEMs to combat Chromebooks

There's a rumor that Microsoft plans to lower its Windows 10 licensing fee in March so that OEMs can better compete with Chromebooks in 2017. This isn't the first time Microsoft addressed the Chromebook market, as it cut Windows 8.1 fees…
Virtual Reality

Tour the White House in virtual reality with the Obamas as your guides

President-elect Donald Trump may be taking over the White House next week, but you can still get one last look at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue while President Barack Obama resides there -- and in virtual reality, no less.
Computing

Latest Insider update brings incremental but helpful changes to Windows 10

Whether you're in the fast ring, or hanging back in the slow ring, there are lots of new features in Microsoft's latest beta update to Windows 10. Highlights include more Edge browser updates, and some changes for mobile users