While there might be some disagreement on the numbers, Nvidia is certainly the king of the add-in graphics card market, as two different research companies have suggested its share is more than 75 percent.
Seeing a digital divide growing between the haves and the have nots of the world, Australian group One Education is building a new durable, modular laptop that's priced low enough that almost anyone can afford one.
Rumors say Microsoft has got plenty of new Surface and Lumia hardware to show off, and it's apparently going to do so at a bumper event in October. Flagship Lumia phones, the Surface Pro 4, and even the Microsoft Band 2 are all possible.
Announced at Gamescom earlier this month, publisher Paradox Interactive has revealed an official release date for Cities: Skylines After Dark. A console version is also currently in development, with the game set to hit Xbox One first.
The repository of everything that is DRM free in the gaming world, GoG, has added a number of new Dungeons and Dragons experiences from gaming's history, giving us access to 13 new campaigns from the Forgotten Realms.
As it stands, passwords seem like a relatively weak defence against hackers and nefarious individuals. But could facial recognition in Windows Hello open us up to new attacks from nosy siblings? Not so according to a new demo.
A key Intel employee has hinted that Intel may begin supporting DisplayPort Adaptive Sync, the standard that also powers AMD's FreeSync. This could lead to better standardization of frame synchronization throughout computing.
Jeb Bush spoke up in favor of the NSA, saying he would support its expansion. He also criticized tech companies for not providing access to encrypted data. He argued that data collection helps keep Americans safe.