Hacker extraordinaire Ben Heckendorn of The Ben Heck Show takes on the GameBoy Advance with a Raspberry Pi mini-computer, LCD screen, and a game controller. He'll be giving his project away, so find out how you can win one.
In a new Windows 8.1 video from Computex 2013, we catch a glimpse of the new Start button in action, and find out more about how mini-Windows tablets, like the 8-inch Acer W3, will handle portrait mode.
Asus unleashes its17-inch RoG G750 gaming laptop at Computex 2013. For $1,400, you get a next-gen Intel Core i7 chip, Nvidia GTX 765M discrete graphics, a Thunderbolt port, and even dual-SSD storage.
At TechEd North America, Microsoft reveals some of the nitty-gritties of the preview version of Windows 8.1, and what current Windows 8 and RT users need to do to get the free upgrade.
Mozilla is giving the next-gen Firefox a major makeover codenamed Australis. Say hello to rounded tabs and add-on buttons and widgets next to the main toolbar, and goodbye to user-created toolbars.
Microsoft releases a preview video of Windows 8.1 that puts some of its new features into action, including the new motion-sensing wallpapers, Bing-powered search, 4-app Snap mode, and the new lock screen as photo frame.
MIcrosoft CEO Steve Ballmer is reportedly reorganizing the company to reflect its changing business from being all about software, to putting more focus on hardware and products like the Surface tablet and SkyDrive
Today at Computex 2013, Dell announced its most popular machines are getting the Haswell upgrade. This includes the iconic XPS 12 Ultrabook, XPS 27 all-in-one, and XPS 8700 desktop PC.
Seagate introduces two 5mm-thin SATA drives for desktops, laptops, Ultrabooks, and even future tablets that you can upgrade on your own. The 500GB model retails for $90 and is available now.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo updates his latest report on what we can expect from WWDC 2013: new Haswell-powered MacBook Pros and Airs, non-Retina 13-inch Pros to be discontinued, and dual-mics coming to the Air.
Microsoft's Frank X. Shaw believes iPads and other tablets should be considered personal computers, too. Slates just happen to be in a more mobile form factor than traditional computers, and are just as useful.
Just days before Intel formally launches its new Haswell chips at Computex, and weeks before WWDC 2013, Apple quietly slashes prices on two 13-inch MacBook Pros for students based in the U.S.
Ahead of Windows 8.1's public preview on June 26, Microsoft reveals some new changes that are coming to the platform, which includes a new Start button, boot-to-Desktop, IE11, and Bing-powered search.
Microsoft's new Office is the "best-selling" edition of the productivity suite, with Office 365 Home Premium signing up a million users in just 3.5 months since its launch on January 29, 2013.
Just six months after producing the first-gen Transporters, the Connected Data team is back with version 2.0, complete with a new interface that offers Dropbox-like features and new mobile apps.