AMD’s new video card, the Fury X, is more than a refresh. It uses a new form of video RAM, High Bandwidth Memory, that promises a massive leap in performance-per-watt. But is it…
Virtual reality companies put on a strong showing at this year's E3, and the appearance of Oculus' finalized consumer model gave us a taste of what's to come. But should you buy one? Probably not,
AMD has taken the wraps off its Radeon R7 and R9 300-series cards, which appear to be re-brands of previous hardware. They start as low as $149 and go up from there to $429.
In a surprise announcement, Bethesda revealed an all-new Fallout game for iOS at its E3 2015 conference. The new game puts players in the role of a vault administrator, and it's available immediately.
The motherboard connect everything in your computer, making it arguably the most important component. Buying one can be daunting, but the decision comes down to a few key traits.
Competition in the 3D scanner space is heating up with HP's announcement of the 3D Capture Stage, a $299 accessory that works with all existing Sprout systems.
Apple’s latest update to OS X, El Capitan, makes your Mac easier to use and boosts performance. But does it offer enough to steal momentum from Microsoft’s rapidly approaching release of Windows 10?
Apple has revealed OS X 10.11 El Capitan. As expected, it focuses heavily on performance usability enhancements, including a new window snap option and improvements to the spotlight window.
NRAM memory, which is built from carbon nanotubes, promises nearly unlimited read-write durability as well as resistance to temperature, magnetic fields and radiation. Will it be in your next hard drive?
No one knows the name of OS X 10.11, the next version of Apple's Mac operating system. Correctly read the mind of Cupertino's brand managers, and you'll win an Apple TV!
Looking for a 4K monitor? You’re spoiled for choice, but most affordable options are as exciting as a winter vacation to Nebraska. Acer’s slick, white, futuristic S277HK tries…
AMD has revealed details about High Bandwidth Memory, a new vertically stacked video memory solution that promises a three-fold improvement in performance per watt. Could this give AMD a much needed win against Nvidia?
Intel has announced Thunderbolt 3. In addition to a blister 40 gigabytes per second of bandwidth it offers compatibility with the USB 3.1 standard and USB Type-C connector. Will it become the only cord to rule them all?
Intel has re-affirmed that Skylake, the Core architecture, will release at some point in 2015. It also showed off two reference designs based on the architecture. Each boasted razor-thin design.