These Raspberry Pi 3 bundles will cover everyone, from coders to gamers

The Raspberry Pi 3 is a low-budget computing platform capable of doing just about anything. We rounded up a handful of the best Raspberry Pi 3 bundles to get you started on a variety of DIY projects.

SteamVR will fine-tune VR to match the graphics chip, not the headset

The latest beta of SteamVR now includes a component that will fine-tune virtual reality experiences to match the performance of your PC's graphics chip. It will lower or raise the resolution beyond the native setting.

Spring cleaning for your PC: How to tame the tangle of wires under your desk

Modern computers are ridiculously capable, yet most are still bound by cords that can clutter your workspace. This annoyance can be conquered, however, by going wireless with peripheral and organizing the cables that remain.

Forks not required: Pi Day celebrates our favorite infinite number

March 14 is officially Pi Day, a time when we gather together to celebrate our favorite number and possibly eat a few slices of real pie. But why even celebrate? Congress gave us a definitive answer many years ago.

White House reportedly seeks tariffs of $60 billion on Chinese technology goods

According to new reports, the White House is seeking tariffs on $60 billion worth of Chinese goods, with the tariff largely targeting Chinese tech and telecom equipment, among other goods.
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Startup can preserve your brain for future upload, but it’s ‘100 percent fatal’

A new Y Combinator startup called Nectome promises to preserve your brain after your death so your consciousness can one day be uploaded to a computer. You just need a $10,000 deposit.

Tired of choosing between Windows and Mac? Check out these Chromebooks instead

We've compiled a list of the best Chromebooks -- laptops that combine great battery life, comfortable keyboards, and the performance it takes to run Google's lightweight Chrome OS. From Samsung to Acer, these are the Chromebooks that really…

SteelSeries serves up the first Hi-Res Audio-certified headset for gamers

SteelSeries introduced three new headsets for gamers, one of which dons the Hi-Res Audio certification logo promising CD-quality or better audio. The trio also includes a non Hi-Res Audio model, and a Bluetooth version.

Leak shows Inno3D cryptocurrency mining card based on the GTX 1080 Ti

A recent leak shows that Inno3D is gearing up to launch a graphics card dedicated to cryptocurrency mining that is based on the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. It will be a cutdown version with no video output or mounting brackets.

HP’s first Qualcomm-powered PC, the HP Envy X2, suffers a slight delay

Among the first of Qualcomm's new Always Connected PCs, the HP Envy X2 is now available for pre-order, and its hardware suggests this laptop could live up to Qualcomm's lofty promises.

Adobe enables faster workflow with updates to XD, InDesign, and Illustrator

Adobe is adding a handful of user-requested features designed to create a more efficient workflow inside XD, Illustrator, and InDesign The updates includes both updates to the user interface options and shortcut-like updates.

Chromebook, say 'Cheese!' Here's how to take a screenshot using Chrome OS

Chrome OS has a number of built-in screenshot options, and can also be used with Chrome screenshot extensions for added flexibility. You have a lot of options, but learning how to take a screenshot on a Chromebook is easy.