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.

Ready to become an internet star? Here's how to upload your first YouTube video

If you're looking to learn how to upload a video to YouTube, this is the guide for you. We break down the steps you need to take to get your video online and seen by as many people as you can.

4K monitors are finally affordable, and these are the best of the best

The day is coming, slowly but surely, when 1080p resolution will be behind us. Check the best 4K monitors on the market, whether you're looking for a budget solution or a visual treat.

Entry-level MacBooks may make an appearance in June at WWDC 2018

The latest rumor pins the official reveal date of Apple's entry-level MacBook as June during the company's annual WWDC developer conference. Apple may also introduce an affordable 9.7-inch iPad with a price tag of less than $300.

Google’s upcoming OLED display for VR headsets may pack a 3182p resolution

Google is scheduled to hold a session during Display Week in May to introduce its 18-megapixel OLED display built for virtual reality headsets. It will have a refresh rate of 120Hz and a pixel density of 1,443 pixels per inch.

SMS to PC and back again: Here's how to send a text message from a computer

Texting is a fact of life, but that doesn't mean you always have to have your phone handy. Here's how to send a text message from a computer, whether you prefer to use your favorite email client or Windows 10.

Have some time to kill? Load up one of these free online role-playing games

Have ample time on your hands and an unquenchable thirst to beat, battle, and blast your way through worlds of fantasy and sci-fi splendor? Check out our picks for the best free MMORPGs.

What is an SSD? The ultimate explanation of the solid-state drive

What is SSD? The solid-state drive is now an essential element in our mobile devices, laptops, and a growing number of computers. Let's take a look at how it works, why it's so common, and where storage tech is headed.

With AMD FreeSync support, games will look their best on Xbox One S, Xbox One X

The Xbox One's latest update, rolling out to Insider members now, adds support for AMD Radeon FreeSync-enabled monitors. The technology was previously only compatible with certain PCs.