Intel CEO Brian Krzanich revealed the company's plans for dealing with the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws in its next processors. The hardware rollout will start with the company's next-generation Xeon Scalable processors.
Lenovo officially pulled the wraps off its stand-alone VR headset supporting Google's Daydream platform. Also on the way are two Daydream-branded cameras from Lenovo and YI Technology supporting Google's new VR180 format.
Graphics card pricing remains a major problem for PC gamers, with all but the least powerful cards selling at twice MSRP. Josh Reddet, who builds crypto-mining rigs, thinks prices will stay high. The solution? Gamers should start mining.
Is there a bad time to buy a laptop? Maybe not -- but for a couple of important reasons, spring is one of the best times to go out and buy a new laptop. Here's how to ensure you're future-proofing your next laptop purchase.
Google said that it opened its Google Maps doors to developers of mobile augmented reality games, granting access to all that mapped data. This reduces the rendering overhead by allowing developers to transform the current area.
Google said that starting in June, its AdWords advertisement platform will no longer support ads based on cryptocurrencies and related services. The move is in response to the uncertainties of digital cash and related scams.
Everyone wants a monitor, sure, but not just any monitor. You want a display with the highest resolution, the largest screen, and the most customization options to be had. Thankfully, we've got your back.
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.
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.