Computing
Computing

Preview: Office 2016 isn’t revolutionary, and that’s ok

Microsoft Office 2016, the latest version of the long-running productivity suite, will introduce the first all-news Mac suite in five years and a variety of cloud-focused enhancements.
Mobile

Facebook is in hot water again with the European Union for its privacy settings

Internet.org is the least of Facebook's concerns, as the social media giant faces the wrath of the European Union, which is currently investigating whether Facebook's seedy privacy settings are in violation of code.
Computing

Update: GTX 980 Ti launch date confirmed

Nvidia's upcoming GTX 980 Ti has shown up on a hardware enthusiast's desk long enough for them to grab a couple of pictures of it and check the specs. While unconfirmed, we've got the numbers and they're quite impressive.
Computing

Microsoft has revealed its anime mascot for Windows 10

The young woman, who is currently nameless, will have her own campaign in June. You’ll be able to offer your opinion on what her name should be. Thus far, we know that she is 17-years-old and comes from 100 years in the future.
Mobile

Apple’s solar-studded data center in Arizona catches fire

An Apple data center caught fire in Mesa, Arizona. Local firefighters were fighting flames on the roof's solar panels Tuesday morning. The data center was empty at the time, and no one was injured.
Computing

DDR3 RAM has hit its lowest price point in 26 months

DDR3 has reached its lowest price point in 26 months, according to PCGamer. This information stems from a report published by the DRAMeXchange. For a DDR3 chip, you’ll pay a whopping $2.92.
Gaming

Double Fine regains Iron Brigade rights, celebrates with Steam sale

Broken Age developer Double Fine has regained the rights to its tower defense shooter Iron Brigade from Microsoft, and is celebrating by updating the Steam version of the game and putting it on sale for 80 percent off.
Computing

Lenovo reveals slew of new laptops ahead of Tech World

Lenovo got a little too excited about the company's annual Tech World event in Beijing, and has spilled the beans early on a few of the new offerings that will be available soon. Among the offerings are two new media workstations, the Z41…
Computing

Sandisk says its next solid state drives will have disk-like pricing

SanDisk has announced that it will soon introduce a line of solid state drives that offers respectable performance but is priced similarly to traditional hard disk drives.
Computing

Is this the affordable Surface Pro keyboard you’ve been waiting for?

An English company is deep in development of a cheaper alternative to Microsoft's Type Cover for the Surface Pro, which will reportedly feature its own built-in battery and a much lower price tag.
Computing

Microsoft announces native Dolby Digital Plus support for Windows 10

Dolby has announced that in a new collaboration with Microsoft, the company will begin incorporating its audio technology into the Windows 10 platform to support Windows Store applications, as well as the Edge web browser.
Computing

LG’s impressive new 27-inch FreeSync monitor leaked by company’s Australian website

A product listing LG's Australian website has revealed a 27-inch monitor known as the 27MU67, which seems to be targeted towards gamers. It offers 4K resolution, AMD FreeSync support, and a broad color gamut.