Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen

Chuong Nguyen is a Silicon Valley-based technology reporter with a passion for gadgets.  He enjoys combining his passion for technology, travel, and photography, and on the weekends you can him exploring the coast with camera in tow, catching up on the latest headlines, relaxing with a Kindle, or taking a quick jaunt to California's famed wine country.

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LED lighting finally arrives on Falcon Northwest’s Talon gaming desktop redesign

Falcon Northwest is debuting a redesigned version of its Talon midsized gaming desktop tower. The new version comes with modern features, like glass side windows, that bring more visual interest to the desktop's internals.

Is the Pixelbook 2 still alive? New rumors indicate it might launch this year

What will the Pixelbook 2 be like? Google hasn't announced it, but thanks to rumors and leaks, we think we have a pretty good idea of what to expect from the potential new flagship Chromebook.

Acer’s fast Nitro XF2 monitors are built to help gamers outmaneuver opponents

Acer's Nitro XF2 series monitors are fast and responsive to give players an edge when gaming. These panels support AMD's FreeSync technology, are capable of delivering HDR 10 content, and promise a fast sub-1ms response time!
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HP blends retro midcentury design with modern technology in this all-in-one PC

If you’re tired of boring desktop designs, be prepared to be wowed with HP’s gorgeous Envy Curved AIO 34. This all-in-one combines modern silicon options with mid-century modern aesthetics, making it a focal point of any desk.

HTC Viveport Streaming delivers all-access VR gaming for one monthly fee

HTC's Viveport Streaming is a new $13 monthly subscription service that gives VR headset owners access to a catalog of 2,000 titles, including 800 premium games, making it easy to discover new virtual reality titles.

You can now moonwalk on the moon with Nvidia’s A.I. and ray tracing tech

Mastered the moonwalk? How about doing the moonwalk on the moon? Thanks to the power of artificial intelligence and Nvidia's ray tracing technology, you'll be able to moonwalk as if you're part of the Apollo 11 moon walk crew.