Luke Larsen

Luke Larsen

Luke Larsen is the Associate Editor of Computing at Digital Trends. Before working at DT, he worked as Tech Editor at Paste Magazine for over four years and has bylines at IGN, The Oregonian, and TouchArcade. Luke is obsessed with designer board games, Star Wars, and endlessly tinkering with his guitar pedal board.
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Computing

We tested Nvidia’s RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti. Are they a worthy upgrade?

We finally have Nvidia's newest graphics cards, the RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti, and put them through our standard suite of benchmarks and game tests to see how they performed in a standard play of Battlefield 1 and Fornite. How do they compare to…
Web

Firefox Reality wants to bring the ‘whimsical web’ to VR

Mozilla launched a VR-powered web browser today called Firefox Reality. But just what does browsing the web in VR feel like? We went hands-on with this new browser to see how Mozilla imagines the future of virtual reality content.
Computing

Gaming on a laptop has never been better. These are your best options

Gaming desktops are powerful, but they tie you down to your desk. For those of us who prefer a more mobile experience, here are the best gaming laptops on the market, ranging from budget machines to maxed-out, wallet-emptying PCs.
Computing

The 49-inch Samsung CHG90 QLED gaming monitor is absolutely massive

Samsung's CHG90 display is ridiculously big, but the picture it offers is just as impressive. At 49-inches, it takes the term 'ultrawide' to a whole new level and made for an exciting, if hard to film, unboxing.
Computing

Apple’s unsafe Mac App Store is simply inexcusable

Multiple reports have indicated top apps in the Mac App Store have been stealing sensitive data right. Not only did Apple fail to properly vet them, it ignored warnings from security researchers for weeks. Is a safe app store too much to…
Computing

Is Apple planning an all-Mac keynote later this fall?

Apple's September keynote was all about the iPhone, leaving Mac fans feeling left in the dust. Yet hope springs eternal. What if Apple is leaving the door open for a Mac-focused October keynote?