It wasn’t so long ago that Windows looked dead in the water, treading water while Apple’s Mac confidently swam laps around it. But now, with Windows 10 released and Surface seeing success, Microsoft is leading the charge.
Nvidia's GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti are the company's new budget video cards, with prices that start as low as $110. Can you really use these cards as an upgrade to your existing desktop, and do they beat the competition form AMD?
Desktops have certainly been around the block, but that hasn’t made them easier to understand for the average consumer. We detail the ins and outs of how we test desktop computers during our product reviews.
Axing ports has become a trend in modern device design, including laptops. Some of the best new laptops have just one or two USB Type-C ports. Can you really get by with one port, and if so, how? We take a closer look.
After a series of leaks, the GTX 1050 and 1050 have been officially announced at budget-friendly price points. It is clear that Nvidia is taking aim at AMD's low-cost Radeon RX 460 and 470 video cards.
Western Digital has finally committed to the solid state drive market with its new WD Green and WD Blue SSD lines. We tested the WD Blue SSD 1TB to see if it can make room for itself in the crowded hard drive market.
HP has launched major update of four key products in its high-end Envy and Spectre line, just in time for the holiday buying season. The new systems look quick on paper, and the laptops boast huge batteries.
Oculus Connect 3 is the company's major annual conference. This year, we expect to see it announce official pricing and release details for the Oculus Touch controllers, but there might be surprises in store.