In which we recap the week's news.
In preparation for Ryzen’s impending launch, OEMs have placed several AM4 motherboards up for pre-order. We now get a look at Gigabyte’s Aorus GA-AX370-Gaming K7 AM4 flagship, but you may not be able to pre-order it in your area.
Here's what you'll need to run the new "Mass Effect" game on your PC.
Razer issued a warning about a fake email going around that will deliver malware to your system.
The dev kits, which offer full finger tracking, thumb tracking, haptic feedback, and other features that are supposed to make VR experiences more immersive, will cost 1,000 EUR when they debut on March 1.
Because shopping for bargains on new computer hardware can be a considerably time consuming endeavor, we regularly compile a list of the best deals.
Build 15042 is primarily focused on bug fixes, but it also includes updates to the Microsoft Edge browser, its e-book reading experience, and a couple of new animations for the Cortana virtual assistant.
Colorful revealed its latest and greatest GTX 1080 model, the iGameGTX1080 X-TOP 8G Advanced. The X-TOP 8G Advanced card packs 150MHz factory overclock and a five-heat pipe cooling system.
Imagine a future where the visually impaired could see clearly thanks to technology. Now what if I told you that we might not be far from that reality? VR technology might be a glimpse at such a future.
Other companies should follow Samsung's lead in helping people manage their private data with easy-to-use tools.