Archive for May, 2017
These additions will make it easier for the company to detect phishing attempts, fight malware that spreads via attachments, let businesses make sure internal data stays within their control, and warn users when they're visiting a suspicious website.
EK Water Blocks revealed the Fluid Gaming series of full loop water cooling kits during Computex. EKWB’s new water cooling lineup offers an affordable way jump into the world of custom water cooling.
There are also ability modifications for McRee, Reaper, and Roadhog in the game's PTR version.
Hot on the heels of its 25th Anniversary COSMOS II chassis announcement, Cooler Master has rolled out updated versions of its classic HAF and COSMOS II chassis.
Oculus announced that you can now stream your Gear VR experience to any Chromecast-enabled device. Now you can share Gear VR as a social experience.
Hot on the heels of the official announcement about the forthcoming “Always Connected” Qualcomm Snapdragon 835-based Windows 10 laptops, Intel made its own “Always On” PC announcement.
We expected an abundance of new X299 Basin Falls motherboards here at Computex 2017, and ASUS didn't disappoint. The company released seven new motherboards in the ROG, TUF and Prime families
In a day and age when tempered glass, RGB lighting, and futuristic designs are all the rage, it is refreshing to see a company take a more contemporary approach.
Here at Computex, Asus unveiled a new high-resolution HDR gaming monitor called the ROG Swift PG35VQ.
When it comes to wireless gaming mice, there are three general problems: wireless input lag, weight, and battery life. With its Concept Zeus, Corsair is planning to solve at least one of those by adding Qi charging to a mousepad and a new wireless mouse.