Microsoft released Windows 10 Preview Build 17639 for Skip Ahead testers. Along with the expected bug fixes and known issues, this build brings improvements to a new interface element called “Sets” that places UWP and some classic Windows apps in tabbed
With the imminent arrival of new desktop chips from AMD, we take a look at what Intel's response might be--and what 9th Gen Core needs to stay competitive.
HP has launched a completely redesigned line of ZBook notebooks as well as a 27” entry for its DreamColor professional monitors.
Tom's Hardware is returning to PAX East and joining EVGA during its livestream from the annual event.
Google employees are outraged that the company is developing AI technology for Pentagon's drone operations, warning about misuse. At the same time, over 50 academics and AI expert started to boycott KAIST over its own development of killer robots.
Valve stated that Steam Machines have not been officially discontinued and that it is still committed to developing SteamOS and Linux as a gaming platform.
A UK-based hobbyist started a Kickstarter campaign to bring his Ncore V1 water block to production. The V1 is designed to directly cool delidded processors and even has a delidding tool built into its bracket.
Everything that has been happening since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke out.
Several graphics cards OEMs have released lower-performing versions of the Nvidia GT 1030 that swap the GDDR5 memory of the reference spec for slower DDR4.
We want to know: what your favorite RPGs, Soundtracks, and Simulator games?
Microsoft agreed to dismiss its own lawsuit involving a U.S. warrant for data stored in Ireland. The company made this move after supporting the CLOUD Act, which recently became law.
Adata announces 2nd SM2262 NVMe SSD, this one with a heatsink and ample performance.
Our sister site, Laptop Mag, has been busy testing the first Coffee Lake gaming laptops. We look at the early performance numbers to see what they tell us.
Intel announced the latest Coffee Lake-H processors in the wee hours of the morning, and OEMs were quick to reveal their latest-and-greatest laptops equipped with the new CPUs.
Bitmain is a small company from China that makes ASIC miners for cryptocurrencies, and it’s about to be every gamer’s best friend. The company today announced the Antminer E3, which is an ASIC miner that was engineered for mining Ethereum.
Although Intel previously said that it would issue the Spectre patch for some decade-old CPUs, the company said that is no longer possible.
Tor Messenger will shut down, as the Tor Project team learned that it can't solve its metadata leak problem and also because of a lack of funds.
WorldViz today announced that its multi-user virtual reality presentation software is now available to all businesses. The company also revealed the VizBox, an all-in-one, portable VR presentation system for off-site demonstrations.
Powered by a i7-8750H CPU and a GTX 1070 Max-Q GPU, the laptop has adequate gaming horsepower for its 15”, 144Hz, 1080p screen, yet isn’t too unwieldy.
EVGA is one of the few OEMs that aren’t flooding the market with a heft of new Intel 300-series motherboards, but it did come to the Coffee Lake party with its new H370 Stinger.