Windows 7 is all the rage recently, and rightly so. The soon to be released operating system is considered to be what Windows Vista should have been.
Laptops and small computing devices get stolen on a daily basis. People traveling through airport terminals on a frequent basis know this very well. Your data is at risk when you're mobile.
If you've been computing for a decade or longer, you'll know that there have been many companies that have come and go.
We here at Tom's Hardware have been playing games for a really long time. Long before graphics was considered "graphics," we were already gaming.
Learning is a key here at Tom's Hardware. We strive to give you the latest tech info on a daily basis. However, once in a while, it's good to share and have some fun with tech too.
Gigabyte's regional finals wrapped up today. Competitors prepare for the grand finale this June in Taiwan.
The competition is kicking along now, and we have a preliminary winner for Super PI: Jeremiah L. Allen or Miahallen. Congratulations for taking the Super PI numbers.
Today Gigabyte kicks off its regional finals for its world-wide overclocking competition. The regional finals is occurring in the Los Angeles area today and tomorrow.
This week's hot news is going to be a little different. We're inviting you to help us test out a new tool called JogTheWeb designed for wrap ups.
There's no doubt about it: one of the best ways to boost your computer's performance, is to upgrade your hard drive to a cutting edge solid state drive (SSD).
This week D-Link announced a new product called the DXN-221, which allows users to run Ethernet over existing coax cabling throughout their homes.
There's something to be said about holding up a good book or a good magazine and flipping through the pages.
The latest graphics cards, CPUs, motherboards, overclocking tricks, storage devices--we try our best to have these covered in a consistent and reliable manner.
There's no doubt that many enthusiasts are waiting to see what the final version of Microsoft's Windows 7 operating system will look like when shipped.
There are a lot of things that make Apple a great business, but then, there are a lot of things that people don't like about Apple either.
Gamers have been trading virtual gear for the longest time. Farming is also an everyday part of MMO life.
With all the commotion circling around Time Warner Cable and other companies, it's no surprise that customers and enthusiasts are up in arms over connection caps.
If you thought that the debacle over ISP net caps was just starting to boil, then you'll be even more surprised to hear that the issue has now landed on the front doors of Congress.
Microsoft has been slapped with a fine of approximately $11.8 million for price fixing its popular Office Home and Student 2007 suite at a recent retail promotion.