Digging through current ebay pricing and real-world performance, Nvidia's 2014-era GTX 970 emerges as a value champ.
AMD has announced the global availability of its Threadripper Pro chips and the accompanying WRX80 motherboards.
Samsung announced TVs with AMD's most advanced FreeSync, as well as a mini LED version of the Odyssey G9 monitor.
Intel reportedly said its Rocket Lake-S processors will officially debut on March 30 after several retailers sold units early.
Martin O'Hanlon creates a 3D printed soldering jig to save time when soldering up multiple Raspberry Pi Picos
MSI has officially released new BIOS updates for its entire Z490 update with optimizations to support PCIe Gen 4.0 on Rocket Lake CPUs.
This new Kickstarter from audio and accessory maker Movo is promising to slim down your desk real estate with a new condenser microphone that has a built-in webcam and ring light.
Palit recently registered several new Nvidia P106 graphics cards with the Eurasian Economics Commission (EEC).
Intel discontinues the Performance Tuning Protection Plan program that protects its CPUs during overclocking.
For a limited time at Best Buy, you can save up to $300 across a range of powerful gaming laptops, with prices starting from just $849.
Graphics card manufacturers have reportedly discontinued their GeForce RTX 3090 GPUs with blower designs.
You make it—we love it! These are the best Raspberry Pi projects we've featured over the last month.
Right now, you can save over $600 on Dell and Alienware gaming PCs and laptops — starting from just $764!
German Retailer intentionally sells its full stock of 120 Core i7-11700K Rocket Lake CPUs well ahead of launch. Buyers leak benchmark results online.
Apple released a macOS update to address reports of USB-C docks bricking recent MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models.
Images released just a few days before announcement appear to show two new RX 6700 XT based cards from Asus.
Elecrow’s latest offering, Crowbits is a series of STEM-based learning kits that comes with plug-and-play magnetic blocks that lets kids build fun projects whilst learning how to code.
Some surprising facts about everyone's favorite single-board computer, in honor of its 9th anniversary.
Companies in China have reportedly purchased much of Japan’s used chip-making equipment to skirt U.S. restrictions.