PC vendors are charging ridiculous amounts when you try to add more RAM or storage at purchase.
Intel's new Comet Lake-S chips appear to be yet another disappointing update that will push users to AMD's Ryzen 3000-series chips.
Intel’s 10th Gen CPU naming convention may be more confusing to consumers who aren’t in the know about specs.
SSDs are astonishingly affordable these days, and I expect to see even better prices around Amazon Prime Day. Keep an eye out.
What do you think of the state of VR? Have you bought in yet, or still in wait and see mode? Let us know in the forums.
Microsoft didn't put its focus on Windows 10 at Build 2019, but that doesn't mean you should worry about the fate of the operating system.
Using a Raspberry Pi could change your tech life. Here's how owning a Raspberry Pi could be great for you.
In an era where people have smart phones and laptops, portable desktops that you can plug into a dock make no sense at all. So why do companies keep making them?
Are G-Sync and FreeSync worth the investment? How does it compare to 4K? Which refresh rate tech is better? Let us know your thoughts.
Is there a specific graphics card that pushed the pixels through your favorite era of gaming? For me it was the GTX 560 Ti. Tell us about your favorite.
PC makers big and small haven’t kept up with recent SSD trends. It’s time for them to do better so we can all get the speedy, roomy boot drive we deserve.
We think 2019 will have plenty of tech surprises, both good and bad. Our predictions include 5G hype and AMD hitting back hard against both Intel and Nvidia.
In 2019, we expect SSD prices to continue to drop while capacities increase thanks to the shift to QLC and 96-layer NAND. Will prices consistently drop below 10 cents per GB?
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