We predict what's going to be hot, and what's not, in GPUs in 2019.
Will virtual reality finally hit its stride in 2019? Check out our predictions for consumer VR gaming in the New Year.
Arm-powered Windows PCs sound like a good idea on paper, but so far the systems are too slow to justify their high prices.
The RTX 2070 marks the third and most-affordable entry in Nvidia's Turning lineup. But with no games that support ray tracing or DLSS, we're missing a big part of the performance puzzle.
Though USB Type-C is a universal charging and docking standard, Microsoft left this key connection off of its Surface Pro 6 and Surface Laptop 2.
The Oculus Quest is an exercise in carefree exploration that shows if nothing else, that virtual reality isn't dead (for now).
With Nvidia's high-priced RTX cards and not-quite-ready features, AMD could make big gains in the GPU market in 2019. But can Team Red deliver?
With Whiskey Lake, Intel has yet another set of 8th Gen chips. It’s getting to the point where it’s confusing for potential buyers.
Some enthusiasts are upset about the price of the Nvidia RTX 2080 / 2070, but the opportunity cost of sticking with old technology is higher.
Now that SSD prices are falling and capacities are increasing thanks to QLC and Chinese flash, I’m ready to ditch the hard drive for good.
New York is in the right to kick Spectrum out, but without competition, subscribers have to wonder what happens next.
How would you like a stiff keyboard and dim screen on your $1,400 ThinkPad? As my experience shows, Lenovo has some serious quality control and customer service issues.
When it came time for this tech journalist to spend his money, I went with one that offers the best combo of portability and productivity.
Creepy new AI features from Google finish your sentences in email and make human-sounding phone calls on your behalf. But whose voice is it, really?
Long-time PC enthusiast Joel Durham explains why he hasn't jumped on today's Virtual Reality wave--and why he's still hopeful about its future.
Managing Editor Matt Safford explains why he ditched his 28-inch monitor for a 49-inch Sony HDR UHDTV and isn't looking back.