Matt Safford investigates what we think we know about Nvidia's next-generation cards, and wonders if any of it matters--if the cards aren't affordable, anyway.
Joel Durham looks at personal data security in the wake of Facebook's latest data blunder. What he finds isn't exactly reassuring.
Managing Editor Matt Safford defends his post-apocalyptic steampunk village against the evil dead in “They Are Billions.”
Furniture brand OFM sat us down to discuss its latest entry into the gaming chair market, the Respawn 205.
Now that it's clear Google isn't buying HTC, nor the Vive wing of its business, this might be Palmer Luckey’s chance to jump back into the VR indusry.
There's been some confusion floating around about the packaging of AMD’s new GPU. New issues continue to arise, and we'll help sort it out.
Available in a variety of configurations and even two materials, Luna Design's DNK-H case brings style and value pricing to the mini PC market. We compare it to two complete solutions.
Digital Storm's Aura is stunning gaming AIO. Ours came configured with an Intel Core i7-6700K, a 34-inch curved display, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition GPU.
The Alcatel Idol 4S is the first smartphone to be bundled with a VR headset. Does this pair have what it takes to deliver an exceptional mobile VR experience?
We’ve seen the Avant P870DM-G somewhere before (or at least something almost identical to it). AVADirect's interpretation of Clevo's shell is as close to the original as it gets, with an Intel Core i7-6700K and GeForce GTX 980 in a $2700 laptop.
It’s not a laptop. It’s not a desktop. It’s an Airtop, CompuLab’s fanless living room and office small form factor PC.
The Aorus X7 Pro v5 is a thin and sleek laptop boasting two Nvidia GeForce GTX 970Ms in SLI. Does is it have what it takes to contend with high-end desktop replacements, though?
MSI sent us its enormous GT80S Titan, an 18.4-inch laptop featuring an Intel Core i7-6920HQ, 32 GB of DDR4 memory and two Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics modules in SLI.
As Tom's Hardware celebrates 20 years, we share thoughts from all who served as Editor-in-Chief in the last two decades, including the founder and the man behind the site's name: Dr. Thomas Pabst.
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