Intel Optane DIMMs are finally coming, but we'll have to wait until the second half of 2018. Hopefully we'll hear more details in early 2018.
Oculus announced a $199 untethered, standalone HMD powered by previous-gen hardware. Why? John Carmack elaborates.
Tom's Hardware worked with kids to teach them how to build a PC. We put it all on video as part of our STEM Camp initiative.
Google announced some incremental updates to its Daydream View VR HMD, including some tweaks to the optics.
We’re hearing from sources that AMD’s AIB partners have found several issues with Vega chips that prevent them from creating custom cards for now.
Some media outlets are reporting that GlobalFoundries is working with Tesla on AI technology for its cars.
Tom's Hardware Italy's Bruno Gulotta was killed in the Barcelona terrorist attack yesterday. Here is our memorial to him.
Here's a video on how to make a solar eclipse viewer. Especially fun for kids, and a great way to educate them on science.
Mainstream augmented reality still needs a kick in the pants, and startup Mira hopes that its iPhone-based Prism AR headset is just the momentum starter.
Analogix Semiconductor, Dell, LG, and Tencent revealed plans for ICVR, or "Interface for Connected VR," in an attempt to standardize the physical connectivity of VR HMDs.
A conversation with Playful's CEO about his company's new games, the state of VR, and the future of mixed reality.
From a case that looks like a Donkey Kong arcade console to a chassis that's large enough to fit two computers inside, these are the most innovative PC designs from Computex 2017.
Intel showed off its WiGig module for the HTC Vive. It's intriguing, but it also seems a bit far off.
Bitfenix demonstrated the Enso PC case at Computex. It's a fairly standard mid-tower case that adds RGB and tempered glass.
Calyos is getting closer to shipping NSG-SO, a PC case that makes use of phase change cooling technology.