Custom cooled AMD Radeon RX 480 GPUs are on their way, and Powercolor is leading the charge with its Radeon Red Devil RX 480.
China prepares a new Internet policy that bans ad-blocking software and hardware, but the policy also comes with strict government regulation of advertisements.
Skype announced that it would end support for all Windows-based smartphones and older versions of Android.
Biostar typically sticks to mid-range Nvidia GPUs such as the GeForce GTX 950. This time, however, the company has set its eyes on the high end with a new GeForce GTX 1080.
Valve prepares to take action against third-party sites using its in-game trade systems for gambling operations.
Nintendo’s stock price has risen sharply, roughly 25 percent, following the release of Pokemon Go on July 6. This jump may reshape the company's strategy in the future.
Zotac is putting the final touches on two compact GeForce GTX 1060 Mini and AMP Edition graphics cards.
Asus announced that its ZenBook Flip UX360CA, which has been available for some time in Asian markets, is now for sale in the U.S.
In 1993, the TOP500 began to publish a list of the world's most powerful supercomputers. With these records we look at how supercomputers have evolved over the last 23 years.
CyberPowerPC unveiled its new Arcus AIO gaming PC line, which features GPU options such as AMD’s Radeon RX 480 and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080.
MSI announced new revisions of its B150M Mortar and B150M Bazooka motherboards, which will be sold as the “B150M Morar Arctic” and “B150 Bazooka Plus,” respectively.
Samsung announced a new 2-in-1 PC called the “Notebook 7 spin” that will be available in both 15.6- and 13-inch models, and as the name suggests, it will come with a rotatable display.
Canonical announced that it has helped to push out the Snap universal software package to numerous other Linux distros to ease the spread of Linux software.
AMD CEO Lisa Su gave us an early glimpse at the company's new Polaris RX GPUs. Although we got details on the RX 480 GPU before, AMD is now introducing the RX 470 and RX 460 graphics cards.
TeamGroup announced that it has an entire line of DDR4 RAM modules that will launch as part of the company’s new T-Force product line.
Avexir partnered with Asus to create its first series of Tesla RAM modules, which are red and branded with the ROG emblem, but the company is now releasing a new line of Tesla DIMMs that are green.