NComputing ported its vSpace virtualization technology to Chrome OS, effectively enabling Windows 10 to run on Chromebooks in a virtual machine.
Asus unveiled four new X99 motherboards decked out with numerous enthusiast-oriented features including, RGB lighting.
SilverStone's has a new low-profile CPU cooler designed as a step up from Intel's stock cooler for compact PCs.
Nintendo revealed the projected launch window for its upcoming "NX" gaming console, but not much else is known about the company's next video game platform.
Gigabyte announced that it will release five new motherboards in May that are targeted at the enthusiast market.
Following Intel's IDF16 in Shenzhen, China, reports swirled that Intel "announced" Apollo Lake. However, that was a mischaracterization.
Canonical announced that it will introduce Ubuntu 16.04 and provide LTS over the next five years for the OS.
Corning announced its new Vibrant Gorilla Glass, which can contain colorful printed images to help companies decorate their devices.
As part of its ongoing strategy to provide broadband Internet in every home in America, the FCC made an addendum to the Lifeline service that covers Internet acess.
The idea of creating a modular motherboard is theoretically possible and would have significant advantages.
As part of Nintendo's strategy to expand into the smartphone market, the company just released its first piece of smartphone software: Miitomo.
Razer released a new capture card designed to work with the latest generation of gaming consoles. The Ripsaw capture card is able to record game data in full 1080p resolutions at 60 FPS.
Acer made a new chromebook available for pre-order today boasting exceptional battery life and an extended feature set relative to its older chromebooks.
Intel's Skylake architecture and corresponding platform represent a huge evolution in connectivity, overclocking and, ultimately, system performance. This resource should help answer any questions you have about the company's current desktop PC design.
We take a look at how the technology behind virtual reality has evolved over the last fifty years, leading up to the release of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
Intel killed off its well known “tick-tock” design cadence known in favor of a new extended development scheme.
Bethesda will release the first add-on for "Fallout 4" on March 22, bringing new quests, enemies and companions to the Commonwealth Wasteland.
To attract game developers seeking to use the Vulkan API, Imagination announced a new version of its PowerVR SDK with support for Vulkan.