Tom's Hardware is returning to PAX East and joining EVGA during its livestream from the annual event.
We recap the GDC 2018 highlights, including multiple VR hardware announcements, ray tracing initiatives from AMD and Nvidia, and Atari's VCS PC/console.
Nvidia didn’t announce a new gaming graphics card at GDC, but it did give gamers a glimpse of the future with a new ray-tracing technology that runs on Microsoft’s new DirectX Raytracing (DXR) API.
The Tom's Hardware team pounded the pavement in Taipei to bring you the best, most interesting, and most promising products and technology from Computex 2017.
A unified gaming settings tab and the introduction of an achievement overlay are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of features coming to Windows 10 PCs and the Xbox One, respectively.
Epic Games also released the Robo Recall Mod Kit to let people create their own weapons, maps, and characters at no cost.
They call it the Blackbird. It looks like a dune buggy with a fancy camera rig on top, and in truth, that’s kind of what it is, but that’s not what it’s for.
We revisited "Island 359," and this time we brought another weapon: Our tracked feet, with which we curb stomped a bunch of dinos into oblivion.
Survios' locomotion system should make you nauseous, but the studio's modification make it user-friendly in a game that is all about speed.
The first-person shooter from 4A Games is exciting, but the lack of free movement might deter fans from trying.
Nvidia isn't waiting around to see what AMD's Vega can do. Instead, it's taking the wraps off of GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, based on the same GP102 processor as the $1,200 Titan X.
During the AMD Capsaicin and Cream event at GDC, Survios revealed its next game, "Sprint Vector," and a new locomotion technique to go with it.