From the birth of virtual reality to the rise of revolutionary graphics cards, this was the most powerful, noteworthy PC hardware released in 2016.
Quick, while it's still pure and unsullied! Here are the crucial tasks to perform on a new PC.
Start your new computer off right with solid security tools, productivity software, and other programs that every PC needs.
A recent article used PCPartPicker data to claim that loyal AMD CPU buyers aren't buying Radeon GPUs as frequently. Here's the truth.
These top-notch PC games are holding special festive events to get you in the holiday spirit.
VR finally became reality in 2016, and like any birth, it was both messy and magical.
Sling TV's leaked AirTV Player integrates the service's live TV streams with local broadcasts, Netflix, and more.
An Nvidia job posting reveals how the company's GeForce Experience giveaways works, and hints at forthcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and Club GeForce Elite announcements.
AMD's new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive overflows with features, from ReLive video recording tools to Radeon Chill, which keeps your graphics card cool and power-efficient.
PCWorld's Full Nerd podcast names the best CPUs, graphics cards, laptops, games, and more of 2016.
These crazy customized computers from master case modders don't look like computers whatsoever. And that's the point.
Sling TV's new cloud DVR feature was announced just in time for DirecTV Now's launch.
Nvidia and AMD hope to entice would-be graphics-card buyers with new GeForce and Radeon game bundles.
Hints of x86 software emulation on ARM processors have appeared in Windows 10.
4K video streams finally make their debut on PCs thanks to Netflix and Windows 10, but strict software and hardware limitations curb our enthusiasm.