Microsoft has confirmed it won't provide Windows 10 updates such as the Creators Update to hardware that's no longer supported by its manufacturer, a policy that puts all older hardware at risk.
An inadvertent slip of a key Core i9-7920X spec suggests that Intel's next CPU could cede ground to AMD.
Android O's team of engineers did a Reddit AMA. Here are the most interesting things we learned.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, we talk Threadripper pricing, AMD's budget-friendly Ryzen 3 chips, and what Vega Frontier Edition means for consumer Radeon RX graphics cards.
All of Doom's DLC is now free: Nine maps, three guns, three playable demons, and a grab bag of other features.
Newegg has slashed prices on some of its Rosewill accessories down to $0. That is, if you file the rebates.
Telltale's 2017 is all about superheroes as Guardians of the Galaxy and Batman finish out the year, but we'll see new Walking Dead and Wolf Among Us in 2018.
Google has officially killed off the Google Now name, replacing it with a smarter, more personalized feed that aims to deliver only the most relevant information to your phone.
For less than $60, the APC Back-UPS Connect will keep your home network up and running for a few hours during a storm.
If you're looking for a new fitness tracker, AT&T has some nice sales on Fitbit devices right now.
Microsoft's free Windows 10 Creators Update has finally arrived. Here's everything you need to know, from features to launch date details.
Alexa is ready for her debut on the HTC's flagship U11, the first phone to offer true hands-free support for Amazon's assistant.
Don't buy an AM4 motherboard for your AMD Ryzen processor until you read this.
Plus: Just Cause 3 goes multiplayer, Wolfenstein gives you a glimpse of Nazified America with "German...or Else!" and Tony Hawk HD announces its impending expiration date.
Oculus is selling the Rift VR headset with bundled Touch controllers for $399 through the summer, and $499 after that