Amazon's cold war against Steam continues—Prime members can claim the Dark-Souls-crossed-with-Zelda game Titan Souls anytime before May 24.
Not only can you get Anker's wireless ergonomic mouse for just $15 today, but the company's compact Bluetooth keyboard is also on sale for $17 right now.
Dish subscribers can now turn their television experience into a lean back, hands-free experience—if they have the right Amazon Echo device, that is.
The problem with Android apps on Chrome OS? The windows.
Windows 10 S is Microsoft's answer to Chromebooks in schools, but you'll be able to buy it too. Here's everything you need to know.
HP's Envy 13 wants to steal users from the MacBook Air and the upcoming Surface Laptop. Comparing specs, it certainly offers more for the money.
HP's Spectre x2 packs a 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPU, Iris graphics, and a higher-res screen and lower price than the aging Surface Pro 4.
With 16 cores on tap, AMD's Threadripper just might be the fastest consumer CPU ever sold.
Plus: Destiny 2 will be sold through Battle.net, Devolver adds yet another E3 press conference to the pile, and ZeniMax broadens its lawsuits to include Samsung. This is gaming news for May 15 to 19.
Though Linux is now a downloadable app within the Microsoft ecosystem, it provides access at too low of a level to work with Windows 10 S, Microsoft says.
A new tool, calleed wanawiki, helps defeat the WannaCry ransomware on older Windows PCs by reconstructing the unlock key.
A consumer blogger cuts the cord and installs ultra-fast broadband. Here’s what he learned.
These are the twelve Android apps that Google saw fit to honor in 2017.
Microsoft has moved the navigation elements of OneNote to the left-hand rail on most versions, to benefit accessibility tools like screen readers.
Destiny 2 is coming to PCs, and it doesn't sound like a half-assed port. Here's what PC gamers need to know about 4K support, cross-saves, remappable keys, and more.