Plus: Todd Howard says "never say never" about another third-party Fallout, and August's releases (We Happy Few, Two Point Hospital, No Man's Sky NEXT) get new trailers. This is gaming news for July 16 to 20.
At the Inspire conference this week, Microsoft's Yusuf Mehdi told attendees that it wants to win back consumers. But to do so will require new products and services, not just marketing.
Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft have teamed on the Data Transfer Project, a new, secure way to let users share their files and photos between online services. But where's Apple?
Unitek's portable USB 3.0 4-port high speed hub is just $3.50 today using a promo code, a sharp discount from its $8 list price.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we get geek out over Intel's Core i7-8086K with Steve Burke from Gamers Nexus.
The Thermaltake Riing 12 Trio's fans can shine in 16.8 million colors, controlled by Amazon Alexa or Razer Chroma.
MSI's RX 580 8G V1 is $230 after a $30 rebate at Amazon, plus you get a $25 gift card.
How AMD and Nvidia's adaptive sync (aka variable refresh rate) monitors improve PC gaming by eliminating stuttering, tearing, and ghosting.
These graphically intense PC games crank the eye candy to 11—and make your PC sweat while they're at it.
Video doorbells maintain a continuous watch over the most important part of your property but which one is best? We take a look at the field.
This avant-garde approach to smart home control needs refinement.
Google's Android engineers held their annual Reddit AMA yesterday. Here are the coolest things we learned.
HP's Sprocket Printer is a very small, battery-powered printer that lets you make happy snaps for your friends. It has a steep $40 discount today.
The Xbox Ultimate Game Sale is on now, and there are quite a few good PC gaming deals to be had including Forza Motorsport 7, Gears of War 4, Everspace, Tacoma, and Resident Evil 7.
Looking to build the ultimate PC? If price is no object, this is the hardware you want, from Intel's bleeding-edge Optane 900P SSD to Nvidia's Titan V.