Xbox isn't just for consoles anymore. A dedicated Xbox gaming laptop would let Microsoft flex its muscles and showcase the PC gaming innovations it's helping to drive forward.
Apple's new iPad Pro family is impressive, but it still won't kill the PC. The PC is selling in record numbers, and the iPad Pro is actually looking more and more like a PC with each generation.
Windows 10's Microsoft Store app has been a disaster for nearly a decade, but hope might be on the horizon.
Windows 10's Timeline is losing its cross-device sync, a killer productivity feature, and I'm crushed.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we discuss AMD's long-awaited Ryzen 5000G APUs with Radeon graphics, and gloomy graphics card news from Nvidia.
60-percent mechanical keyboards are all the rage right now, and the K65 RGB Mini is Corsair's latest take on the trend.
Real-time ray tracing support on AMD Radeon GPUs just came to Cyberpunk 2077, and without a DLSS-like upscaling feature, they struggle even at 1080p resolution.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we debate the value of the new Core i9-11900K flagship processor and discuss Intel's future trajectory.
Someone's already reviewed the 11th gen Core i7, and how to buy hard to get hardware
In this episode of The Full Nerd, AMD levels up its PC gaming hardware.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we talk about new graphics cards you probably can’t buy anytime soon.
Fry’s Electronics, with its bright lights and endless aisles of technology, was a pilgrimage for PC nerds, a bonding experience, and a place for the tribe to gather. All of the stores closed as of February 24, 2021, marking the end of an era.
Google's recent changes to Photos suggests that the company is moving toward offering its software as a service. It could shed its Pixel phones and instead sell an Android launcher that worked on any phone, with a subscription for Android updates.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we dissect whether or not Ryzen CPUs are really failing at an apocalyptic rate, and explain why Nvidia is bringing back the 5 year-old GTX 1050 Ti.
Have you fallen down the rabbit hole of being a hardware stalker, fan or stan? Here's how to tell.