The new standard has 77.4 Gbps bandwidth and supports ultra-high end virtual reality applications.
The Raspberry Pi 4 is now on sale for $35. The new single-board computer offers faster performance and several new features compared to the Raspberry Pi 3.
It turns out that many GPS devices, and the systems that depend on GPS timing, have a Y2K-like bug that may cause malfunctions on April 6.
Trend Micro antivirus software offers unbeatable protection and a good slate of extra features, but heavily taxes the CPU during scans.
Here's what you need to know about USB 4, which promises to deliver faster transfer speeds than previous USB versions.
New Nvidia AI technology defies belief by creating 100% realistic synthetic humans, cats, and even cars.
Product filings with the Eurasian Economic Commision point at five new computer models running macOS 10.14.
Huawei is working on a new foldable phone that the company's chief executive says, could replace your computer.
Apple is reportedly ditching Intel chips on Macs for its own starting in 2020, which represents a huge shift in strategy and for consumers.
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HP is recalling batteries from several of its brands, including Pavilion and Envy, which could lead to fires.
The Asus Tinker Board is a tiny PC that offers twice the memory of Raspberry Pi and supports 4K video.
From towering, sci-fi-inspired desktops to ridiculously slim laptops, here are some of the wildest and sexiest gaming PCs out there.
Intel jammed a computer into a chassis the size of a credit card that will allow you to easily upgrade your smart home devices with ease.
The Dell Canvas 27 connects to existing PCs while providing touch and pen input, plus a Totem that works like the Surface Dial.
Intel is partnering with Mobileye and Delphi to provide fast Core i7 processors to self-driving cars.
The Dell Smart Desk looks a lot like Microsoft's Surface Studio, right down to the dial, but it leverages two screens instead of one.