E3 2017 finally opened gaming's biggest expo to the public, but was the experience worth the money for fans?
Zotac had plenty of new wares on display at its booth at Computex, including new Zbox-branded mini PCs, a pocket-sized PC, and a new line of desktop systems.
At Computex, Intel showed off use cases for the Intel Compute Card and the types of devices it will power.
Intel’s Gregory Bryant showed off Intel’s plans for the future of data driven computing and powerful personal computers.
The Necromancer is finally coming back to the world of Sanctuary, and this time she can get up close and personal with enemies.
Middle-earth: Shadow of War innovates on the Nemesis system with orcish allies who can act as spies, siege fortresses and aid in battle.
Conan Exiles aims to bring a cohesive, lore-driven world to survival games, challenging players to explore the world’s mysteries.
Full Throttle was lightning in a bottle, and a Remastered version is on its way — even though it doesn’t really work yet.
Dandara throws traditional movement straight out the window, forcing its protagonist to traverse the world in gravity-defying diagonals.
Breath of the Wild feels different than any other Zelda game, but the puzzle-solving that put the series on the map is still at its core.
Songbringer adopts the Legend of Zelda formula, with the magic of procedural generation to keep things fresh, playthrough after playthrough.
Yacht Club games is bringing out a whole DLC expansion for Shovel Knight, to celebrate its launch on the Nintendo Switch.
From Other Suns is a VR sci-fi shooter that’s just as much about managing your very own starship as it is about blasting apart robots.
Rock Band VR drops perfectionist note-by-note shredding, but its innovative, intense single-player rock-star fantasy might just be worth it.
Augmented Empire is a cyberpunk RPG in VR, which combines an intuitive control scheme with an unorthodox premise and an attractive art style.
While the latest ZenWatch is a step up from previous Asus models, Samsung's latest smartwatch is the one that sets the standard.
From Lenovo's wild Yoga Book, to a simply stunning smartwatch, to a fitness tracker that measures body fat, these are the best new products from IFA 2016.
Osmo Mobile features a gimbal with 3-axis stabilization which should help you shoot smoother-looking videos with your smartphone's camera.
Are your kids heading off to college? There's no easier and inexpensive way to stay in touch than by using Skype. Here's how to get started with Microsoft's video and audio calling app.
If you're packing up for college, you may be wondering if you need to take a printer along. Here's what you need to know to make that decision, along with some student-friendly printer recommendations.
Amazon Inspire, a free online marketplace for teaching materials, may help underfunded schools give kids a better education.
With MSI's VR backpack, you can finally explore virtual reality the way it was meant to be, fast and untethered.
Soon, third-party devices such as HTC's Vive will be able to run the same Windows Holo apps that power Microsoft's Hololens. Could less expensive headsets be on the way?
Check out some of the most helpful family calendars and organizers available for Android and iOS devices.
The HD 451, 461 and 471 headphones provide Sennheiser's signature sound quality in no-nonsense packages.
A prototype all-in-one PC from Intel has navigation that appears to float in front of the screen and uses bursts of air to provide tactile feedback.
We take a closer look at the MemoryMirror from Memomi, which incorporates Intel's RealSense technology to let you try on different colors without ever changing clothes.
We scoured the show at Computex Taipei to find the cream of this year's crop of the latest and greatest tech gadgets.