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As we continue to play "catch up" on the bajillion (that's a technical term) products we saw at Computex this year, one that really stood out was be quiet's Limited Edition White Dark Base Pro 900 case.
Intel's X-series CPUs are coming, and if you want to take advantage of their multitudinous cores and threads, you'll need a new motherboard.
"Tunic" is an upcoming action adventure game which is heavily inspired by the "Zelda" franchise's early titles. "Tunic" heavily emphasizes exploration and puzzle solving. The combat requires precise timing, which will appeal to hardcore gamers.
Here's a look back at one of the gaming industry's largest tradeshows of the year.
In "Stifled", you navigate the darkness via echolocation. Using your mic, you can briefly outline the immediate area, but sounds will also alert your enemies.
Many companies are pushing for biometric authentication by adding iris scanners, facial recognition features, and fingerprint sensors to their products. Microsoft joined their ranks with the new Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID.
Cloudhead Games is hard at work developing the second installment of its episodic VR fantasy exploration game, "The Gallery." 'Episode 2" was supposed to be a spring release, but the developer needs more time to complete the title.
Dell's Alienware Area 51 will have options for AMD's Threadripper or Intel Skylake-X.
Logitech wants to address gamers' concerns with wireless mice with its new Powerplay charging technology and Lightspeed connection tech.
The European Parliament's (EP’s) Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs proposed that end-to-end encryption for electronic communications is necessary to protect European Union citizens' fundamental privacy rights and personal data.
MSI looks to make premium X99 boards more affordable.
It's not just Adomax that's teasing mechanical laptop keyboard designs; iOne had one on display at Computex that appears to be even thinner.
Who hasn't left "Pacific Rim" or "Voltron" with the desire to control a giant robot in a pitched battle for the sake of mankind? Nobody, and that's why Skydance Interactive made its upcoming VR game, "Archangel."
Intel's Akhilesh Kumar, the Skylake-SP CPU architect, penned a blog today announcing the company's new on-chip mesh architecture for its Xeon Scalable Processor platform.
AMD released Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.6.2 to fix performance issues in the recently released "DiRT 4."
It's been a little over a month since the WannaCry ransomware compromised more than 300,000 computers around the world. That appears to be just enough time for the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) to attribute the attack to North Korea.
Ubisoft’s latest naval game employs some familiar mechanics, but it’s still an enjoyable game.
"Forza Motorsport 7" was announced as part of the Xbox press conference, and yesterday we were treated to a behind-closed-doors meeting where we learned more about the game Turn 10 Studio’s plans for it, especially for the PC gaming crowd.
Samsung ramps up 64-layer V-NAND flash production and prepares new memory products for the second half of 2017.
VirZOOM's VZ Sense will turn any stationary bike into a VR exercise and gaming bike, for $99.