With Nvidia’s new flagship GPU hitting stores (and quickly selling out), the company released a new driver update exclusively for GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards.
Microsoft will reportedly announce a new console at E3, along with VR titles and Oculus Rift support, but how will they upgrade and improve the Xbox One's core architecture?
Corsair has introduced its new custom-built kit of Dominator Platinum memory modules, which are specifically designed for ASUS ROG motherboards. The new DDR4 modules contain an exclusive SPD profile, which is only available on select...Show More Summary
EVGA revealed a brand new cooler that will debut with the company’s first overclocked GTX 1080 models. The ACX 3.0 cooler offers additional heatpipes and a more efficient heatsink design. The company also launched a new version of the PrecisionX software.
Geil announced a new line of enthusiast-oriented DDR4 memory modules that are designed to overclock.
Gigabyte announced the launch of its ultra-thin and light gaming laptop, the Aero 14. The new notebook will be officially launched at Computex.
Microsoft and Facebook are teaming up to build the fastest transatlantic cable ever constructed, all in the name of driving cloud computing adoption and ensuring rapid response to customer needs.
In one of mankind's greatest technology triumphs since the beer cooler ice chest got wheels, the 2017 Honda Ridgeline pickup has turned the truck bed into a sound system with the addition of six speakers to the bed walls.
The GTX 1080 officially launches today, and the custom partner cards are being announced. Asus revealed two custom Strix models with Direct CU Cooling.
Zotac revealed its first GTX 1080 AIB graphics cards, the GTX 1080 AMP and AMP Extreme. Although the company has officially released pics and talked up the features, key specifications including the clock speeds and the price remain a mystery.
Fresh off the release of "Dirt Rally," Codemasters is back to the world of Formula 1 racing. "F1 2016" comes out sometime this summer.
Tesoro continues to remake itself with the announcement of infrared key switches, coming to a keyboard soon.
FSP this week announced its new series of redundant PSUs called the 'Twins'. The new power supplies are compatible with standard ATX and PS2 tower chassis, but provide redundancy capabilities and can thus enable building non-stop servers...Show More Summary
As Tom's Hardware celebrates 20 years, we share thoughts from all who served as Editor-in-Chief in the last two decades, including the founder and the man behind the site's name: Dr. Thomas Pabst.
A few weeks back we saw the announcement of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 1080. NVIDIA put the founders cards on sale first, with third-party cards set to be released later. As we approach the sale date of the 1080 we can now lift the covers on the solutions other vendors will be releasing. Show More Summary
Oracle lost its case against Google and Google's use of Java in Android yesterday. A jury found that Google's use of Java APIs in Android was considered fair use, despite Oracle's claims to the contrary.
A quirky mouse from a somewhat obscure company, the i-Rocks Golem M20E offers solid specs and a lightning bug-like lighting scheme.
Many PC and chassis makers these days are trying to address console gamers with computers that are as small as game consoles and fit into the living room design-wise, but which are considerably more powerful and can run games at ultra-high resolutions. Show More Summary
Google keeps a list that ranks smartphone OEMs based on how fast they push Android updates out to devices, and there are reports that it might make this list public.
Chipzilla slurps computer vision company Itseez to target autonomous cars Intel reduced to a component supplier to auto-makers? Don't rule it out, readers, or rate it a cut-rate fate for Chipzilla, because the company has just made a bet in just that field.…