The Urban T81 is a full-tower modular chassis that features excellent airflow and the ability to accommodate the largest of radiators or custom liquid-cooled solutions.
A final version of Windows 8.1 Update 1 has leaked through Microsoft’s official update servers.
Nokia is expected to continue focusing on Windows Phone-based hardware despite dipping its toes in Android’s openness recently, and the next WP handheld is likely called Lumia 630.
Microsoft is set to launch a low-cost version of Windows 8.1 called “Windows 8.1 with Bing” that will be bundled in low-cost devices.
Apple may be looking to phase out the non-Retina MacBook Pro in favor of an all Retina lineup.
Microsoft is set to unveil a new version of DirectX five years after the launch of DirectX 11.
Nvidia’s newest SoC backs some impressive specs, but its unwieldy power draw will keep it from being a Qualcomm killer.
Batman: Arkham Knight will be the conclusion to Rocksteady’s trilogy of Batman games in the Arkham series.
MSI has announced its first motherboard for AMD’s new low power processors.
Microsoft's Phil Spencer has recently Tweeted that a new unannounced exclusive game will be coming to the Xbox One later this year. What could it be?
A dev at Respawn Entertainment has confirmed that the high-profile mech-shooter Titanfall won't hit 1080p on Xbox One.
With an enormous 6-inch full-HD screen combined with a Snapdragon 800 and 2 GB RAM the Lumia 1520 is one of the fastest devices you can buy today.
It appears that Bethesda's upcoming next-gen reboot of the classic Wolfenstein series will be on equal footing on both consoles, thus circumventing yet another "resolution gate" rivalry.
AMD seems to be getting ahead of itself in trying to bring Android to its mobile-centric APUs.
Codenamed “Saltbay”, Intel’s reference designs give a peek at what Merrifield-based phones might look like.
You might want to get a larger SSD before Titanfall launches on March 11.
The Antec HCP-1300 Platinum is a highly efficient modular PSU that delivers 1300W of continuous power.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says he would recommend the board to take a $19 billion buyout offer for BlackBerry Messenger.
Blackberry’s latest (final?) attempt at a comeback starts at 2014’s Mobile World Congress, where John Chen, the company’s Executive Chairman and CEO, has taken the wraps off two new low-cost, mid-range smartphones.
The Gear Fit is a fitness tracker that offers similar functionality to the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches.