NVIDIA's cloud game streaming service is finally available to everyone. Here's why you should sign up.
Xiaomi launched the RedmiBook back in May, and the notebook is now getting an update with Intel's latest chips and two new color options.
Corsair has debuted its latest gaming keyboard at Gamescom. The K57 RGB Wireless leverages the company's Slipstream tech to deliver sub-1ms wireless connectivity over 2.4GHz.
Microsoft SMS Organizer leverages machine learning to automatically sort messages based on context, and it has a dark theme.
The RT2600ac and MR2200ac offer robust connectivity on their own, and when connected as a mesh system they do a fantastic job extending the range of your existing home network.
The RedmiBook 14 features an eighth-gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 512GB SSD, and NVIDIA's GeForce MX250 GPU, all for just $725.
Corsair's FPS/MOBA gaming mice receive updates — say hello to the Glaive RGB Pro and the Ironclaw RGB Wireless.
Intel's 9th-gen laptop processors are here, and they bring 5GHz cores, Wi-Fi 6, Optane, and so much more.
NVIDIA brings Turing to the sub-$200 segment, and GTX 16 series cards are making their way to over 80 laptop models.
AMD is readying special editions of Radeon VII and Ryzen 7 2700X for its 50th anniversary, with the launch slated for April 29.
Ubisoft has announced that it is giving away Assassin's Creed Unity for free until April 25 and donating €500,000 toward Notre-Dame's restoration efforts.
NVIDIA's GeForce GTX 1650 could be the most affordable Turing-based card yet, with the GPU set to retail for $149 on April 23.
NVIDIA announced last month that it was bringing ray tracing to GeForce GTX cards, and the manufacturer is now rolling out the feature in the latest Game Ready driver update.
NVIDIA has announced at GDC that it is teaming up with Unity and Unreal to integrate its ray tracing technology into both game engines.
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