With RGB components everywhere these days, we decided to explore the world of multi-colored PC lighting. To do that, we're cramming as much of it as we can into a PC controlled by Asus's Aura Sync software.
Nokia's update to the Withings Steel HR is more than just cosmetic, but the company lets one notable weakness to continue to ride.
Find the best Fitbit for your activity level and habits, without spending more than you need.
Intel's Hades Canyon NUC may be the size of a VHS tape, but it has some serious gaming chops.
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Reserve a website name before someone else beats you to it. Here's how to do that using a domain name registrar service.
Need a new gaming PC? Avoid astronomical component prices by skipping the DIY route and buying one of these pre-built desktop systems instead.
Whether you need just a few voice minutes or gobs of cheap data, choosing a plan through an alternative carrier—aka mobile virtual network operator (MVNO)—lets you stay on your preferred network while saving a ton of cash.
Looking to put more pep in your PC's step? These surprisingly cheap PC upgrades and accessories do the trick without breaking the bank.
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Amazon is ground zero for Black Friday deals, and we've carefully curated a selection of the best.
This year, you can put together a Ryzen-based gaming PC for just $370—and yes, it includes Windows.
Yes, that's right: Worthwhile tech deals have already begun rolling out. We'll keep updating this article with new ones as they emerge.
Laptops, processors, and video cards are on sale almost everywhere, but these particular deals will actually save you some real cash.
Under the hood, an Xbox One X is a collection of PC hardware. So we dug into current component prices to see if you can build a $500 system that matches its performance—and then we actually assembled and tested the PC.
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