The Samsung PM1643 SSD packs over 30TB of capacity, fast speeds, and impressive endurance ratings.
No, AMD won't give you a free CPU, but it it will loan you one to help update your BIOS to support its new Ryzen APU.
Intel's annual report claims that both customers and shareholders have filed numerous suits claiming they've been harmed by what Intel has or hasn't done regarding Spectre and Meltdown.
Microsoft's Cortana has added support for the IFTTT conditional platform plus a number of smart services, both helping bring Cortana more in line with competing services from Amazon and Google Home.
Plus: Free weekends for Rainbow Six Siege and Overwatch, and a slew of release dates including Warhammer: Vermintide II and Where the Water Tastes Like Wine. This is gaming news for February 12 to 16.
The Ring Video Doorbell Pro is $199 today on Amazon.
VPN Unlimited is a capable service that needs to improve its Windows interface, but the speeds are good and it works with Netflix too.
Researchers discovered new ways to trigger Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits, but existing software patches offer protection.
YouTube TV couldn't refuse Turner channels, hiking prices to bring them on board.
EA's latest "On the House" offering is a repeat, with free copies of Dead Space up for grabs.
Intel's new drivers add a game optimization feature to take some of the headache out of playing on integrated graphics.
The heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA warned U.S. customers from buying Huawei phones and said they would never consider buying one for themselves in testimony on Capitol Hill this week.
A community-made mod replaces Kingdom Come: Deliverance's horrible Saviour Schnapps mechanic with a more flexible save system.
Intel has launched the Core i3-8130U for laptops and two-in-one PCs, the first time it's shipped a Core i3 chip with the ability to "turbo boost" to a faster clock speed if a game needs it.
Samsung's next flagship phone will launch in just a few weeks, and we've got all the details on what to expect.