Rumors that the PlayStation 5 is costing Sony $450 to manufacture have the internet in a furor, but is a $500 or $600 console so outrageous in 2020?
Samsung’s quest to be the best has jacked up prices to unsustainable levels.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang talks about the recently released 64-core AMD Threadripper 3990X, and waxes philosophical around Alaina's $300 budget PC build.
Microsoft's latest browser, the "new Edge," benefits from tight integration within Windows 10, as well as compatibility with Google's Chrome. Both attributes will help Edge's share grow over time.
You probably won't be able to finish every unplayed game you own, but with the spring release calendar looking this empty you can certainly make a dent.
In this episode of the Full Nerd, Macworld's Leif Johnson stops by to help explain why Nvidia's just-launched GeForce Now game streaming service kicks Stadia's butt, and then the gang dives into motherboard rumors.
Mac gaming has only gotten worse as of late. Good thing Nvidia has delivered a game streaming model that actually looks attractive.
Radeon 5600 XT fall out, Intel ATX12VO power spec, GeForce RTX vs. high-refresh and GTX 1080 ti vs RTX 2070
Warcraft III had a surprising symbiosis with The Lord of the Rings—one that's worth revisiting, on the eve of Warcraft III: Reforged.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang discusses the AMD Radeon RX 5600 XT's confusing launch, and Nvidia's GeForce countermeasures.
The hardware is cheap, the games are promising, and virtual reality could finally be ready for the mainstream. Or at least, the slightly more mainstream.
With Horizon: Zero Dawn rumored to come to PC in 2020, we look back on how the PC became "Microsoft's territory" in the Xbox One era, and how Sony let it happen.
With Skyrim, the sky should have been the limit. Yet ‘Greymoor’ looks like a strangely limiting expansion.
Battle passes are causing me to play one game a lot more to the detriment of all others. I don't think I'm alone, nor do I think it's healthy for the industry.
As Microsoft shuts down Windows 7, it has an opportunity to move Windows into a new era—and it could take a few lessons from Apple on how to do that.