ASUS’ ROG Phone II combines high-spec power with accessory spectacle

Gaming phones are a rare breed, and the nascent category has already proved to be too much of a challenge for Razer. Some companies still see it as an opportunity to tap into the ever-growing esports market, however. Devices land with gimmicks...

The best Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals: Best of the rest

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The Best Prime Day 2019 Deals so far: PM Edition

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Pushing a 28-core CPU to its limits: 6GHz and beyond

I'm mesmerized by the way liquid-nitrogen vapor flows across the motherboard. There's something oddly therapeutic about extreme overclocking, especially when the cold air gently touches my skin, making even the tiniest bumps in clock speed the...

PC makers are getting better at copying smartphone innovation

For a long time, the PC industry was stagnating. Computer makers had grown comfortable with iterative annual updates to their devices, relying on yearly processor advancements to push consumers to buy new laptops. But recently, things changed. PC mak...

Intel’s 2-in-1 prototype proves it has big plans for dual-screen PCs

Intel surprised us last Computex with unique dual-screen prototypes like its Tiger Rapids device with an e-ink screen. This year, the company had even more concepts to show off at its technology open house. It showcased laptops from its Project...