No, this isn't a flux capacitor. It's Maingear's F131, an amazingly engineered PC packed with a custom APEX liquid-cooling block.
With the finale just a week away, a lot of secrets could still be revealed in HBO's Southern gothic mystery. Spoiler-free if you're caught up to Episode 7.
Nvidia's new top-end graphics card is all about ray-tracing.
Sure, Dota 2 is only a video game, but the winning team in this global esports contest will pocket nearly $11 million.
NASA says a meteor turned fireball lit up the sky 40 times brighter than the moon.
College and K-12 students (and parents!), it's not too late to save money on laptops, monitors, dorm accessories and more.
A redesign of the Omen 870 desktop, this micro-ATX tower aims for easy expansion and gaming immersion.
Update: Say hello to Nvidia's RTX 2080, RTX 2080 Ti and RTX 2070, two of which you can now preorder.
Sara, just plain Sara? Artificial intelligence is getting good at a lot of things. Coming up with catchy porn names, not so much.
Commentary: Not just because I can't afford it. But also because I can't afford it.
For the last year or so, Stratolaunch has conducted a number of ground-based tests on the world's largest aircraft, both inside its gargantuan hangar and on a runway in Mojave, California. If all goes well, the company plans for the aircraft with a 117-meter wingspan to make its maiden flight by the end of this year.
But the aircraft is only a means to an end—sustainably launching rockets into space. Although Stratolaunch appears to have built a fine airplane, questions have lingered for years regarding exactly which rockets will be flown to a cruising altitude, and then released by the airplane. And when you've built an aircraft the likes of which have never been seen before, such curiosity is understandable.
On Monday, the company finally provided some additional clarity. Previously, Stratolaunch announced an agreement to launch small Pegasus rockets from the aircraft, but these boosters can only deliver up to 370kg into low-Earth orbit. (And they are so small, their use could not possibly justify the scale of the Stratolaunch plane, with a wingspan 20 meters greater than even the Spruce Goose).
These controllers are likely to grab any gamer's attention.
We break down what the OnePlus 6T arriving on T-Mobile means, look at Amazon's rumored DVR and tease our in-depth profile of the new Microsoft.
Google is facing new scrutiny in the wake of revelations that it stores users’ location data even when "Location History" is turned off.
Last Friday, Google quietly edited its description of the practice on its own website—while continuing said practice—to clarify that "some location data may be saved as part of your activity on other services, like Search and Maps."
As a result of the previously unknown practice, which was first exposed by the Associated Press last week, Google has now been sued by a man in San Diego. Simultaneously, activists in Washington, DC are urging the Federal Trade Commission to examine whether the company is in breach of its 2011 consent decree with the agency.
The Mercedes Digital Light system can display words and images using an array of LEDs and reflectors in the headlights.
Available for preorder now, it arrives in October.
The wait is finally over. Here's the photographic proof..
You won't have to outrun this robot.
Britain's second busiest airport was forced to go old school on Monday, but fixed the problem that evening.
Hand-built sports cars made largely of wood are still being built. Here’s a look inside the anachronistic Morgan Motor Company.