Compact yet full-featured Revo RL80 will make for an impressive HTPC.
Star Citizen skips the publisher and goes straight to the gamers on Kickstarter.
The folks in Redmond have spent a lot of time making sure that Microsoft Windows 8 is optimized for touch navigation.
SteelSeries has officially rolled out its new mobile wireless controller along with a Flux headset.
The idea that PCs aren't upgradable may come as news to long-time tech enthusiasts who are used to building and modding their own rigs.
Maingear has introduced a slick new all-in-one PC dubbed the Alpha 24 Super Stock.
Tiny Intel PCs to launch in October for around $400.
The 80's were all about video games for me, especially after my dad brought home an Atari 2600 for Christmas.
Motorola has rolled out an Android-powered desktop in China - complete with an 18.5-inch LED touchscreen (1366x768 @ 60Hz, 16:9), keyboard and mouse.
I've never met a gamer who doesn't loathe always-on DRM copyright protection imposed by certain companies.
One of the fastest-growing segments of the desktop PC market is the all-in-one, a form factor popularized by Apple's OS X-powered iMac.
EA and DICE have confirmed that Battlefield 3: Armored Kill DLC will go live on September 4 for premium subscribers and PlayStation 3 owners.
Nettops are typically systems that don't offer loads of raw processing power. However, such devices do boast a smaller footprint, cheaper price and quieter operation.
The PC version of the wildly popular Minecraft has sold over 7 million copies since the game first went live in November of 2011.
The $75 Z902 Mini Android PC is almost ready for the masses as it hits pre-order. You'd better jump on this one fast, as the price tag expected to jump to $89 once the device actually starts shipping.
When it comes to playing video games on the PC, my favorite genre is undoubtedly the stalwart first person shooter (FPS).
UbiSoft has rolled out a patch for its uPlay DRM which reportedly left PCs vulnerable and open to attack from malicious code planted by nefarious websites.
It seems like uber-mini Android-powered computers are all the rage now, with the little devices turning up left and right in the wake of the Raspberry Pi launch.
The Stella Mira Pocket Console is a $130 uber-mini PC about the size of a USB thumb drive.
A number of Intel's biggest customers and partners are reportedly "exploring" the use of RISC-based ARM chips that could ultimately find their way into future PCs and servers.