You might balk at buying a high-end Wi-Fi 6 router because they cost so much than Wi-Fi 5 models, but you'll find it's worth the investment.
The iPad Pro brings a mess of new features that users have been dying for, but there are still some that it leaves off.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, it's all about AMD hardware, as we dig into the specs for new Ryzen 4000 laptop chips and the beastly Xbox Series X.
Sony says Horizon's arrival on PC isn't necessarily indicative of future plans for other games. Still, we've got our fingers crossed for Bloodborne.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, we dive into the future of graphics cards with RDNA2 and Ampere, and the future of power supplies with Intel's new ATX12VO spec.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is the latest Android phone to push the limits of comfortability, but it's hardly the only culprit. and it's becoming a problem.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, Adam's at the table! We talk about GeForce Now losing games, what the Xbox Series X specs mean for PC gamers, and NZXT's luxurious new H1 case.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang dives deep into graphics card talk. We discuss Nvidia's GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Cyberpunk 2077 Edition, Asus blaming AMD for high ROG Strix Radeon RX 5700 temps, and Adam's external graphics hunt.
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.