The Raspberry Pi 4 Is Here and Wants to Replace Your Desktop PC for $35
The Raspberry Pi Foundation claims it’s finally built a tiny computer that can replace a desktop PC.
Watch a Hacker Install a Firmware Backdoor on a Laptop in Less Than 5 Minutes
This demo shows that “evil maid attacks,” hacks where an attacker has physical access to a target computer, are not as complicated as you may think.
The Real Industry Behind Fake Electronics
The history of the fake electronics that you sometimes see in furniture stores or in houses for sale. No, that 60-inch flat-screen TV doesn’t turn on.
What Is Rapid Packed Math and How Does It Make 'Far Cry 5' Better?
Radeon's RX Vega will make extreme gaming more ... extreme.
This Ridiculous Laptop Cost $20,000 in the 90s
Buys a $20,000 computer, plays 'Doom.'
Atari’s New Console Probably Won’t Be Like the NES Classic
The company is back with new hardware, most likely not a simple plug-in-and-play micro-console.
Dell Made the Least Embarrassing Gaming PC I’ve Ever Seen
Because not all gaming PCs have to look like Weber grills modified for street racing.
This Spy App Can See If You’ve Visited Whistleblowing Sites on the Dark Web
It's not in hackers' hands—yet.
The Switch and I: Early Adopters of Nintendo’s Console on its Joys and Cons
Almost two months after it launched, just how has Nintendo’s portable system gone down amongst those who paid good money for it?
Beware the Microsecond
Computers are optimized for nanosecond and millisecond scales, but that's not good enough anymore.
This Bionic Nerf Gun Can Be Fired Without a Hand
Parisian maker collective Hackerloop has lots of Nerf battles. They wanted their friend with no hand to be able to join in the fun, so they built him a custom nonlethal weapon.
The Year That the Entire Computer Industry Ran Out of Memory
For a few years in the mid-1980s, the RAM industry and the oil industry had a lot in common: Supply fluctuations could get severe. That’s why the most common kind of RAM was hard to find in the summer of 1988.