Micron and Intel announce an end to the 3D XPoint partnership that brought us Optane and QuantX. Both companies vow to continue developing products separately.
Year four of Amazon's Prime Day sale is packed with good tech deals—and you can still find a few incredible gems, too. To help you skip straight to business, we're highlighting the best of the best.
Take advantage of sizable laptop, desktop, and PC part discounts during Amazon's shopping bonanza.
It's Amazon's national holiday, so of course the retail giant is pushing big savings for Echo smart speakers, Kindle E-readers, Fire tablets, and even Ring video doorbells.
A four-pack of LIFX A19 LED lights is $98 on the LIFX website using a code. That's a steep discount from the $240 list price and Amazon's price of $196.
Amazon Prime Day is just for Prime members. For the rest of us, there are deals to be had from Best Buy, Newegg, Dell, and even Amazon.
The best gaming CPUs will help your PC pump out as many frames as possible, as quickly as possible. We pick the best for every budget.
Designed specifically for Roku TVs, the Bluetooth speakers will be bundled with Roku's voice remote and an all-new tabletop voice remote.
With integrated knock and motion sensors, this upgraded peephole camera will detect wrongdoers darkening your door.
These bulbs work with the included hub, or with third-party gear.
Gordon Ung unboxes a luxurious version of the Maingear F131, with top-tier hardware and artistic touches galore.
Plus: Release dates for Bard's Tale IV and Monster Hunter: World, and Epic slashes its revenue share for the Unreal Marketplace—while giving all content creators four years of back-pay. This is gaming news for July 9 to 13.
The Lian Li Strimer takes RGB LEDs to new frontiers.
Amazon is selling the Anker SoundCore 2 for just $28 for Prime members.
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