In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang talks about Intel's refreshing architecture day revelations, rumors of GeForce RTX graphics for laptops, and Corsair's audacious fake RGB memory modules.
Amazon is selling the Fire TV Stick 4K for $35 or two for $60.
Case maker Olixar has provided Galaxy S10 renders to Mobile Fun, and they answer a lot of the questions we have about Samsung's next flagship phone.
The Nvidia Shield TV Gaming Edition is available for $170, and the standard version is $150 right now.
The massive Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 update is filled with goodies that make it easy to get the most performance possible out of your AMD graphics card.
It's easier than ever to transform your photos into a pro-grade, coffee table-style photo book. But not all services are created equal. PCWorld reviewed photo book services to find the best money can buy.
Picaboo has many great features, but its editor and photo quality need some work.
AdoramaPix wowed us with its high-quality photo book and exceptional web-based creative tools.
With an online store for users to sell their photo book creations, PrestoPhoto is unique among the competition. It's also relatively cheap. But none of this mitigates serious problems.
Mixbook is one of our favorite photo book services with an awesome web-based creation tool, and excellent print quality.
Shutterfly offers the biggest photo book size available, but suffers from some serious problems.
In today's Full Nerd we talk about Intel's big CPU plans for 2019 and beyond, rumors of Nvidia RTX in laptops, and Corsair's wild fake RGB RAM.
Microsoft reveals that users who manually ask for Windows 10 updates during the latter half of the month may receive code being beta-tested in advance of its official Patch Tuesday.
A Microsoft job posting hints that Microsoft will offer a Microsoft 365 subscription for consumers in the near future. But what consumer services does Microsoft have left to offer?