One of the dirty secrets about streaming live TV services like PS Vue and Hulu TV is that in many cases you’re paying the same amount of money as you would for basic cable. The main difference, besides the benefit of not dealing with a godforsaken cable company, is the crazy monthly fees local operators like to…
As months and years pass by, even the most powerful computer can start to slow down and show signs of age, much like a car. But as with your automobile, there are steps to take that will minimize the creeping sluggishness and keep your laptop running as fast as possible for as long as possible. Here are a couple of…
If you’re paying for premium software, chances are there’s a free alternative out there you could use instead, with features just as good as the ones you’ve become accustomed to. Whether you fancy a change from your usual application-of-choice, or you’re just on a tight budget, these are the free software apps you…
A good computer mouse doesn’t have to cost a ton of money, especially if you need it to travel, or you’re on a budget. This week we’re looking at five of the best mice on the market for around $20, based on your nominations.
We like a good game, and if you've frequented Wallpaper Wednesday you know we like showcasing the great video game art inspired from the classics. It never stops, and so here's another great collection.
Here's a little something to adorn your desktop with in the days leading up to L.A. Noire's release. [Rockstar]
You all helped me figure out what pieces and parts to put into my gaming computer, so it's only fair that you get to help me figure out which game to play first on it.
No, this isn't my current gaming rig. It's a postmortem picture of the last computer I built myself which died by heat and electrical shorts.
Most hardcore enthusiasts will tell you it's better to build your own gaming system rather than getting one pre-built. If not for the enjoyment of putting all the components together yourself, then simply to ensure you're getting high quality parts at the best possible price.
Mega Man, reimagined in one of 12 old-school ads by Brian Miggels and Brian Altano of IGN. Zelda, Pac-Man, Solid Snake and more are at the link. [IGN]