Accessing a desktop computer from your iPad can be useful when you are out and about. There are some really great options that can make setup and discovery from anywhere on the internet quick and easy.
Due to ongoing financial struggles, Sony is to sell off its venerable Vaio PC business in order to focus on smartphones and tablets. The company will also try to realign its TV efforts with an eye on the 4K market.
Get ready to add one more item to your holiday wish list. Apple has announced that its new Mac Pro goes on sale starting Thursday, December 19.
Acer’s losses have gotten even bigger in Q3, leading CEO JT Wang to step down.
Maybe indie is popular after all. Gaming company Valve announced today via email that its independent-focused platform Steam experienced 30 percent user growth in the past year, pushing the total active accounts to 65 million — more than Xbox Live. Microsoft estimates that its platform has 48 million accounts, while Sony’s Playstation Network claims 110 million. Valve will enter with a broad user base into 2014, where it hopes to convert those fans into loyal Steam Machine buyers. But it’s a sign that PC gaming isn’t as ailing as everyone expects.
Electronic Arts is experiencing trouble with its Origin platform again, mistakenly region-locking users’ ISPs to Europe.
Twenty years after adventure game Myst was released, the company behind the game is crowdfunding another title.
After announcing its existence at the end of September, Valve has released a video demo of the Steam Controller.
The United Kingdom isn’t much of a manufacturing hub these days, except for… computers? Yes, the Raspberry Pi Foundation, which makes ultra-cheap computers for educational purposes, has built more than a million of the things in the UK over the last year (following a few months’ production in China). Some 1.75 million units have now been sold and, with partners such as Google(s goog) continuing to join in the fun, the platform continues to become more useful.
Gigabyte’s update to its miniature Brix line has a lot of power, thanks to updated Intel technology.