The second part of CNET's guide to building your own computer teaches you about the components you need to get the job done.
Claiming to be the world's first open air PC case, the exposed casing also serves a practical purpose to keep the components cool.
Just like 3D, the TV industry is hoping that smart TVs — that is, TVs that can connect to the internet — will halt the price slide and reinvigorate the flat panel market.
The Antec "soundscience bias lighting halo 6 LED kit" (phew!) lights up your life, or at least the back of your desktop monitor. It's intended to ease eye fatigue, but could find a home in maker projects.
For this week's giveaway, courtesy of Anetc, we're serving up the Rockus desktop speaker system.
Seagate announces its new program to allow third-party companies to incorporate slots on their products to support removable GoFlex external hard drives.
The Multimedia Stations bundles enable consumers to instantly turn any PC into a home theater.
Apple's Mac Mini Core Duo has effectively killed the small-form-factor, do-it-yourself market, however, if you can find a specific reason to justify building a SFF PC yourself, the Minuet 300 will serve you well.
Despite the laptop gaining strength as the PC du jour in recent times, the desktop still has a place in the home. Here are our top 25 things to consider before buying or building your own desktop.
We asked readers to send in their spookiest tech tales in advance of Halloween, and they delivered the gore. Get ready to be scared.