CNET editors choose and review the best thin and light laptops, notebooks, and ultrabooks.
The browser is ubiquitous, contentious, and the one app that everybody uses on every kind of hardware imaginable. Here's how we gauge performance.
A year after Mozilla revealed its strategy to "supercharge" browser games, what the company want the future of Web gaming to be advances to the next level with Epic's Unreal Engine 4 running in Firefox.
The DGL-5500 has a lot of potential, but for now isn't worth its high price.
Despite the low-rent exterior, the Acer Aspire V7 packs a lot of what we want into a reasonably priced 14-inch ultrabook, including a high-res touch screen, mainstream graphics, and plenty of ports.
The SteelSeries Apex and Apex Raw keyboards are a gamer's best multitool, featuring 16.8 million possible custom color combinations, a low-profile layout, and of course, macros on macros.
SRware Iron, Comodo Dragon, and Dooble use the Chromium browser engine but promise to protect your privacy better than Google Chrome.
Relax, gamers. Not only will Oculus still be able to fulfill its ambitions, but the Facebook acquisition will also prove a landmark moment for the impending ubiquity of virtual reality.
Dell has revamped its gaming line, including the new Alienware 14. The design changes don't go nearly far enough, but no complaints about the performance.
This story incorrectly stated which mobile browsers have fully implemented WebRTC. Firefox 24 for Android joins Chrome 29 for Android, which received full WebRTC support earlier this summer.
Showcased at CES 2014, the Snakebyte Vyper is an Android tablet that lets you game on your TV via a docking station and controller.