AOC has announced new displays, with up to 240Hz refresh rates and 0.5ms response times.

The company Intel apparently hired to write a whitepaper on the Core i9-9900K’s gaming performance have blatantly misrepresented AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X to make their case. Not a good look.

Nvidia has released a list of games that will support its ray tracing, new anti-aliasing technology, or both. Whether its GPUs can handle having the features enabled, however, is still an open question.

The Xbox One X drops this week, and if you’re in the market for a new platform with the best shot of delivering high-4K frame frames for $500, it’s the best around.

Apple’s new 4K Apple TV, and its 4K content pricing, are a big win for consumers. Other companies are likely to push for the same kinds of deals that Apple can get.

Starting today, Verizon will choke its video streaming quality to 480p on smartphones and 720p on tablets. If you want better service, prepare to pay more money.

Microsoft’s new Project Scorpio is being shown off behind the scenes — and the console’s increased firepower can meaningfully improve visual fidelity as well as rendering at higher resolutions.

New rumors concerning the Xbox One Scorpio suggest both 1080p and 4K gamers have advantages to look forward to when Microsoft’s major console refresh ships this winter.

Nvidia’s GTX 1080 Ti is the fastest graphics card on the planet and the first card we’d unreservedly recommend for 4K gaming. Question is, who can drive it better — AMD’s new Ryzen 7, or Intel’s well-established Broadwell-E?

Nintendo might have a different set of specs in store for the Switch than what we’ve been led to expect.