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With an extensive library of on-demand football documentaries, and new original content featuring big names like Peyton Manning, ESPN+ will get you ready for the big game -- available on Apple TV, Roku and the rest.
Just $150 for an Nvidia Shield TV with remote is a fantastic price.
Cyber Monday may not rival Black Friday, but you can still score some sweet deals on laptops, PC components, TVs, streaming devices, and more.
Our comprehensive list of the juiciest Black Friday tech bargains will make your shopping simple, easy, and cheap.
You don't have to wait until November 23 for good tech deals: They've already begun rolling out. We'll keep updating this article with new ones as they emerge.
Microsoft’s new membership platform makes gaming more affordable.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is on sale for $51 at Green Man Gaming, just in time for launch at midnight on October 12.
The Razer Sila is loaded with smart software that prioritizes gaming bandwidth, even over Wi-Fi.
Microsoft is rolling out an Xbox Skill that will allow PCs and smart speakers that use Amazon Alexa or Microsoft Cortana to communicate with and control the Xbox game console.
Lag-hating gamers aren’t the only target, this 802.11ad router has Plex Media Server onboard, too. But brace yourself for the price tag.
The era of confusing, dueling GeForce Now services is over. Nvidia's Shield TV now streams PC games from the cloud, cementing its reign as the king of streamers for geeks.
AMD's gameplay-smoothing Radeon FreeSync technology now works on select Samsung QLED TVs as PC gaming continues its march towards living rooms.
PCWorld's Star Wars gift guide, is for people who are (or are shopping for) Star Wars fans who are also tech geeks. Our top picks range from droids to drones, from LEGOs to ugly sweaters, and even snow globes.
Netgear's Nighthawk Pro Gaming router and Nighthawk SX10 LAN switch boast gamer-centric network management software.
Yeah, it looks just like the Linksys WRT32X from last fall, but Linksys says this one’s designed to recognize and prioritize Xbox gaming traffic.
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