Patrice Pedzisi

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Dell's Visor brings comfort, convenience to VR headsets

The Microsoft-compatible headset features extra padding, an easily adjustable headband, cord management and more.<p>Dell is one step closer to helping you enter the future of immersive gaming and entertainment.<p>Available for preorder now and shipping on Oct. 17, the $349 Dell Visor is the PC maker's …

Virtual Reality

For fall games, a budget Dell and a budget-busting Alienware

Dell's budget laptop and Alienware's maxed-out desktop receive tweaks and updates.<p>Dell's line of budget gaming Inspiron systems and its high-end gaming-focused Alienware brand dropped a smattering of updates and design tweaks, plus a new pair of Alienware monitors.<p>Though Dell's Inspiron 15 7000 …

Area 51

Dell injects its Inspiron laptops with new life courtesy of Intel

Whether you want a 2-in-1 or a standard clamshell, you can get them from Dell with the latest 8th-gen Core processors.

Laptops

Razer Blade Stealth (13-inch, 2017)

<b>The Good</b> The Razer Blade Stealth gets a larger screen in the same slim body. The new design feels more sophisticated and less gamer-y. Dropping the resolution from 4K means better battery life. Well priced for a premium Core i7 laptop.<p><b>The Bad</b> The keyboard loses its fun multicolored backlight, going …

Computer Hardware

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall: Here's what happens now

A more detailed look at why Note 7 phones caught fire not once, but twice -- and what happens next.<p>Four months after Samsung first recalled its acclaimed Galaxy Note 7 phone, the electronics giant finally announced what caused Note 7 phones from two separate batches to catch fire in the first …

Galaxy Note

Black hole rips star apart, creating biggest blast ever seen

At first scientists thought the inconceivably bright flare was a supernova. It turns out it was a far crazier cosmic collision.<p>In January, scientists said they discovered an exploding star ending in a super-luminous supernova that was almost inconceivably bright -- more so than the output of the …

Black Holes