Smoother 4K PC gaming also promised by HDMI 2.1 - but you'll have to wait a while for it to appear
Computing checks out cutting-edge innovation and chats to Reply's Filippo Rizzante
Consumers watch Apple's annual WWDC with open mouths and wallets, but the company had some interesting tidbits for business customers, too
Rumours suggest it still won't quite be a full launch for AMD's next-generation GPU micro-architecture and graphics cards
New material can even repair itself when it's been ripped in two
While Oculus and HTC battle it out for VR gamers, Microsoft plans to take its time over HoloLens
Facebook ordered to pay $500m to Zenimax on top of the $2bn it already paid for Oculus Rift
High-end desktop PCs are officially 'in' this year
More time to save up for the £16,269 84-inch model
Has Microsoft seen the future of PCs, phones and tablets with its stackable 'modular computing device'?'
One device to rule them all?
It'll sell by the bucketload, but does this shiny new hybrid actually have what enterprise productivity requires?
Danny Palmer demos Crytek's VR software and dodges pterodactyls while director David Bowman explains how VR is not all about fun and games
Apple prepares to go big on display screen resolutions with refreshed iMacs this autumn
Stereoscopy is nothing new - Mario's had it for ages...
Delays may force Apple to postpone launch until next year, or sell a limited supply in 2013
IllumiRoom lets graphical effects escape television
'Transparent housing and flexible display assembly' may feature in company's next devices
Video chat, voice control and AR overlays all present and correct
Will the mobile phone be replaced by something a bit bigger but a lot more sensible? Peter Gothard thinks so
Acquisition suggests a solid business focus for Microsoft's tablet strategy, as it pulls in workplace touch technology
Display becomes plug-and-play for MacBook systems using Thunderbolt connection
An inexpensive, basic business monitor that does exactly what it says on the tin