The Huawei MateBook X Pro is a stunning new premium PC that outclasses the competition and does so at a lower price.
Apple quietly launched a new service program for those MacBooks that use its deeply-flawed butterfly keyboard design.
I’m going to keep using Microsoft Launcher. But the integrated experiences with Windows 10 aren’t yet available.
Happy Friday, and happy summer too. Here are some answers to this week’s questions.
Microsoft adds a new hangout space, community leaders program, and more to its VR social network.
Microsoft advances image search on Bing with new Visual Search feature powered by computer vision, available on Bing, Launcher, and Edge.
After the Mac Pro and HomePod, Apple is delaying the launch of the AirPower charging mat following technical hurdles.
Google completely revamps Google Account on Android to offer increased transparency, data control, and security.
Google Assistant is getting support for Continued Conversation on the Home, Home Max, and Home Mini speakers.
Google's cross-platform app development framework gets the first release preview with improved stability, more.
I had long figured that Intel CEO Brian Krzanich's job was in jeopardy because of the firm's inability to deliver 10nm chip technology.
I finally gained access to Google's Messages for Web, and I'm curious now why this didn't happen years ago.
Despite all the speculation surrounding Xbox VR over the years, Microsoft says it's not planning to bring VR to the Xbox.
Instagram takes on YouTube, launches a standalone app for long-form video as its core platform reaches 1 billion users.
While I continue to find Microsoft Edge lacking on the desktop, I'm surprised to find that this browser excels on mobile.
Microsoft acquires Bonsai, a deep reinforcement learning platform to accelerate the development of AI.
Amazon launches Prime Wardrobe in the United States, a new service that lets you try on clothes before actually paying for them,
Microsoft is getting rid of MSN News with the launch of Microsoft News.