With PC demand at a years-long high, Surface barely moved in the needle in the most recent quarter, and Windows saw mixed results.
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Two months after it jettisoned its Honor smartphone brand, a new report claims that Huawei is shopping its flagship Mate and P lines as well.
Long associated with gaming, Razer stakes a claim in the premium portable PC market with its impressive-looking Book 13.
Well, here we go again. For my second look at an M1-based Mac, I’m evaluating the 13-inch Apple MacBook Pro, which retails for $1299.
Microprocessor giant Intel today reported that it earned a net income of $5.9 billion on $20 billion in revenues in the quarter ending December 31, 2020.
But the software giant didn’t mention Windows 10X at all, leading to some understandable speculation about the timing of that release.
Qualcomm today announced its Snapdragon 870 5G Mobile Platform, which it describes as a follow-on to the Snapdragon 865 Plus, the mid-2020 flagship chipset.
Well, Pat Gelsinger was clearly the right person to lead Intel. In his first all-hands meeting with employees, he emphasized the need to beat Apple.
This week at CES 2021, Intel launched its 11th-generation NUC mini-PCs and kits. The launch comes about a month later than usual.
Intel has hired Pat Gelsinger as its next CEO, replacing interim CEO Bob Swan. Mr. Gelsinger had been the CEO of VMWare since 2012.
PC makers sold 288.9 million PCs in 2020, a leap of 8.6 percent over the previous year, and the second consecutive year of growth for the once-struggling industry.
Thanks to its processor success in 2020, AMD is the belle of the virtual CES ball this year, and the firm’s keynote address didn’t disappoint.
Microprocessor giant Intel has announced the 11th-generation Core vPro, H-series, and S-series processors, plus new Pentium Silver and Celeron processors.
Intel revealed today that hardware makers sold at least 9.4 million Chromebooks in Q3 2020, good for 122 percent growth year-over-year.
With a virtual CES 2021 now underway, HP has announced several new portable PC models across its consumer and business lines to ring in the New Year.
Yesterday, I prepared my M1-based Mac Mini for return to Apple and was reminded of how terrible this process is on Apple’s desktop platform.
I always keep at least one modern Mac on hand for testing purposes. But it’s clear that the M1-based Mac Mini should not be that Mac.
Apple’s new M1-based Mac Mini has held up well in early testing, with excellent software and hardware compatibility and performance. Well, with one exception.
At the end of every year, tech blogs lazily pump out “best of” lists culled from back-end site queries. And, yeah, we’ll get to that here soon enough.
2020 was the worst, but there were some silver linings. And key among them, from my perspective, was the renewed perceived importance of the PC.
Apple’s trade-in partner took its sweet time handing over a gift card for my MacBook Air, but with that done, a new M1-based Mac Mini is on the way. Or will be, eventually.
I have been waiting for this day for years: With the new Spectre x360 14, HP has finally embraced 3:2 displays in one of its very best products.
HP performed well overall in the previous quarter, but PC revenues were flat despite exploding premium notebook PC and Chromebook sales.
Microsoft is partnering with AMD, Intel, and Qualcomm to create a new security processor for Windows-based PCs.
In 2019, I reviewed one of the best portable PCs I’ve ever used. And so it is with a certain sense of anticipation that I now present its successor, the HP EliteBook 1040 x360 G7.
Apple's new Mac Mini is here, and it's powered by the new M1 processor. The new Mac Mini is also $100 cheaper, now starting at $699.
Apple's new MacBook Air is the first Mac device to be powered by its own silicon, the brand new M1 processor. It features a fanless design, offers 5x graphics performance, and is apparently 3x faster than the best-selling Windows laptop in its class.