It’s IFA this week, so Acer has unleashed a long list of new product announcements, including new Chromebooks, PCs, and displays.
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The USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) today published the official USB4 specification, which is based on Thunderbolt 3.
Google's latest major Android release launches today for Pixel owners, bringing a new system-wide dark mode and more.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 69, the latest version of its flagship browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
I’ve got to box up my Galaxy Note 10 up and ship it back ahead of the arrival of my Note 10+. Here are a few final impressions.
Samsung's recent 5G devices like the Galaxy S10 5G and the Note 10+ 5G aren't cheap. Its new Galaxy A90 5G is a considerably cheaper device that brings 5G at a lower price without compromising everything else.
Samsung working with American designer Thom Browne on next-gen Galaxy Fold that turns into a pokcetable square when folded.
Huawei to launch the new Mate 30 series on September 19, teases the rumored circular camera setup at the back of the device.
The hitch? They will only do so for out-of-warranty iPhone repairs. And it will only be available in the U.S. at first.
Today, Lenovo announced new Chromebooks, Windows 10 PCs, and displays aimed at the consumer market.
A Microsoft executive said that HoloLens 2, the firm’s next-generation Augmented Reality (AR) headset, will ship next month.
Microsoft announced today that it is supporting the addition of its exFAT file system to the Linux kernel.
With Dark Mode support coming to both Android and iOS in the weeks ahead, Microsoft is updating its core mobile and web apps.
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that Google will move its smartphone manufacturing from China to Vietnam.
Apple will do for Siri what Microsoft should do---but won't---for Windows 10.
Google’s Chromebook platform has a lot going for it. But its relatively short support lifecycle is not one of them.
Fairphone announced today that its 3rd generation responsibly sourced and user repairable smartphone is ready for preorder.
Microsoft's Your Phone app has been facing connection issues almost all day today, preventing users from connecting their phone to their PC.
Apple was reportedly working on a walkie-talkie feature for the iPhone with Intel that would allow users to text each other without a cellular connection.
A recent bug that allowed iPhone users to jailbreak their newest iPhones has now been fixed with an emergency iOS patch.
Working closely in partnership with Google, Dell today announced its first-ever enterprise-focused, Latitude-branded Chromebooks.
Google is expanding its support for the Emergency Location Service (ELS) on Android in the U.S. to more carriers.
Acer makes my favorite business-class Chromebooks, and it looks like the new Chromebook 714 will continue this trend.
In practice, the DeX app is a bit more of a curiosity than it is useful. The primary issue is performance.
U.S. trade restrictions will lower Huawei’s smartphone revenues by about $10 billion this year, the firm reported.
Microsoft opens up beta registrations for its new AR-powered Minecraft Earth game for Android devices.
Google gets rid of the traditional dessert naming convention for Android, and it's now switching to version numbers. Android is also getting a new brand identity.