This Spring, Microsoft will make its upteenth attempt to get developers excited about Windows 10 at Build 2017. But as users have discovered, the apps platform in Windows 10 isn't in any way enticing. And it's OK.
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Microsoft announced today that its retail and online stores are offering up to $200 off select Windows 10 PCs, VR headset, headphones, and more. The sale runs through June 18.
The Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is consistently among the best Ultrabooks in the market. And it looks like the 2017 rendition is upholding the tradition nicely.
Google announced today that its Googe Home digital personal assistant appliance now supports multiple users, answering one of my key complaints. I believe it is the first such device to offer this support.
My Samsung Galaxy S8+ arrived this morning, and it's going to take quite a while to get up and running with this new handset. But first impressions matter. And the Galaxy S8+ is stunning.
Creators who are getting tired of waiting on Microsoft to revise its Surface Pro lineup will have an interesting new alternative to consider starting tomorrow: That's when Samsung begins launching its Galaxy Book.
On quick inspection, the Moto G5 Plus looks like a solid handset, with a nice metal body, a crisp and clear 5.2-inch screen, and some quirky and unique Motorola flourishes.
In a somewhat unexpected move, Intel today "retired" its Intel Developer Forum (IDF) conference.
Today, HP announced a new lineup of Pavilion laptops and convertibles that bring premium features from its Envy and Spectre products to the masses: Starting prices range from $350 to $700.
Like its predecessor, the 2017 15-inch HP Spectre x360 is a productivity monster. But this version dials it up with a gorgeous new design, an incredible 4K display, and more modern technology across the board.
While it's easy to get excited by the shiny new bauble that just arrived in the mail, sometimes you just need a single day to gain new perspective. Not in this case.
Microsoft has announced its long-awaited Spring hardware event, which will happen in New York as expected. But it's also happening about a month later than originally envisioned.
Gartner and IDC have weighed in on PC market share for the first quarter and come away, as always, with a slightly different take on how things are going. But the truth is out there.
The HP ENVY Curved All-in-One PC has both beauty and brawn, and is a significant upgrade to the original version. But for a few niggling issues, this is the near-perfect home workstation.
Starting tomorrow, the Microsoft Store will be offering big savings on select PCs and Xbox games, and Xbox Design Lab controllers. There are also savings to be had on entertainment, Microsoft says.