The Raspberry Pi 4 is the first ultra-low-cost computer board from the Raspberry Pi Foundation to offer truly PC-like performance. It’s time to turn it into a real PC.
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Microsoft's foldable Surface device, codenamed Centaurus, will reportedly be able to run Android apps and come with two separate 9-inch displays.
Raspberry Pi 4 is launching today with a 3x faster processor, different RAM options, dual-monitor support, USB-3 ports, Type-C power, and a whole lot more.
The original design of Windows was inexorably tied to that of the Intel x86 microprocessors on which it and MS-DOS ran. Yes, this is all IBM’s fault.
Samsung's next-gen Galaxy Note device will come with three different aperture options for the camera that you can switch between instantly.
Huawei has three new mid-range phones part of the Nova line, but the company continues to keep quiet on the Android ban.
Apple announced today that it has partnered with Best Buy to offer repairs for the iPhone and other Apple products.
It’s as cute as a button and is a useful addition to anyone using a portable PC on the go and at a desk. There’s just one major problem.
After weeks of bold talk, Huawei has finally admitted that the U.S. blacklisting of the firm will have a material impact on its revenues.
Huawei's incredible $2600 Mate X foldable device's release has been moved to September after Samsung's Galaxy Fold debacle.
Samsung is bringing its mid-range phones to the United States, starting with the $349.99 A50.
Google's upcoming Pixel 4 line of devices might come with its Soli chip integrated to be able to detect air gestures.
The OnePlus 7 Pro is now available in a new limited-edition Almond color for $699. This configuration includes 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage.
The HP EliteBook x360 1040 G5 is a superb business-class convertible PC. It’s nearly perfect for my needs, and for those of many mobile professionals.
Today at its NXT BLD conference in London, Lenovo announced its latest generation of portable workstations, the ThinkPad P-series.
Samsung says it will announce the Galaxy Fold release date in the coming weeks.
Facebook just blocked Huawei from pre-installing WhatsApp, Instagram, and Facebook on its phones, meaning future devices won't have no way of getting Facebook apps.
HTC's Vive Pro Eye with built-in eye tracking is now available in the United States for a whopping $1,599.
Last year, Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 8cx chipset for PCs. But the firm is planning a lower-end PC chipset, too.
Oppo reveals its new under-display camera technology to completely get rid of the notch.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 10 might get rid of the 3.5mm headphone jack and remove all the physical buttons.
Motorola reveals the Moto Z4 with Snapdragon 625, upgraded cameras, 5G Moto Mod, and more.
Qualcomm has asked a federal judge not to enforce her antitrust ruling against the firm so that it can appeal the case.
For a device type that is supposedly in freefall, the PC has never looked better to me as a purpose-driven device for productivity, gaming, and more.
For those who have a need for a device that provides the same functionality as a smartphone but without the cost or contract, Apple has updated its iPod touch.
A year and a half after it first teased the return of the classic wired IntelliMouse, Microsoft today announced a new Pro version of the mouse.
Following its leather designs on laptops, HP is bringing real wood to its laptop designs with the new HP Wood Series.