Microsoft is hosting its keynote tomorrow where it is expected it will show off a new device or two along with a few new Windows features coming with Redstone 2.
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Picking up the stunningly light and well-designed new HP Spectre x360, my mind flashed immediately to Surface Book. Does the HP actually beat a device I just described as "the perfect thing"?
HP's Spectre x360 reigns over the premium portable PC market, a near-perfect combination of design and versatility. Now it's been completely redesigned.
Microsoft is working on a 'home hub' that appears to be a Cortana-like device that is built to live in the Kitchen like an Echo or Google Home.
The PC industry has been shrinking for several years, and while the reasons are clear, many questions remain. Key among them is when it ends.
Samsung's new Chromebook has quite a few features that may attract users who traditionally would have purchased a Windows device.
Back in July, we knew that Microsoft would be staging the rollout of the Windows 10 Anniversary Update across different platforms. But I hadn't realized that Surface Hub would need to wait this long for the Anniversary Update.
Microsoft needs to bring Cortana to the kitchen before it is too late; the market is ripe for this type of device and they have all the technology.
Microsoft may have canceled the Band 3 but a prototype has found its way to the web and shows off a couple of new features.
Today, HP announced a major revamp of its innovative Spectre x360, plus new versions of its HP ENVY Laptop, ENVY All-in-One 27 and ENVY Display, the latter of which supports 4K resolutions. Together, the new devices represent a major new push for the holidays.
Microsoft announced this morning that it is accepting pre-orders for its HoloLens mixed reality headset in six additional countries, Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.
As expected, Microsoft will hold a major press conference on October 26, 2016 in New York City. And while details are vague at this point, it's fair to say that the rumors we've heard so far are almost certainly correct.
This week, Google announced that it will now design and build its own smartphones alongside a more cohesive family of hardware devices that take better advantage of the firm's online services. First up, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL handsets.
As expected, Google launched its new Pixel phones, Daydream VR, Chromecast Ultra, Google Wi-Fi, and Google Home products at a press conference today. But as noted previously, details about each had previously leaked.
Tech tidbits from around the web: This is your final month to buy a Windows 7 or 8.1 PC, Windows 10 usage share sort-of dropped in September, new PIXEL UI brings a bit of desktop elegance to Raspberry Pi, EU will reportedly charge Google with Android-related antitrust abuses, more.