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Apple looks to bring Shortcuts, Screen Time, iMessage effects to the Mac with macOS 10.15, according to a new report.
In the wake of Apple’s blockbuster settlement with Qualcomm, Intel has thrown in the towel on its 5G modem plans.
HP today announced new mid-range EliteBook laptops, Z Book portable workstations, and a 32-inch business-class display.
Even though Sony won't be attending E3, they are kicking the gaming season off early with the specs of their next generation console.
Following the release of the Surface Headphones, Microsoft is working on a pair of earbuds that will carry the Surface branding.
Here are some product shots from today's [email protected] event, which was held at the Duggal Greenhouse in Brooklyn, NY.
Acer today announced new PCs and Chromebooks aimed at consumers, education, business, gaming, and creative professionals.
Samsung's new Galaxy A80 comes with the company's first ever New Inifnity Display, combined with a pop-up rotating camera and a no-notch design.
Samsung is reportedly working on two different display sizes for the Note 10, and could have up to four different variants of the device.
Aplpe's rumored 16-inch MacBook Pro is no longer coming this year, but the company still plans to launch its massive 31.6-inch display sometime this year.
AMD this morning announced the availability of its second-generation Ryzen Pro mobile processors with Radeon Vega Graphics.
Google just leaked the upcoming Pixel 3a devices ahead of launch, along with the new Nest Hub and Nest Hub Max.
Intel announced last night that it has hired George Davis as its new Chief Financial Officer. David had been Qualcomm’s CFO since 2013.
Apple reportedly adding two-way wireless charging on the next iPhone devices.
The Canadian Royal Navy announced today that it will use HoloLens and Kognitiv Spark software to improve maintenance and repairs aboard its active vessels.
The next generation gaming wars are about to heat up but with new players entering the market, here's how the industry stacks up today.
Apple has apologized for ongoing issues with the butterfly keyboards in modern MacBooks.
Two years after it first introduced the credit card-sized PC, Intel confirmed that it has now killed off the Compute Card.
Oculus launches next-gen Rift S VR headset with built-in tracking, improved displays, more.
HP today announced new Envy laptops and convertibles for consumers and a new lineup of ProBooks and HP ProDesk PCs for small businesses.
Google’s new mid-range smartphones will allegedly not be called Pixel 3 Lite and Lite XL as previously reported.
Qualcomm has won an important legal victory as part of its multi-tiered legal battle against Apple.
Apple is reportedly working on a 10.2-inch iPad 7 and a 10.5-inch iPad without the Pro branding.
HP is overhauling its OfficeJet Pro lineup for small businesses, with a simpler and smaller new design, cloud and mobile app capabilities, and more.
NVIDIA outbid microprocessor giant Intel, which was looking to use Mellanox to expand its datacenter capabilities.
Samsung is releasing a new update for the Galaxy S10 line on its release day tomorrow.