I'm flying home from Seattle today, so here are a few tidbits from around the web: Star Wars: The Force Awakens is coming to Microsoft Movies & TV on April 1, Samsung SSD hits 15 TB, Amazon is shipping two new Echo devices.
Recent Hardware Stories
About a month ago, I wrote about my plans to build a few PCs this year. Before getting to that, here's a (literally) small and easier diversion: A Skylake-based Intel NUC mini-PC.
One year ago this week, I was introduced to HP's stunning Spectre x360, the most impressive convertible PC released in 2015. I just had one question: Would HP ever consider making a 15-inch version? The answer, happily, is yes.
I was a bit nervous to see the Raspberry Pi 3 announced with no mention at all of Windows 10. But Microsoft has confirmed that it supports the new kit PC with a free version of Windows 10 IoT Core.
Raspberry Pi today announced the Raspberry Pi 3, a new version of its wildly popular mini-computer board that adds a 64-bit quad-core and integrated wireless networking capabilities. The Raspberry Pi 3 costs just $35.
Microsoft announced today that it has begun notifying the first wave of developer applicants that they can now purchase a HoloLens developer kit, which will begin shipping in one month. Additionally, the software giant has revealed the HoloLens hardware spec
Back in late 2014, Microsoft released the best Miracast dongle in the market, the cunningly named Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter. Well, they're back with a new version, and while I've been using it for the past week, it's still a bit early for a final verdict.
The Start menu for Microsoft's upcoming Hololens has been shown off in a new video and it features Live tiles, Cortana and more.
Microsoft is working on a new app called Actiongram for Hololens that will allow the user to create short clips and share them with the world.
Earlier today, I wrote about Microsoft's decision to step back from the MWC spotlight this week and let its partners take center stage. Here's a quick rundown of the top Windows 10 phones, tablets/2-in-1s and laptops that they are announcing this week.
While a lot of things were going through my mind as I listened to HP justify its Elite x3 Windows phone, the one thing I kept coming back to was this: Given the incredible specs and extensibility of HP's new handset, how can a rumored Surface phone even compete?
The long-rumored HP Elite x3 will cheer beleaguered Windows phone fans, even though this new smart phone isn't aimed at them, or at the retail market. Instead, the Elite x3 is just part of a compelling end-to-end solution aimed at businesses.
HP's gorgeous Elite x3 Windows phone is going to turn heads, but the Desk Dock and Mobile Extender accessories are, in some ways, just as impressive. Here are some product shots of the new hardware.
Microsoft has released a firmware update for the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book that finally allows the machines to enter a sleep state.