Over 20 years ago, in January 2001, I published my first-ever laptop review in a column for my weekly Windows 2000 Magazine UPDATE email newsletter.
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The world’s largest maker of smartphones reported an operating profit of $10.8 billion on revenues of $55.2 billion for the quarter ending June 30.
Google has released the first stable version of JetPack Compose, its modern UI toolkit for Android, and a new version of Android Studio.
Qualcomm reported that it earned a net income of $2 billion on revenues of $8 billion for the quarter ending June 30.
The HP Elite Dragonfly Max is literally a maxed-out version of the Elite Dragonfly with more modern components and a sleek new color.
Chipset maker AMD reported today that it earned a net income of $710 million on revenues of $3.8 billion in the quarter ending June 30.
Parallels Toolbox 5.0 is available today on Windows and Mac, several new tools on top of the new UI that debuted in version 4.5.
With new CEO Pat Gelsinger now firmly in charge, Intel has delivered a new product roadmap for the next several years.
With the 6th-generation ThinkPad X1 Yoga, Lenovo improves this iconic design with an all-aluminum body, a 16:10 display, and Thunderbolt 4.
Co-engineered with Intel, the sleek Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 makes a compelling case for both the Evo platform and the Galaxy ecosystem.
Intel today reported that it earned a net income of $5.1 billion on revenues of $19.6 billion for the quarter ending June 30.
And not just any Chromebooks, but premium, business-class Chromebooks that speak volumes about how far this platform has come in recent years.
The ThinkBook 15 targets small businesses that need better security, reliability, and support than is possible with consumer-grade laptops.
Announced at [email protected] 2021 in late May, the TravelMate P6 is Acer’s answer to the hybrid work reality of the post-pandemic world.
What a difference an antitrust lawsuit makes. Google on Friday said it would delay the implementation of Play Store requirements for developers.
The ASUS ExpertBook is billed as the world’s lightest 14-inch business-class laptop, and it makes a strong case with its 1.94-pound curb weight.
Citing ongoing component shortages, OnePlus admitted that it won’t be bringing the base model OnePlus 9 Pro to the U.S. or Canada.
Today, Google announced the immediate availability of Android 12 Beta 3, which ships with the final API versions for developers.
As expected, PC sales growth is slowing dramatically as the global pandemic winds down, with PC makers selling 77.6 million units in Q2 2021.
As part of its Google for Games Developer Summit 2021 event, Google today announced the release of the Android Game Development Kit.
A Reuters report says that Google will try to overturn a 2018 EU antitrust ruling against Android this September.
The Acer TravelMate Spin P4 is a business-class convertible laptop with a 14-inch IPS display, modern components, and a nice mix of expansion ports.
The HP ZBook Firefly 14 G8 is an entry-level mobile workstation aimed at technical and creative managers, STEAM students, and product designers.
Qualcomm and ASUS have announced a lightly-skinned version of the ASUS ROG Phone 5 that’s aimed at Snapdragon Insiders and costs $1500.
OnePlus was found to be throttling apps to save battery life on its OnePlus 9 series handsets, triggering a new controversy for the firm.
Google argues that consumers have more choices on Android than they do on iPhone. That’s true, But it’s also irrelevant.
36 U.S. states and the District of Columbia have filed an antitrust lawsuit against Google, accusing it of abusing its Play Store monopoly.