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Recent December, 2018 Stories
This cable lets you charge your Surface Pro or Laptop with a Type-C wall charger or battery pack.
Razer teases the first wireless Xbox One keyboard and mouse ahead of CES 2019.
OneNote will soon let you make custom tags and better organize your notes.
You can now get the Windows 10 Version 1809 by manually checking for updates.
Remember those reports that the China sales ban on iPhones applied only to older models running iOS 11? That's not true.
Xfinity customers can now access their cross-service purchased movie content from their cable TV interface.
You can now ask Google Assistant if your flight is getting delayed.
Lenovo's new ThinkPad devices are the first ThinkPad products to feature Intel's new 8th gen Whiskey Lake chips.
Microsoft's next-gen Xbox strategy is coming into focus and if you need a map to understand all the codenames, we have you covered.
Microsoft is once again offering $100 off any Xbox One S or Xbox One X bundle. Prices now start at just $200.
Fitbit introduces improved logging features, 10 new third-party apps and more.
Facebook brings over Instagram's famous camera features over to Messenger.
Apple says that it will make two major changes to the iPhone software in China to avoid a patent-infringement sales ban.
Google this week made the latest version of Chrome OS available to Chromebooks, adding a number of useful new features.
Microsoft is reportedly phasing out the My People experience in Windows 10.
Another one? Yes. Facebook reveals new security bug affected 6.8 million users.
Facebook's Portal smart displays are getting new features despite all the initial backlash.
Your smart lights will no longer hurt your eyes when they power back on.
Google Assistant can now speak to you in two new accents.
Three years after it banned them from its online store, Amazon is once again selling Google's Chromecast video dongles.
Qualcomm now seeks to ban the sale of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR in China too.
Microsoft could be splitting up Cortana and Search on the Windows 10 taskbar.
Microsoft could be working on a consumer version of Microsoft 365.
Intel today announced that it will finally move its mainstream Core and Xeon processors to a 10nm manufacturing process.
After over a month of testing with Office Insiders, Microsoft has now updated Office on the Mac with support for Dark Mode.
Qualcomm's recent legal victory in China comes with a single and debilitating caveat that renders it effectively moot.