New York City is replacing pay phones with new high-tech LinkNYC hubs that will dish out free high-speed Wi-Fi, mobile device charging and access to city services.
PC enthusiasts prefer either AMD or Intel chips, there's often no middle ground. But AMD believes its upcoming Zen chips will have crossover appeal to even the Intel faithful.
HP wants to drive the "next industrial revolution" and spark a change in the way products are manufactured with its new 3D printers.
Is the wearables market just a hobby for HP, as the company claims? As new smartwatches -- like Titan's Juxt -- keep rolling out, that doesn't seem to be the case.
Russia isn't known as the PC capital of the world, but this MIPS-based desktop is quirky enough to be worth a look.
Intel prides itself on making computers faster, cheaper and smaller, but in recent years, the company has lost a chip manufacturing edge it had to make that happen.
Already compatible with Windows PCs and Macs, the super-fast Thunderbolt 3 connector technology will soon also work with Linux PCs.
Big changes are coming to the popular DisplayPort display standard, with a new version 1.4 promising support for 8K displays.
What can you fit into a Raspberry Pi 3 and still keep the $35 price? That's a question Raspberry Pi CEO Eben Upton wrestled with when planning the product.
Microsoft and Raspberry Pi want people to build businesses and start Kickstarter campaigns around cool devices making use of the new Raspberry Pi 3 computer.
In the early 2000s, AMD's Athlon chips rocked the PC market with innovative features like 64-bit capabilities, and Intel had to scramble to catch up.
AMD is shattering a speed record with the A10-7890K processor chip, its fastest chip yet with integrated graphics.
Could the Android Wear and Tizen operating systems on smartwatches be replaced? French computer science student Florent Revest believes so.
Raspberry Pi has an in-store treat on its fourth anniversary.
Charging an electric car while driving may sound like a wild idea, but Qualcomm wants to bring that capability to automobiles.