It's fun to buy a drone from a store, but perhaps more fun to build one from scratch. Intel in December will start shipping a fully loaded drone kit to do just that, with all the parts including the rotors, software, 3D camera and flight controller.
Nimbix's cloud service is now live with Nvidia's Pascal GPUs and IBM Power8 servers.
Lenovo created a stir in late September when it said the Yoga 900 and 900S hybrids would work only with Windows, not Linux. The company has now changed its stance, bringing Linux support to those PCs.
Diamonds are among the most expensive gems in the world, but nanodiamonds could also serve as a building block for quantum computers.
AMD's Radeon Pro WX graphics cards will drive content creation for games and VR.
At US $6.99, a new Raspberry Pi competitor called Orange Pi Zero costs less than some sandwiches in New York City.
Apple says it took "courage" to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7. But there's another way to look at it: The advanced technology loaded in the $159 Airpod wireless headset may have made Apple's decision easier.
Samsung's cancellation of the Galaxy Note7 hurt Qualcomm's chip sales, but the company expects other smartphones to fill that void.
A battle between the U.S. government and China is now brewing in semiconductors, which is the foundation of electronics.
If the high prices of the new Macbook Pros were disappointing, don't worry, dirt-cheap Windows 10 laptops will be available this holiday season for under $100.
Google's Daydream View virtual reality headset will start shipping on Nov. 10 for $79.
The world's fastest computer runs a Chinese chip, and that fact hasn't escaped notice by the U.S. government.
Samsung is ramping up mobile chip manufacturing by investing $1 billion in an Austin, Texas, factory.
If Windows 10 isn't your cup of tea, there's a new Ubuntu laptop from System76 with Intel's new Kaby Lake chip that won't burn your wallet.
It's the early days for mobile virtual reality, and a robust VR-capable smartphone could cost you more than $500. But a new GPU from ARM could make VR a default feature in low-cost handsets by 2018.