There was a lot to like in the sleek laptops and 2-in-1s shown at IFA show this week. Some wowed, some were ridiculous, while some could be on your holiday shopping list. Here are some of the coolest devices shown at the show.
AMD has set high hopes for its upcoming Zen PC chips, but the company also has offered some clarity on how it will manufacture successor chips.
Building a tricked-out PC from scratch can be a satisfying experience. But it's not for everyone, which is why we have modular desktops like HP's new Elite Slice.
Lenovo is joining Google's fledgling effort to bring virtual reality to the masses with new devices planned for the Daydream hardware and software platform.
Lenovo's first Yoga Book will be the first in the line of 2-in-1s with a virtual keyboard panel replacing a hard keyboard.
Move on, laptops and desktops; Asus believes virtual reality headsets will be the new PC, and will release its own head-mounted computers in the future.
Acer's versatile Chromebook R 13 is one good device to run Android apps because it can be a laptop or tablet.
The first smartphones to use Google's Daydream virtual reality platform are coming later this year, and many could have Qualcomm's latest processor, the Snapdragon 821.
DARPA wants to exploit the power of the internet of things to help the U.S. dominate battlefields.
New chips can be a reason to upgrade PCs. But does Intel's latest 7th Generation Core chip, code-named Kaby Lake, have enough bite to trigger replacements of old PCs?
For years, Microsoft has been delivering speedy and accurate Bing results with experimental servers called Project Catapult, which have now received an architectural upgrade.
Intel's 3D NAND chips -- which increase the density and durability of flash drives -- are coming to more consumer and enterprise SSDs.
Virtual reality and gaming are changing the way PCs are built and driving the development of new types of memory for GPUs.
When AMD chip designers sat down four years ago to etch out the Zen design, they had two things in mind: to drive up CPU performance as much as possible and to keep power efficiency stable.
Researchers want to give a 25-core open-source processor called Piton some serious bite.