If the breakthrough battery tech hits mainstream it could revolutionize electric cars—and end the forced obsolescence of smartphones.
Samsung's developing a new Wi-Fi technology that will let you transfer a 1GB file between devices in under 3 seconds--but don't expect to see it in your Galaxy phone anytime soon.
Hoping to ease the concerns of business customers, Microsoft announced that the Surface line is here to stay, and the Surface Pro 3's accessories will work with the next version of the tablet.
The second generation of Samsung's innovative vertical-NAND flash memory is built for bulk storage and delivering fantastic yield rates--two signs that Samsung SSDs packing the tech could be much cheaper than today's 850 Pro line.
The price cuts for the Radeon R9 290 and R9 290X in particular are nothing to sneeze at, with triple-digit discounts now available.
Not all the changes in Windows 10 are overt. New keyboard shortcuts inbound!
DirectX 12 aims to reduce CPU bottlenecks to deliver better performance on the PC hardware you already own, and its coming with Windows 10.
Windows 10's changes are as big as the Start menu and as nitty-gritty as the command prompt, with lots of interesting stuff in between. Let's dig in.
Brave souls can get a very, very early taste of Windows 10 today.
Windows 10 can dynamically shift its interface to function with keyboards, then touchscreens, and back again. Here's a video of the Continuum feature in action.
A Start Menu, the ability to run Metro apps in desktop windows, and more are coming to Windows 10, but you can get the best features today thanks to some helpful software.
Windows 10 bends to PC users, rather than bludgeoning them with a stick called Metro.
It'll be delivered via a new "Windows Insider" program that will let testers discuss issues with Microsoft engineers.
The 'Shellshock' Bash shell bug is a big deal, but it's relatively easy to keep your home PC safe.
The only magic in Apple land this week is black magic.