Skylake is “the best processor we’ve ever done,” said Intel's Kirk Skaugen. Move over, Broadwell: this is what the PC industry wants you to buy, starting with dozens of new Skylake PCs showing at IFA in Berlin.
Take a deep dive into Skylake's 48 new CPUs, from energy-sipping mobile versions to beefy overclockers.
Western Digital has updated the My Cloud OS that its backup devices use, and bumped up the capabilities of its My Cloud Mirror NAS drives, too.
The latest version of the console comes straight outta Redmond with a blinged out controller and a hybrid disk drive -- not quite an SSD, but close.
Hope you weren't using Windows Hello. Or 64-bit Chrome. Both of those are broken in this build. But at least you can send your feedback straight to Twitter.
Acer honorary chairman Stan Shih said that the company would welcome a corporate takeover, but buyers wouldn't be getting much.
Facebook has begun trials of M, a virtual assistant service of sorts that lives on the Messenger app.
IDC predicts the PC market will see five straight years of declining sales. Business PCs could recover in 2017, but consumer PCs will likely continue to suffer through 2019.
The latest version of the app from BIOS maker American Megatrends adds Android 5.0 Lollipop capabilities, but you'll need a PC with built-in virtualization.
At the Hot Chips conference this morning in San Jose, AMD executives revealed how well its upcoming Radeon Nano chip will perform.
Trials of the DOCSIS 3.1 service, which establishes a minimum of 1-gigabit-per-second downloads, will be launched later this year, according to a report.
The MobileFusion app lets you scan 3D objects with your phone, but it's more a promise than reality.
Qualcomm's drip-drip of Snapdragon 820 details rolls on with the Hexagon 680 DSP, which will be the chipmaker's way of monitoring step tracking and improving low-light photos.
What's makes a whiteboard smart, you may wonder? That would be two pens, a 4K screen, and the ability for anyone in or outside the room to collaborate.
We've tested the top browsers—Google Chrome, Microsoft’s Edge and Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera—against a variety of simulated and real-world tests, and picked a winner.
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