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The new MacBook isn't the only Apple laptop to get a fancy new pressure-sensitive trackpad, though it may not be exactly the same model.
Nvidia filled out its 9-series of mobile GPUs this morning with a pair of parts that it says will allow better gaming in laptops under an inch thick.
On World Tech Update this week Apple details its Apple Watch and debuts a new, thin Macbook, Sony plans to shutdown PlayStation mobile and NASA tests a rocket booster that will send humans to Mars.
Intel lowers its revenue guidance by almost $1 billion as the post-Windows-XP surge in sales peters out.
If you're the kind of person that's been held back by the pathetic 16GB of RAM in your laptop, I'M Intelligent Memory says its new chips can take you to 32GB even if Intel doesn't approve of it.
Google refreshes its flagship Chromebook with better CPUs, battery life, and other improvements, all squeezed into essentially the same case. Read all about it here.
Google's new Chromebook Pixel may look identical to the first generation, but a pair of USB-C connectors and a Broadwell processor inside take the Pixel into the modern era. Still, what do you do with it?
The new USB 3.1 port in the 12-inch MacBook is backward compatible with USB 3.0 and USB 2.0.
Apple's quest for ultra-thin simplicity in the new 12-inch MacBook has left a lot of technology in a shallow grave, replaced by a single Type-C port.
OK, there are two ports—if you count the headphone jack. But the new 12-inch MacBook didn't get so thin and light without making tradeoffs.
The update is mostly about bug fixes, but includes a couple of welcome new features.
Apple's redesigned MacBook is 24 percent thinner than the MacBook Air and features a single USB-C port to connect power supply, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA and USB devices.
Apple's new Macbook uses the new USB C standard and each of the two ports can be used for power, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA and USB devices.
Now that the legal enmity between Microsoft and Samsung has ended, it's opened the door for greater collaboration, it seems.
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We break down each phone following our hands-on time with the Galaxy S6 and One M9.
At Mobile World Congress, Intel unwraps details on its Atom chips—the X3, X5, and X7—which will appear in mobile devices later this year.
Alongside the Blackphone 2 secure smartphone and a tablet, the company is introducing a new enterprise conference-calling service