Don't-Miss Laptop Stories
Black Friday and Cyber Monday promise commodity-priced laptops and tablets, while the biggest-ticket items may be in the smallest packages: smartphones.
A USB-stick computer built around a processor with strong security capabilities
Purism wants your help making an uncompromisingly high-end Linux laptop with uncompromisingly free software inside.
Display analyst Ray Soneira says that the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 has the most color-accurate display of many of the recent flagship smartphones and tablets.
As profits plummet, Samsung's rethinking its 'more is more' approach to smartphones
This week on WTU the European Space Agency lands a probe on a comet, Samsung unveils "Project Beyond" 3D camera for virtual reality and President Obama makes his strongest statement yet on net neutrality.
Not to be outdone by Motorola or LG, Google has begun updating the latest Nexus devices to Android 5.0
LG's Lollipop will be limited at first, but others should get it 'in the near future.'
The first tablet with a depth-sensing 3D camera is expected out by the end of the month, and Dell has more to come.
HP says dual fans and a huge bottom vent let the Omen go full-bore with its core i7 CPU and Nvidia GTX GPU. But will it make Razer or Alienware fans think twice?
Say goodbye to scissor switches and hello to Cherry MX Browns on this unique MSI laptop.
Coming up on WTU this week, the unmanned Antares rocket explodes on liftoff, HP unveils a double touchscreen PC called Sprout and Microsoft enters the wearables race with a fitness band.
But a package that tiny requires compromises, as it has paltry storage and no headset jack.
The cloud storage company is pursuing partnerships to grow its already massive user base
Motorola and Verizon rolled out the latest model in the Droid smartphone family, the Droid Turbo. The smartphone will be available on Thursday starting at $199 through Verizon Wireless.
Chromebooks may not ship in the numbers that Windows PCs do, but the popularity of laptops running Chrome OS is growing fast.
To discourage thievery, users will need to log in before wiping their smartphones
Modder Ed Jarick is back with a new project—this time turning a PlayStation 4 into an oversized 'laptop.'