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Moore's Law took us from room-sized servers to computers on a stick, and the law itself may shrink to nothing soon--though new chip technologies could change everything.
iFixit took apart Apple's latest Retina MacBook to see what makes it tick, and it wasn't easy.
Intel's prototype can be wirelessly charged and connected to peripherals. Others like it could be launched in 2016, or even later this year.
The XPS 13 Developer Edition comes in four configurations, and is a smidgeon cheaper than its Windows counterpart.
A last-minute fix is supposed to improve the camera experience. Does it work?
It's a U.S. Department of Energy supercomputer called Aurora, which will be deployed in 2018
Supplies of the curved-screen Galaxy S6 Edge may be harder to come by due to a shorter supply.
Chinese manufacturers have generally focused on mobile devices, instead of PCs
The Venue runs Android 5.0 and is thinner and lighter, while the Surface 3 comes with Windows, Office and more ports.
The phone maker thinks a stress test applied too much pressure.
The original HTC One M7 on AT&T is also making the leap to Android 5.0 in a busy week of new software.
The Pi-Top kit will turn an otherwise stationary Raspberry Pi 2 into a portable computer.
New Chromebook laptops are giving ARM a new lease on life, even as the Windows RT devices they were supposedly targeted toward get phased out.