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Hackers can easily disable the Microsoft Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET), a free tool used by companies to strengthen Windows security.
Valve's new utility helps you determine if your PC meets the minimum requirements to run virtual reality games.
Some leaked documents and videos from a Microsoft site show some interesting little tidbits about HoloLens.
Panasonic is branching out from its ruggedized computer and tablet roots, announcing a pair of new smartphones on Monday at Mobile World Congress.
Huawei is getting back into the Windows game, but this time it's with a PC.
Lenovo packs interesting features into its new Yoga hybrids.
HP thinks its Elite x3 Windows phone can escape doom by focusing on corporate customers. It's a reasonable plan facing incredible odds.
HP's decision to return to the smartphone market with the Elite X3 wasn’t an easy one, especially given the company's history of failure in the market for handsets.
A new Insider build of Windows 10 Mobile, Build 14267, adds a number of improvements to recent Windows phones, with just one significant bug.
Microsoft's decision to cut support for Windows 7 and 8.1 on Intel Skylake chips is being upheld by its Windows Embedded teams, but not Windows Server.
In theory, the Plumbago app for Windows should make handwritten notes on a tablet legible. In practice, it doesn't seem to do anything.
Microsoft Translator is bringing optical character recognition and offline translation to iOS and Android, respectively.
Here's proof you can now get desktop-class performance in a laptop. This MSI GT72S packs all the power of a desktop GeForce GTX 980 inside.
This week we discuss the ramifications of the FBI's fight with Apple, a crazy modular desktop PC from Microsoft, and the possible rise of a new Japanese PC supergroup.
After a long wait, Microsoft is giving Windows Insiders some major new features to play around with, after spending the past couple months making backend improvements to its mobile operating system.
In a major move, the U.S. Department of Defense is going to standardize approximately 4 million devices on Microsoft's new Windows 10 operating system
Microsoft Lumia Mexico says Windows 10 Mobile upgrades will finally roll out on February 29.