Two taste treats in one? Or less than the sum of its parts?
For just $350, the Acer Aspire E 15 amply covers basic computing needs and then some.
Android's oldest app still hides some cool secrets.
This is a smart and stylish thermostat, but it’s not in the same league as Nest or Ecobee.
If you need a new mouse, keyboard, or webcam, check out Amazon's Logitech sale today.
Intel posted a small note to its website confirming that its 9th-gen Core processor, Ice Lake, will be a "10nm+" chip.
Google has started to roll out the long-awaited web interface for its Allo messaging app, but it still requires a phone to work.
The Samsung T5 is the first non-RAID external drive we've tested that truly taps into USB 3.1 Gen 2's 10Gbps potential. It's small, light, attractive--and reads as fast as an internal SATA drive.
Microsoft may have designed Windows 10 S for students, but a shortage of available hardware and restrictive apps policies earns it a barely-passing grade.
"Take it from the developer formerly known as Silicon & Synapse, and Chaos Studios, names are important too," says Blizzard, reversing last year's execution orders.
More webcam than weather station (unless you purchase an add-on kit), BloomSky still holds some appeal as an adjunct tool for weather enthusiasts.
The Rival 500 isn't a great mouse, but its innovative thumb layout and the inclusion of haptic feedback are interesting glimpses of the future.
Chrome OS is already tops at security, but with a few extra tweaks you can ensure the gates are even more secure.
The Zenfone AR is the only phone to deliver support for Google's Tango AR and Daydream VR platforms, but is it a reality-bending beast or a dud?
Google's Tango is still a new platform, so there aren't that many apps (or phones) for it just yet, but our five favorites show the potential of augmented reality.
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