The HP Pavilion x360 Convertible 14 (dw0097nr) is a competent 14-inch convertible PC, but subpar audio and middling performance hold it back.
Microsoft's new Xbox Series X console is the best way to get the experience of a gaming PC without buying a gaming PC. Here's why.
Intel has unwrapped the Iris Xe Max discrete GPU for notebooks, which uses power sharing, and an Intel technology called Deep Link to outperform Nvidia's GeForce MX350 in gaming, and even RTX 2080 in some tasks.
Driven by sales of AMD's mobile Ryzen 4000, Intel's chief competitor has captured more share in the notebook market than at any time in history.
The latest Xbox Game Bar update checks whether your gaming PC can support DirectX12 Ultimate. Microsoft wants you to look for the logo when buying hardware and PC games.
Microsoft has removed, not added, features within the latest Windows 10 Insider update, version 20246. Just part of the process, or a sign of slowing development?
Intel confirms that its next desktop chip will be the 11th-gen Core 'Rocket Lake' processor, launching in the first quarter of 2021, based upon a new Cypress Cove architecture.
Microsoft expands Excel's real-time "data types" by adding support for your data, as well as hundreds of sources from Wolfram Alpha.
Microsoft has inserted code in Microsoft Edge 87 that will block hundreds of sites from opening within Explorer, hoping to nudge more users off the legacy browser.
Chromebook users have had to navigate an obtuse process to edit an Office document within Google Sheets. Google has changed all that.
Microsoft has issued a patch to remove the Adobe Flash player from Edge and Internet Explorer before the Dec. 31 2020 deadline expires.
Qualcomm announces what it's calling its Immersive Home platform, which offers cheaper dual-band WiFi6 options as well as the high-bandwidth WiFi 6E backhaul for mesh-network devices debuting in 2021.
Intel reports declines in profits and revenue for the third quarter of 2020, though both demand for Tiger Lake CPUs and Intel's ability to make them have increased.
Microsoft is reportedly encouraging its beta testers to use Microsoft Office PWAs (Progressive Web Apps). To learn what they are, and what they can do for you, read on.
Mojang's original version of Minecraft, which millions play, will now require a Microsoft to play for security's sake, Microsoft says.