The microSD Express promises bandwidth that about triples the speeds today's microSD cards provide. But laptops and cards supporting the new standard aren't yet available.
At MWC, Lenovo updates its workhorse ThinkPad T490, as well as the ThinkPad T490s and larger T590 with 500-nit HDR displays, new privacy options, and more.
Microsoft has launched HoloLens 2 with an expanded field of view and—with a price of $3,500—a clear aim at business rather than consumers.
Huawei has refreshed its laptop line, updating the Matebook X Pro flagship and turning its Matebook 13 into a bigger Matebook 14.
In anticipation of the debut of Microsoft's HoloLens 2, we've unearthed the first-generation HoloLens and "retroreviewed" it, with an eye toward how Microsoft could improve its next-generation augmented reality headset.
Game like it's 2005 again with an updated version of the Logitech MX518 gaming mouse.
Microsoft's shift to an updated, more secure hashing algorithm for delivering its patches means that Windows 7 support may expire sooner than expected.
Microsoft is offering '20H1' builds of Windows 10 for testing. Yes, that's the build due in early 2020.
Zoho has integrated its Zia AI into the latest version of the Zoho Office Suite, which provides sophisticated yet free alternatives to Microsoft's own Office apps.
Skype's new background-blurring feature draws attention away from the clutter and puts it back on you. It's easy and it's free.
Microsoft has come right out and said it: It would rather Office 2019 just went away, so that everyone would buy Office 365 subscriptions instead.
Acer's Swift 7 (2018) sets the standard for thin-and-light notebooks, but a frankly awful typing experience and tablet-class performance make it a tough sell.
When you log into a site, Google's Password Checkup plugin for Chrome will check whether your credentials have been compromised.
Micosoft's Azure services, including AI, have been applied to the Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection in five hackathon projects.
Remember the Collections #1 data breach about a week ago? Well, there's more: Collections #2 to #5 have leaked, bringing the estimated total of stolen email addresses online to 2.19 billion.