The Cortana Show Me app within Windows 10 walks you through common tasks within Windows and actually performs them. It's a great tool to help family members who can't quite figure out something on their own.
Microsoft's Windows 10 Insider Build 17704 features an updated Skype, a new Font Maker, and some cool new utilities. But there's one thing missing: Sets.
Microsoft's Classic Intellimouse is based on the Intellimouse 3.0, one of the first mice to be optimized for gamers and professionals. Now, it's received an under-the-hood tune-up with modern sensors.
In just a few days, Microsoft will ship a pricey USB-C dongle for its Surface lineup. But what does this mean for the Surface Connector and Surface Dock?
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich stepped down after it was disclosed that he had a consensual relationship with an employee, which is against Intel policy. We consider his legacy and whether his replacement will follow the path he set, in AI, communications, and memory.
Only business users or consumers willing to pay for two subscriptions will benefit from this partnership, though. But an upgrade to the free Adobe Scan app is worth your time,
A new rootkit, Zacinlo, that attacks United States users of Windows 10 has re-surfaced. It's hidden inside a "VPN" that promises to secure your PC.
At Computex, Intel showed off its Low Power Display Technology, whose 1-watt panels will allow notebook battery life to push into a 20-hour lifespan while using a Core processor.
Intel is quietly building a future via its Movidius machine-learning subsidiary where your PC becomes smarter, thanks to Microsoft's Windows ML.
One year, one product. The head of AMD's Radeon engineering team says AMD got distracted by tangential products, and that that will change.
AMD didn't have too much to say at Computex, but its announcement of a 32-core Threadripper 2 PC processor was enough. It also opened up its graphics roadmap with 7nm Vega GPUs.
Project Precog is a concept PC formed of two shimmering sheets of glass. Asus showed it at Computex in Taipei, and it just might become reality in 2019.
Intel's Computex news includes a 28-core PC processor, a 5GHz Anniversary Edition chip, its upcoming Whiskey Lake architecture, and we're just getting started.
Intel invites PCWorld into its design labs to view "Tiger Rapids," the first of two dual-screen PC prototypes that will debut this week at the Computex show in Taipei from Asus and Lenovo.
The Asus ScreenPad is something magical: a video screen where the touchpad of the ZenBook Pro 15 would go. Oh wait, it is a touchpad!