Though AMD recently announced the first PCIe 4.0 chipset, the PCI SIG has announced PCI Express 6.0, which will arrive in two years.
Microsoft's June updates to its Office 365 suite include Presenter Coach, an AI-driven tool that monitors your practice presentations and offers suggestions, such as not to swear.
Three Huawei laptops have returned to the Microsoft Store as quietly and mysteriously as they vanished last month.
Intel has hired another top name in the chip industry: John Sell, Apple's chief PowerPC architect, an AMD fellow, and Xbox chip designer, who will oversee security for Intel's chip architecture.
Microsoft has announced new AI capabilities for its Flow process tool and PowerApps, which Microsoft wants users to use to help them create their own apps.
If you're in the market for a gaming laptop, Microsoft's E3 sale is offering substantial discounts on Asus ROG, MSI, and other gaming notebooks.
IOGear's new GWHDKIT11C is a bit pricey, but uses a convenient dongle format that doesn't require an available HDMI port.
The National Security Agency has joined Microsoft in warning that a recent vulnerability for Windows 7 and Windows XP is "wormable" and can be exploited by malware without user intervention.
Microsoft is informing users that it's renaming its Xbox app for Windows 10 as the "Xbox Console Companion," in preparation for new features to be announced at E3.
Mozilla has beefed up Firefox's security and privacy features, blocking all third-party trackers by default for new users, and addressing Facebook cookies, password management, and other tasks as well.
Meet the Intel Ambient PC, along with a new pair of dual-display concept PCs.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 May 2019 Update (aka 19H1) offers one key feature, Windows Sandbox, plus a number of minor improvements, including changes in Windows Update.
Microsoft is reportedly developing a dual-screen Surface tablet, code-named Centaurus, that sounds something like the "Intel" Twin Rivers concept we saw last week.
The PCIe interface for storage, graphics, and other components has a new spec in version 5. It promises 128GBps throughput someday, but PCIe 3 and PCIe 4 are currently active.
Intel releases the basic specs of what will go into the 'Project Athena" notebooks partners will ship this fall, and describes how engineers blew up years of traditional benchmarking to arrive at them.