Dynabook continues to deliver thin, light business notebooks with some horsepower under the hood. Its latest Portege X30L notebook takes aim at the lightest notebooks in its class.
We Mark Microsoft's successes and failures in 2019, plus a few things that baffled us. But Microsoft's best moment wasn't a product at all.
Support for Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile officially ends on Dec. 10, 2019. Here's what this means for you, as well as a guide to moving your data onto a new phone.
How to set Windows 10's themes, configure your Start menu and taskbar, and understand the privacy features—all to make your new PC feel like home.
We test the new Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 using a variety of benchmarks, and see how it shapes up to tests we've already performed on shipping phones.
Should you buy a Chromebook or a Windows laptop? They're similar in some ways, but fundamentally different in others. This guide will help you decide.
A new vulnerability, called Plundervolt, affects most modern Intel CPUs by allowing attacks via slight undervolting of the CPU's core voltage. We've updated the story with new input from Intel.
Google's Chrome 79 browser contains some worthwhile safety precautions, protecting your password as well as limiting Chrome's hunger for memory.
After letting it languish for literally years, Microsoft will kill off Wunderlist next May in favor of To-Do.
What's it like to use a PC based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c and 8c? We go hands-on to find out.
Qualcomm has expanded what it's calling the Snapdragon Compute platform, adding the Snapdragon 7c and Snapdragon 8c to address low-end and midrange PCs.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon XR2 mixed-reality platform combines 5G with a Snapdragon mobile chip capable enough to handle both augmented and virtual reality. Niantic has signed on, too.
We capture Some of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865's best features on video, from super super slo-mo to on-chip, real-time language translation.
Qualcomm details all of the new features inside the Snapdragon 865, 765, and 765G, including the camera capabilities, new gaming features and more.
Intel says the design work that it's doing on Project Athena notebooks is paying off, with better performance under battery power than competing laptops.