After restricting some Windows 10 "19H2" features to select Insiders, the 18362.10019 build opens them up to everyone, suggesting Microsoft may be ready to firm up features before Windows 10's expected update release in October.
If you're noticing unexpected CPU spikes under the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, it may be tied a user preference in Windows Search. A patch has now been issued, Microsoft says.
Lenovo and Disney build on its Star Wars AR game of two years ago. Marvel Dimension of Heroes adds a pair of controllers, so you can play Captain America and five other Marvel heroes in augmented reality.
Dynabook (formerly Toshiba) has launched a 15.6-inch Tecra notebook that won't break your back, or your bank.
School photos and wedding photographers now offer you the rights to digital images for an additional fee. But using Google PhotoScan and your smartphone, you may be able to create your own digital images, for free.
At IFA, Intel tries to head off AMD's next-gen Threadripper by announcing a timetable for its monstrous Core i9-9900KS and the upcoming Cascade Lake-X multicore processors.
Logitech's MX Master 3 mouse includes an improved Magspeed wheel that Logitech says is faster and more precise. Logitech Flow is also supported.
The USB Implementers Forum has published the USB4 spec, but it's left to device makers whether to integrate Thunderbolt support with USB4 devices.
AMD says that it will provide a BIOS fix to address reports that its 3rd-gen Ryzen chips can't hit advertised turbo boost speeds.
Windows 10 build 18970 does away with the traditional tablet UI on two-in-one PCs. A new cloud reset option has been added as well.
As Microsoft quietly prepares to launch new Surface devices in October, retailers are busy trying to unload current hardware like the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, and more.
AMD has promised more details on a new Threadripper chip soon; is it possible that this 32-core chip is it?
AMD settled a suit claiming that its Bulldozer chip was misportrayed as having eight cores instead of four. The $12.1 million in compensation works out to about $35 per chip.
Dark mode arrives in the mobile version of Outlook today, Microsoft said, and will be extended to other Office apps for iOS once iOS 13 drops.
Microsoft recently issued a beta of the new Microsoft Edge, which is built on Chromium, the engine behind Google's Chrome. Here's what we found when we dug in.