A version of Microsoft Outlook that's expected to eventually replace the mix of Outlook clients currently available has leaked, and screenshots are available.
Nvidia failed to disclose that a significant portion of its revenue during 2018 came from customers mining the volatile Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency, and paid a $5.5 million fine to settle charges.
Webcams are now cheap and plentiful. Our buying guide will show you the best webcam deals we've found, plus tips on the best features and how to buy.
Samsung's latest 12th-gen "Alder Lake" 360-degree convertible, the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro 360, ticks the boxes of performance, battery life, a great display, and a decent keyboard.
The FIDO Alliance said that Apple, Google, and Microsoft have committed to a passwordless future where you'll use your fingerprint or PIN on your phone to log in to virtually any other phone or PC—even a brand new one.
AMD launches the Ryzen 5000 C-Series for Chromebooks, with four new processors based upon the stunning Zen 3 architecture—including the first 8-core X86 chip for Chromebooks.
AMD reported record revenues for the first quarter of 2022, largely shrugging off concerns of chip shortages that have worried companies like Intel and Microsoft.
AMD said Tuesday afternoon that it has added a new mobile gaming CPU, Dragon Range, which will join "Raphael" and "Phoenix" as its first Zen 4 processors.
Razer's new gaming laptop ticks nearly all the boxes, with a 1440p OLED display that can reach 240Hz refresh rates. Inside is the latest gaming hardware from Intel and Nvidia, too.
Microsoft says it's bringing back a "time to empty" battery-life indicator as well as changing a few things about Windows in its latest Windows 11 build.
VESA is debuting the VESA Certified AdaptiveSync Display and MediaSync Display logos, which are the stamp of approval that approved adaptive sync displays have ben stringently tested.
The Microsoft Edge Secure Network will apparently offer users a limited amount of free, encrypted data when browsing on Edge via a public Wi-Fi network.
Devices using Qualcomm's Nuvia chips for PCs and phones are expected in late 2023, Qualcomm executives said Wednesday. The company says it's still consistent with its original roadmap.