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Build 18277 of Windows 10 doesn't add many new features, but Microsoft tweaked Focus Assist and the Action Center icons, among others.
New CPU features "chiplet" design with 7nm-based x86 cores surrounding 14nm IO chip
Javier Soltero, who oversaw Microsoft's Cortana for just a few months, confirmed he is leaving Microsoft. Is Cortana destined to become just another technology within Microsoft's AI stable?
Google says its upcoming Chrome 71 browser will take down all ads from sites that allow deceptive advertising.
As Microsoft struggles to release the Windows 10 Oct. 2018 Update, its development teams have moved on to the next version: 19H1. Here's an early list of 19H1 improvements Microsoft has revealed in early builds.
Your PC needs virus protection, full stop. No matter how careful you are, some threats can't be avoided without the aid of antivirus software. Our top picks will keep you protected.
You can miss out on good sales on PC parts if you ignore Black Friday, but not every type of component is worth biding your time. Here's what you should wait for in 2018.
Leaked Geekbench numbers indicate the 2018 MacBook Air gets thrashed by Dell's XPS 13 in heavy workloads
Microsoft unveils the Surface Go: a 10-inch Surface tablet priced to attract the everyday user at $399, alongside an updated Surface Mobile Mouse and pen. Just don't expect too much in terms of performance.
The iPhone XR is a new category of smartphone for Apple, and it's one I'd love to see Samsung and Google emulate.
Some free Wi-Fi hotspots are tracking the locations of users who've signed on even if they're no longer connected. PCWorld investigates how this happens.
We compare the 2018 MacBook Air to the Dell XPS 13 9570 and HP Spectre x360 13 and can't find any reason to buy Apple's new ultraportable.
Apple has revamped its Mac Mini at last—so we pit it against Intel's top mini PC and its bleeding-edge hardware to see how it stacks up.
Google is forcing some Android phone makers to provide two years of security updates, but it's not as good as you'd think.
Samsung's Galaxy Book 2 includes the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 chip, which enables this Windows tablet to achieve industry-leading battery life at the cost of some performance.
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