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AMD said late on Tuesday that a report from Mercury Research, which Mercury confirmed, shows that AMD has reached an all-time high in notebook PC share of just under 20 percent.
A close relationship between Microsoft and Samsung will soon allow you to run multiple Android apps from your Windows PC, and even pin them to your taskbar.
Samsung teased its next foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Fold2, at Unpacked, and it brings bigger screens, better cameras, and a smarter design. But does anyone need it?
The principal engineer who worked on CPUs from the Pentium III to Core i7 says Intel has lost focus, and it's "lucky" AMD can't make enough CPUs to do more damage.
Dell and Newegg are both selling 30-inch plus curved gaming monitors for well under $400.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the pinnacle of Samsung's design and engineering but it never should have been made.
If you're spending a thousand bucks on a phone, you might be better off buying the Galaxy S20 instead of the new Galaxy Note 20.
Amazon is selling the WD MyPassport for $140 today—$30 off.
The new Wemo saves space, but some competitors deliver more for less.
The latest version of Philips Hue’s Lightstrip Plus is perfect for accent lighting and it doesn’t require a bridge, but we’re concerned about its durability.
Google has delivered its best phone in the Pixel 4a, but months of delays might have killed its chance at success.
Surprise! PC Building Simulator just received an esports expansion, but you don't play against other people. Instead, your sure hand will help lead an esports team to victory...or defeat.
Apple has announced a “major update” to the 27-inch iMac, bringing faster processor, better graphics, and Pro XDR display options.
Now you can ask Google to set daily reminder bells for the whole family, as well as set the mood for school and broadcast messages to a specific room.