Google's latest Chrome OS 88 adds a cool way of turning your lock screen into a smart display, with images and controls. WebAuthn support also allows you to log in to websites using just your Chromebook's PIN.
Microsoft and AMD both reported strong earnings for the fourth quarter of 2020, driven by consumers who worked and played at home with their PC and Xbox game consoles.
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.
We tested the Galaxy S21 with the Exynos 2100 processor and the Snapdragon 888 processor, and the results surprised us.
Intel's first Iris Xe discrete graphics cards are rolling out, but they require select Intel Core CPUs and motherboards to work.
In this episode of The Full Nerd, the gang discussed what to expect from the next-gen CPUs and GPUs coming to 2021's hottest gaming laptops.
The free Bing Wallpaper app lets you refresh your PC's background image every day with a new image curated by Microsoft.
The best password is one you probably can't easily remember—that's why a password manager is so crucial to your online security. We review LastPass, Dashlane, Keeper, 1Password, and others to find the best one for managing passwords.
Amazon is selling its 1080p Wi-Fi video doorbell for $30 off.
Walmart is selling the Apple Watch Series 6 in navy blue for $376.28, more than $50 off the MSRP.
The new Video Doorbell Wired marks Ring’s smallest doorbell yet, and at $60, it’s also its least expensive.
Nvidia's GeForce RTX 30-series laptop GPUs deliver unprecedented mobile performance, but fundamental changes to the lineup mean you'll need to be much more cautious when shopping than before.
Independent, testing-based reviews of laptops from all the top brands. We pick the best budget, premium, and gaming PCs, and compare AMD vs. Intel.
Microsoft is sticking to its tried-and-true formula with the Surface Laptop 4, according to a report: updating the Laptop with Intel's Tiger Lake and Ryzen processors, and not much else.
Intel will sell a discrete desktop GPU aimed at mainstream users and small businesses.