Google is set to unveil the Pixel 5 this week, but it might not be the flagship Android phone you're hoping for.
The first foldable PC, Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Fold, goes on preorder September 29. It will have a leather cover and retail for $2,499.
Lenovo has upgraded its economical ThinkBook business line with the latest Intel 11th-gen Tiger Lake and AMD Ryzen 4000 CPUs, and lots of choices.
The X1 Nano will be the lightest ThinkPad ever built by Lenovo, and it has a really cool screen, too.
Dell has announced updated versions of its XPS 13 2-in-1 and the XPS 13 laptop. Both feature new thin modern designs, 11th Gen Intel Core processors and Intel Iris X e graphics.
Microsoft has suffered an outage of many of its cloud services, including Outlook and Teams. The workaround? Don't log out.
Sony released its snappily named MDR-1000X over-ear headphones back in 2016 to great acclaim. The WH-1000XM4 reviewed here are the fourth version of that line, and I’m happy to report that Sony has improved yet again on its already winning audio formula.
Nvidia's new Game Ready 456.55 drivers fix the issues we've had with a GeForce RTX 3080 crashing during games, but slightly limits the top GPU Boost clock speed.
Soon it will be a lot easier to play content from your iPhone or iPad on your Roku streaming box or TV.
Some GeForce RTX 3080 buyers are reporting game crashes in certain conditions. Here's everything you need to know.
The Dell XPS 13 and XPS 13 2-in-1 will get Intel's hot new 11th-gen Tiger Lake CPU. Announced Monday, Dell said both models will go on sale September 30.
The Flex 5G is the one—and for now, only—laptop to tap into Verizon’s blazingly fast 5G speeds, but its Snapdragon 8cx processor will hold you back.
Should you buy Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3080 or RTX 3090? It all depends on how you use your graphics card.
Mauvio brings industry-leading audio processing tools to mobile videos with an easy-to-use workflow that helps make a bigger splash on social media, create viral videos, and engage with your audience.
Nowadays, you can spend around far less than the amount asked for by flagship devices and come away with more than just a phone that handles the basics.
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