Microsoft is changing its Office 365 device install limit policy, offering subscribers more for the same amount of money.
HP's Windows 10 tablet offering has a Qualcomm chipset in it for LTE connectivity and long-lasting battery life. It is due out in spring of 2018.
Meanwhile, the Surface Pro (2017) is getting adopted at a nice clip while the Surface Laptop is just starting to creak through the floorboards.
What's special about Windows 10 S? Why is it here? Why should you want it? And would you even want it? Learn more and find out.
The app is coming to all Windows 10 platforms if "all" is just the PC through a Project Centennial port. Sorry, Windows 10 Mobile fans.
You won't be able to chug power on the go with this Windows 10 convertible, but the PLUS 12 does offer LTE in its complementary keyboard.
Analyst Ming-chi Kuo, who has had a track record with most tech observers, is also claiming that 2017 will be a fine year for Macs in general.
The crowd-designed Eve V convertible PC had its manufacturing crowdfunded on Indiegogo and it set records that many were not expecting.
Lenovo hopes to be able to see its mobile business group make money by the middle of next year, but progress seen this quarter must continue.
A small step for Allo, but will it lead to more steps to reaching out to potential users? Or will we keep dubbing it as the iMessage that never was?
The terms "Surface Dial" and "Dial" were also recently protected, all of them in Slovenia by a company owned by a law firm that Microsoft employs.
The Surface tabletop all-in-one could be the center of the show along with an update to Windows 10 and some gaming news as well.
WIndows 10 Home and Android 5.1 will be on the fully-funded GOLE1 PC, touted as the "smallest Intel All-in-One PC in the world".
But it's only a possibility so far. A Sony executive talked deep about the PlayStation VR at the Game Developers Conference.
Find out why it's time for an x86 smartphone that runs full Windows 10 and real Windows programs.
Surely bundling in a Vive-compliant PC will take away some of the hassle of the purchasing experience, but does it make sense financially?
Huawei applied for the "MateBook" trademark last fall and reports from China claim that the company will start producing notebook PCs in April.
And if trend lines continue on exactly as they portray for the next 12 years, Mac shipments will overtake PCs. But hey, we're only talking about a chart!
Learn how you can get the Remix OS for PC alpha on your spare PC right now, giving you a functional multi-window Android interface.
Just because the PC market’s contracting doesn’t mean that competition doesn’t get colder. At least in Japan, it’s actually getting warm enough to the point of a possible three-way merger between the personal computing parts of Toshiba, Fujitsu and VAIO — the latter a spin-off from Sony and resurgent in the high-end market.
The three Japanese companies will hash out details and may have a preliminary agreement within the month. Toshiba, Fujitsu and VAIO’s controlling investor will have approximately equal, if not equal shares in the operation. [...]
It’s not like Continuum where you plug in your phone and get a quasi-desktop experience. And then there’s the lack of practicality of an stationary Android-based console. But there’s more than a je ne sais quoi to the Remix Mini that had a whole crowd fund it to over 30 times the original goal pot of $50,000.
Jide, a Chinese company that already has an “ultra-tablet” out, has put up a $70 personal computer on Amazon that runs Android. It’s more low-end proof of concept than anything else, though: there’s a 64-bit quad-core 1.2GHz [...]
Google is web search around here. Below all the smartphones and IoT devices and Fiber and that kind of goodness, Alphabet makes money having Google put up advertisements to those who look for things on this here internet. But where that traffic comes from matters and with the introduction of full-scale ad-blocking on iOS 9 (which Google Play has previously shunned), we have some issues to chew over.
The big news comes from Amit Singhal, Google SVP of search, at re/code’s Code/Mobile conference:
This summer for the first time we are getting more searches on mobile [...]
I don’t know what you do for a living and I don’t know where you do it. But while you might be using your phones and tablets to help you do a part of your work, you likely still have something to do with a computer. A box with a screen attached to it, plus a keyboard and mouse. You know, one of those things.
Indeed, white collar work has and will increasingly rely on people not in an office. Okay, sure, that’s high-minded and all that, but what I really want to know is whether or not you’re going to use your phone for every single thing in your damn life. [...]