After we reviewed the Samsung Galaxy Book 2, we're taking another look at it, from a different perspective, by a different reviewer.
The 2019 Yoga line-up from Lenovo includes a laptop, a cool 2-in-1, and an even cooler all-in-one desktop computer. Check them out!
Wacom finally makes a professional grade pen display that's relatively affordable. How does it compare to the much pricier standard for visual creative professionals?
Samsung is kicking off CES 2019 with a trio of laptops. The Samsung Notebook Odyssey for gamers, one for professionals, and a budget one.
We are wrapping up the year in mobile tech news from Apple's battery throttling bungle to the nightmare and adrenaline rush that was Techtober!
It seems that the end is near for Microsoft's web browser as the company is apparently working on a substitute for Microsoft Edge
While an Andromeda folding phone might seem like the perfect thing for Microsoft in 2019, it may trial a dual-screen notebook first.
A recent Microsoft Surface patent filing with the WIPO reveals the company's plans to make a thinner keyboard, which could lead to a Surface redesign.
If you're looking to sell your used phone, we've got some pieces of precious advice for you. After all, you want to get the most money out of it.
That includes Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. New apps will no longer be accepted into the Windows Store soon and then the updates will stop flowing.
An iPhone and Android vulnerability has been discovered, one that is related to Bluetooth. A hacker could hijack all data transmitted via Bluetooth.
Sources say that the project is still in incubation, but that it could have collided with the Surface brand and tanked it if it was executed imperfectly.
That low-cost Windows 10 tablet Microsoft is reportedly working on is probably not called Surface Lite, but it might be powered by Intel Pentium chips.
A low-cost Surface (or at least lower-cost) tablet could be right around the corner after Microsoft apparently put the device through the FCC paces.
Both the hardware and software components of Microsoft's mystery Andromeda project have been put on hold indefinitely, according to a well-connected insider
You can save a whopping $300 off the list price of a Surface Laptop with Intel Core i5 inside, and an even heftier $350 off a Surface Pro bundle.
It's convertible, foldable and could come with a stylus. It could also be canceled at any moment. But Microsoft could "blur" the lines of computing again.
Intel may have to watch its back if Qualcomm is able to land its ambitions next year on a big chipset for laptops and maybe even desktops.
How would you like to run both Chrome OS and Windows 10 on Google's ultra-high-end Pixelbook... officially? Believe it or not, it could happen soon.
Microsoft's rumored 2018 and 2019 product roadmap includes everything from a mysterious Andromeda to a Surface Pro 6 and lower-cost HoloLens.
Microsoft and Qualcomm's first batch of Always Connected PCs, manufactured by Asus, HP and Lenovo, can access high-speed mobile Sprint data for free through the end of the year... with the usual restrictions.
The Computex 2018-unveiled Asus ZenBook S and ZenBook Pro Windows laptops stand out first and foremost with a unique hinge design and touchpad-replacing touchscreen respectively.
Metadata indicates that the game was targeted for both existing Windows 10 PCs as well as a new operating system called Andromeda.