Motorola's Moto Z3 Play has a brand new all-glass design, along with some new camera features. Even with an 18:9 display, it still keeps the design of its predecessors for compatibility with Mods.
Dominic Maas, known for developing a UWP SoundCloud client called SoundByte, has released an add-on for Firefox and Google Chrome that allows them to sync with Windows 10's Timeline feature.
A year after SteamVR Tracking 2.0 first made headlines, HTC has shared a video showing a VR space that extends beyond a single physical room, using trackers to plot common coordinates between spaces.
The July update for Office on Android has just been made available, bringing a number of new features to three of the five apps in the suite. For those keeping track, it's version 16.0.10325.20043.
Lenovo's ThinkPad L380 Yoga boasts an eighth-gen Intel U-series quad-core CPU, 360-degree hinge, touchscreen, and a pen, all for under $900. Here's our review of Lenovo's convertible laptop.
The week that's just ending was packed with news about Xbox software, Patch Tuesday's regular influx of updates, and an unexpectedly quick reveal of a new member in the Surface family. All that below.
Apple has stated that the keyboard on the new MacBook Pro lineup won't fix sticky key issues. Yet, a teardown has revealed that the new keyboard might include a measure of protection to prevent it.
The Debian project has announced the fifth update to its current stable release, Debian 9, codenamed "Stretch". The new disk images come with all the latest security and bug fixes.
Microsoft has appealed to the U.S. government to appoint a commission to regulate facial recognition technology, laying out various concerns that come with its proliferation among consumers.
With the Pay What You Want bundle deals, you can get something incredible for as little as you want to pay. However, if you beat the average price, you'll receive everything in this awesome bundle!
This weekend's PC game deals include a build your own bundle by the Humble Store that offers up the catalog of Telltale Games, and a Daedalic bundle that includes Shadow Tactics and Crazy Machines 3.
For the past eight months, Google has ignored a problem with its Pixel 2. A user created a fix for the issue and now conveniently, Google has commented on the situation with a disappointing response.
Apple recently announced MacBook Pros are already arriving to those who ordered them, and no time is being wasted testing out the improved keyboard which is advertised as being quieter.
BlackBerry handset owners have been wondering when the KEYone will be updated to Android Oreo. The firm has started the process with the handset, offering up details through a new beta program.
Motorola is back at it again, adding another handset to its already bursting portfolio this year. The e5 play running Android Go is set to arrive in Europe and Latin America this month
In celebration of the impending release of Shenmue I and II, Sega has released a video that shows real-life locations of Dobuita Street in Japan, used as inspiration for the game's environment.
The stock Android dialer app, Google Phone, is now getting the ability to filter out some spam calls almost entirely, blocking any sort of user notification for such unwanted contact attempts.
Years after the cancellation of its efforts for a "3D touch" smartphone, Microsoft has obtained a new patent for a technology that could sense and track a user's body without actual touch input.
After many weeks of efforts by the Chinese firm to regain the trust of the American government, the Department of Commerce has finally lifted the ban it had imposed on the company's imports.
YouTube TV experienced an outage during a semifinal match of the World Cup. As you can imagine, people weren't happy. The service is now apparently trying to extend an olive branch to users.
Since the start of the year, the bitcoin hash rate has boomed by 155%. Hash rate charts indicate the amount of computing power mining bitcoin, which makes us ask: why are so many mining it now?
A new report from a South Korean news outlet says that LG could be preparing two new smartwatches for launch as early as this month, as the company seeks to take on Samsung's upcoming wearable.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is slated to go through beta periods on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 in the next couple of months, with both the multiplayer modes and the new battle royale mode being tested.
Huawei is doing a lot of exciting things these days, so one of the topics on the Europe Tour was how the company will stay ahead of its competition. As you'd expect, it's focusing on AI.
Apple's iPads have gotten more powerful over the years, and as such, have been able to power more robust apps. Because of this, Adobe might soon bring a full version of Photoshop to the iPad.
With today's highlighted deal, save $210 off a 10-Year subscription to a '.tech' domain through Radix. Be an Internet pioneer and build your brand with a '.tech' domain name via Neowin Deals.
The team behind the Brave browser has announced that it now has three million monthly active users and that it's in the Top 10s under "free communication apps" on Android in 21 countries.
A new report has emerged, claiming that Microsoft's Andromeda project is definitely not dead, and that it has just been sent back to the drawing board to be "significantly reworked".
Normally priced close to $900, this no-nonsense Dell Vostro Small Desktop features an 8th-gen Intel i5-8400, an expandable 8GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB HDD. It comes preloaded with Windows 10 Pro.
Normally priced close to $700, this no-nonsense Dell Vostro Small Desktop features an 8th-gen Intel i3-8100, an expandable 4GB of DDR4 RAM and 1TB HDD. It comes preloaded with Windows 10 Pro.
A new UK survey shows that 86% of interviewed parents do not pay any mind to age ratings for video games. Only 23% had the same to say regarding movies, which raises some interesting questions.
Eight more games have arrived to EA's Origin Access subscription service on PC, including Cities: Skylines, RiME, Darksiders: Warmasterered Edition, Jotun Valhalla Edition, and more.
A new form of ransomware has emerged, with targeted users being threatened to provide money. Old passwords are used by the blackmailers as proof that their victim's online data is not private anymore.
Not only did Apple release new MacBook Pros today but there is now an external GPU solution for its newer computers. The new eGPU has a custom enclosure and houses a Radeon Pro 580.
In Animal Crossing, you could play classic games on NES consoles. But there was a console that was not bundled with a game and had no use. Apparently, that unit can be used as an in-game NES emulator.
Intel has announced that it is acquiring eASIC. With the purchase, Intel says it is acquiring a manufacturer of leading products and its world-class team. The deal will be finalised in Q3 2018.
We are almost a week away from the start of San Diego Comic-Con and it looks like Xbox will have a pop-up shop at the event that will carry gear and other items exclusive to the event.
If this new image is legitimate, Samsung will have a new design on the rear of its Galaxy Note9. The handset will have the fingerprint reader repositioned, solving many people's gripes from last year.
Mozilla has updated the version of Firefox in the Nightly release channel, adding support for the light/dark theme setting in Windows 10. The team says custom themes aren't affected by this change.
Those planning to pick up the cooperative shooter Earthfall will want to install AMD's new 18.7.1 driver, which bring impressive performance boosts of almost 30% to its line-up of graphics cards.