DisplayMate, a website known for its in-depth screen analyses, has said that Samsung's new Galaxy Note9 handset currently - and predictably - possesses the best smartphone screen you can get.
After having been available for only a matter of hours, Apple has pulled the seventh beta if iOS 12 from circulation amidst reports of performance degradation on its own developer forums.
A bill signed by President Trump now officially prevents the U.S. Government and anyone associated directly with it from using tech made by select Chinese firms, which includes Huawei and ZTE.
During Siggraph 2018, MSI is showing off its latest laptop, the WS65. Although it is part of its workstation line, the new laptop has a sleek design and quite a bit of power under the hood.
Devil May Cry 5 won't release to retail until 2019, but the title's director, Hideaki Itsuno, has made it known that a playable demo of the game will make its debut at Gamescom 2018.
The source code for the 2018 edition of the Google I/O app has been released, giving devs a peek into a few of the newest API and platform changes. It also appears to have been completely rewritten.
The newest giveaway to kick off on Steam has New World Interactive's hardcore multiplayer tactical FPS Insurgency as the game on offer, with the promotion set to run until August 15.
The Ryzen Threadripper 2990WX chip can be purchased from global retailers and system integrators for $1,799 starting today. It works with AMD X399 platforms and other new motherboards.
Today, Apple released the seventh developers betas of iOS 12, macOS 10.14 Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. In the new iOS beta, the company has removed the new group FaceTime calling feature.
According to a new report, Google will be adding the ability to dual boot with Windows 10 to some Chromebooks. The project is codenamed Campfire, and will not work on entry level devices.
With today's highlighted deal, you can bag three critical courses for mastering today's top spreadsheet tool, Microsoft Excel. This deal is only good for the next week at a massive 98% off.
Motorola's new flagship phone, the Moto Z3, is a combination of the Z3 Play and the Z2 Force, and it comes in at a low price. The thing that's exciting about the device is the upcoming 5G Moto Mod.
Firefox for iOS has been updated today with a new dark mode and a couple of handy tab-management features, such as a basic search function. Today's update brings the app to version 13.
15-year-old Adam Drummond has won third place in the Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship. This year's MOS competition attracted a huge 760,000 applicants from 116 countries.
Xiaomi's new POCO sub-brand is launching its first phone on the 22nd of August. The POCO F1 has been dubbed the master of speed and is rumoured to launch with a 20MP front camera and a Snapdragon 845.
Samsung is contemplating whether to close down its Tianjin smartphone manufacturing plant which builds 36 million phones each year. It cited efficiency reasons for sparking the discussion.
Lenovo today announced some new members of its ThinkPad P-series workstation family. The P72 follows up on last year's ThinkPad P71, but the P1 is all-new, like an X1 for workstations.
The public is not happy, leaving Bethesda in the middle of a sticky situation. The firm has threatened legal action on an individual selling a new copy of The Evil Within 2 on the Amazon Market Place.
Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Watch. Despite it being better in many ways to the Gear S3, the watch does have one thing missing when compared to its predecessor. So does MST's absence matter?
Courtesy of the developer(s) known only as Ponn, Readable Feed Reader is a well-designed, but bare-bones RSS feed aggregator. It can currently do little more than cover the basics, but is that enough?
According to Bethesda's Pete Hines, just because Fallout 76 is exclusive to the company's launcher, may not mean that all upcoming games will go on the same route of skipping Steam releases.
It's been an interesting half a fortnight for the Redmond giant, with news covering the Insider previews, app updates and gaming additions. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide below.
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While Rage 2 will make an appearance on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 in spring 2019, the Nintendo Switch was a notable omission but id Software has not yet ruled out bringing the title to the hybrid console.
The new version of CPU-Z adds support for Intel's ninth-generation Core processors. The list from the developer suggests that the new generation will add at least six new products to the lineup.
Germany's USK, which moderates games in the country, has lightened up on its rules which means games could be allowed to include Nazi symbols. USK will review games on a case-by-case basis.
A new report from Sensor Tower suggests that Google stands to miss out on $50 million this year due to Epic Games deciding to bypass the Google Play Store for its smash-hit game Fortnite.
Plagiarism was a huge topic of conversation this week, with IGN being accused of the stealing content. After investigating, the outlet fired the editor responsible and he has now issued his response.
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Over a week ago, an unofficial extension that brings Timeline integration to Chrome was taken down due to the "Windows" trademark. It has now finally been republished on the Chrome Web Store.
This weekend's PC game deals include everything from Bethesda going on sale to celebrate QuakeCon, free events for TES Online and Hunt: Showdown, as well as even more summer sales.
The Linux Foundation and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences have created the Academy Software Foundation (ASWF) in order to improve the state of open source software in media.
Android isn't the safest mobile OS and hasn't been for years. But many enjoy it because of its flexibility. A new study has found that many devices come with vulnerabilities right out of the box.
Huawei delivered a tweet, showing off its P20 Pro, with the caption "this is called a real generation upgrade", which could be throwing some shade towards the recently released Galaxy Note9.
It was only a few days ago when Nova Launcher released the first version of its 6.0 beta. Now, a new update has been released, beta 2, that doesn't bring anything new, but does fix some bugs.
HTC has announced that several of its more recent handsets will be receiving the Android 9.0 Pie update. While this is good news, the firm did not go into detail about when these updates would arrive.
If you're looking for the best deal on the Galaxy Note9, Sam's Club, out of all places, might be the one working hardest to earn you money. The retailer is offering a $200 gift card for pre-ordering.
Samsung announced its Galaxy Note9 and while it has yet to reach consumers, someone has already deconstructed it. The exposed innards show its new construction, along with some key parts.
YouTube is now distinguishing a handful of smartphones, making it a part of its Signature Device line, promising that these devices will "deliver the best-in-class YouTube experience".
A new video has been released, showing off more details about Google's unannounced Pixel 3 XL. The phone will have what you might expect from a top-tier handset in 2018 but might come with surprises.