The D415 and D435 have been known for the last few months, and while consumers may be eager to get a look that these powerful little units, they are more designed for developers and content creators.
The remastered version of classic Age of Empires has been in limbo since it was delayed back in October, but Microsoft has announced a new release date, with fans only having to wait an extra month.
The notch for Apple's iPhone's was not too popular in the beginning, but achieve a near bezel-less display, you need something to house a phone's camera and sensors. A Samsung patent describes a way.
It's been a few months since we last saw Microsoft's Kevin Gallo discussing developer topics, but a new one has been announced that will have the VP of WDP talking about Windows 10 on ARM and a Q&A.
Prototyping is an art form the public doesn't get to see too often. Google has opened up a bit on the process, with designer Ivy Ross offering her thoughts and design choices for various products.
Silly configuration issues can sometimes lead to unexpected surprises. In this case, an issue with the in-game store allowed users download the content a week before it was scheduled to be released.
Security researchers are always trying to find ways to break devices or get into their code. If a problem is found, they alert the manufacturer to it can be fixed quietly. Others can be more vocal.
With a growing emphasis on health from tech companies, Microsoft is doing an about-face by pulling its Health Insights app from the iOS, Android and Windows stores effective later this month.
Installing anything from the internet is an adventure these days, but when you download items from a reputable source, you expect they are fine. Not so with four extensions from the Chrome Web Store.
Stories are appearing all over about the Senate being one vote away from bringing the resolution to overturn the net neutrality repeal to a full membership vote. That is not even half the battle.
Stardock has put out 12 of its popular Windows productivity tools into another little package, and is selling it for half the normal price. It includes Groupy for putting applications into tabs.
Politicians continue to pressure AT&T to distance itself from the Chinese tech company over national security concerns. The latest move is to get the wireless carrier to nix collaboration on 5G.
If you have been looking for a way to break into the computer field, but don't have a lot of money to do it, the tech giant is offering a course to help, as part of its Grow with Google program.
It is almost six weeks until the start of the Mobile World Congress and Samsung's announcement of the Galaxy S9 and S9+ handsets are a poorly kept secret. Now, we may have a release date as well.
Samsung is going to be unveiling its next top-of-the-line smartphones at the Mobile World Congress next month. But newly released FCC filings show two variants of the expected Galaxy S9 and S9+
Businesses usually have private opinions of other companies, and sometimes throw shade at the competition. Rarely do we ever get an outright besmirching of a product. Dbrand apparently doesn't care.
CES was the big event this week, and we got a lot of Microsoft-related stories. But the Spectre and Meltdown fixes were still in the news, especially in relation to AMD chips. Catch up on the week.
Amazon is continually trying to improve its smart assistant to differentiate it from the multitude of competitors out there. One way is to allow Alexa to impart her own opinions into the conversation.
Malware is never fun, but even more frustrating when it targets software aimed at kids. Such is the case with Adult Swine, an app that targets games and then installs pornographic ads in them.
The PC market has been in a slump for the last several years, but the recently concluded holiday season seems to offer hope that shipments of PCs are finally stabilizing and primed for a turnaround.
Every online games store is eventually going to have a sale. Steam is the most high profile, but Humble also offers good discounts. The latter has launched its winter sale with some big savings.
AMD has maintained that its processors are immune to Meltdown and that its chip architecture made it likely that Spectre posed zero risk. However, it is still issuing updates to mitigate risk.
If you are eagerly waiting for the next version of Halo and need a fix, then you'll be happy to know that Halo 5: Guardians is free to play this weekend with an Xbox Live Gold membership.
The file-sharing company - once called "a feature, not a product" by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs - has taken the initial steps to go public and start selling company stock in the next few months.
Intel has been battered by the revelation of vulnerabilities in its chips. For his part, CEO Brian Krzanich has owned up to the company's missteps, and now offers an open letter to the tech community.
The Chinese smartphone company has had success worldwide with its OnePlus 5 and 5T devices. But until it can break into the U.S. market, it won't grow as much. The company hopes 2018 changes that.
Virtual reality continues to be a big draw these days, with many companies jumping into the arena. 4K is the new buzzword, but Chinese company Pimax Kickstarted an 8K headset, which is now delayed.
There are lots of wireless routers to choose from, but a recurring problem is the possibility of dead spots in large homes. Huawei's system is the latest attempt by companies to solve the issue.
Google Assistant is getting into everything these days, and the latest integration will make the satellite TV service a hands-free experience for its users beginning in the first half of the year.
OK, so Gal Gadot is really the new Chief Experience Officer, but that doesn't change the fact that the tech giant faces an uphill battle in bringing its smartphones to the United States without help.
Google has quickly updated most of its hardware to help mitigate against the Meltdown and Spectre security holes, but if you have questions about your Chromebook, you can find out its update status.
In an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, GOP Sen. John Thune wants the company to provide more details on its battery replacement policy, transparency to users, and future plans on iPhone slowdowns.
Windows Defender and Adobe Flash Player were the big ones affecting Windows 10, but Microsoft continues to try to mitigate security holes that can be exploited by Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities.
After Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, many smartphone makers began activating the FM chips in their devices for emergency updates. Samsung will again continue the trend with its new phones.
Leaks had suggested that Chinese smartphone maker Vivo had solved the problem of an in-display fingerprint scanner, thanks to Synaptics. The company has officially confirmed it, showing it off at CES.
One of the benefits of going to CES is getting a good look at new tech. Some of that tech isn't necessarily for sale, but just looks mighty impressive. LG offered that this year with its OLED Canyon.
AR glasses are becoming more of a reality as developers move beyond the geekiness that was Google Glass. These new specs have a much better design and can pass for a rather clunky pair of sunglasses.
Those with older iPhones have been using Apple's program to get new batteries, but an Apple store in Zurich had to briefly put that on hold as one started to smoke while it was being replaced.
We've known that Facebook was working on it's answer to Amazon's device, but a new report suggests that the unit already has a name and price and will be revealed at the F8 developer event in May.
If you want to do your part to decrease gun violence, the headphone maker is giving you your chance, but at a premium price. The new devices come in at twice the price of the company's regular device.