Huawei's new Honor View 20 is a beautiful device, with a stunning glass back design, but it also packs some killer features, like a 48-megapixel camera and an interesting hole-punch display.
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Announced at CES, Huawei's MateBook 13 is aimed at competing with the MacBook Air, but it has some serious specs, including dedicated graphics, Intel's Whiskey Lake processors, and more.
Microsoft posted an end of support page for Windows 10 Mobile this week, saying that new backups for devices will stop working on March 10, 2020. The end of support date remains December 10.
In an editorial on Time, Apple CEO Tim Cook called for people to stand up for their right to privacy, saying that the United States Congress should pass federal privacy legislation.
Fossil announced that it's selling $40 million worth of its smartwatch intellectual property to Google, and a portion of Fossil's research and development team will also join the company.
According to a new report, the next major version of Android will have a system-wide dark theme, a possible desktop mode, a permissions revamp, new accessibility options, and more.
One thing that's common every CES is new PCs, and this year's event was no exception. We've made a list of the best Windows 10 PCs that we saw, breaking them down into different categories.
Microsoft is releasing a new Xbox One Insider Preview build today for those on the Preview Alpha ring. It adds a new mini onscreen keyboard, which is designed to float around textboxes.
Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 18317 to the Fast ring today, finally separating search and Cortana. As always, there's a list of fixes, improvements, and known issues.
Microsoft released a new Windows 10 Insider Preview build to the Fast ring, bringing the build number to 18317. The build finally separates search and Cortana, which has been rumored for some time.
Microsoft today began sending out invitations for its press event at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. CEO Satya Nadella will be there, along with Alex Kipman, so expect HoloLens news.
As is typical on the Tuesday after a new Windows 10 Insider Preview is released to the Fast ring, Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview with the same build number.
It's only been a week since Patch Tuesday, but Microsoft is already releasing new cumulative updates for three versions of Windows 10, although that doesn't include the newest one.
Microsoft today released a cumulative update for Windows Insiders on the Fast ring, bringing the build number to 18312.1007. It includes a few fixes, including a File Explorer issue.
Amazon's Fire TV Stick now comes with the all-new Alexa Voice Remote, which can control aspects of your TV like the power and the volume. The new remote comes with the base model that costs $39.99.
Microsoft announced a partnership with Walgreens Boots Alliance today, saying that the healthcare company will begin rolling out Microsoft 365 subscriptions to its 380,000 employees.
One of the most notable leakers of Windows 10 build strings is shutting down, amid pressure from Microsoft. The shutdown of BuildFeed is effective immediately, but it remains open source.
Beginning today, Xbox Insiders that are on the Preview Alpha ring will be able to test out the latest 19H1 builds. However, the major new features in the update still haven't been announced.
According to BuildFeed, Microsoft has compiled a build of Windows 10 that's made for foldable devices. It's from the 19H1 development branch, and the build number is 18313. That's about all we know.
Microsoft updated its To-Do app on Windows today, adding a variety of new features. Along with better Windows Ink support, the productivity app now allows you to pin lists to your Start Menu.
Samsung brought a strong game from its entertainment division to CES again this year, showing off 8K QLED TVs, it's newer and bigger Wall micro-LED TV, the Frame TV, and quite a bit more.
LG always has one of the biggest booths at CES, with its stunning OLED setups, new TVs, and it also had some exciting PC announcements to show off, including the firm's first gram convertible.
Acer announced some cool stuff at CES, such as the ultra-slim Swift 7 laptop and the convertible Predator Triton 900. It also had a crazy gaming chair setup, called the Predator Thronos.
Razer had a lot of fun stuff at its booth again this year. The firm showed off its Xbox One mouse and keyboard, the Turret, along with new Chroma features and more. And of course, some cool concepts.
Lenovo announced the ThinkPad X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga at CES this week, and there are some major changes. For example, the X1 Yoga is now made out of aluminum, and they both have a smaller footprint.
Announced at CES, Lenovo's new Yoga laptops exceed expectations. The Yoga C730 comes with an AMOLED display, and the S940 can tell when you get up and walk away, so it locks the computer.
Lenovo's new Yoga A940 draws some obvious parallels to Microsoft's Surface Studio, but in many ways, it does a better job. It rethinks the Surface Dial, it has a real desktop CPU, and more.
iFLYTEK makes a variety of translation devices, and we got to check out some of the new ones at CES. The Translator 2.0 can translate 63 languages, and the A.I. Note can do voice-to-text.
My Arcade's Retro Champ lets you play NES and Famicom cartridges in a handheld console, but you can also plug it into a TV and connect a Bluetooth controller for retro gaming on the big screen.
Back in the old days, we had to actually go outside to see if the mail is in yet, but with the USPS Connected Mailbox, those days are no more. You can get alerts when your mail arrives, and more.
Avita's laptops come in a ton of different colors, and you can also customize them with different designs. They're made of aluminum, and they're one of the more unique laptops at CES.
Dell introduced its latest XPS 13 at CES this week, and it finally puts the webcam above the display. We went hands on with the new PC, along with the new Inspiron 7000 2-in-1 convertibles.
The biggest things to come from HP at CES this year have to do with the displays that it uses, whether it's a 4K HDR AMOLED in the Spectre x360 or new Sure View technology in Elite products.
The Fossil Sport is among the first devices to be powered by a Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset, and it's radically different from anything else we've seen so far. It could be a game-changer.
Among Lenovo's CES announcements are some new smart devices, including two tablets that have an attachable speaker, powered by Amazon Alexa. There's also a Smart Clock with Google Assistant.
Lenovo announces the Yoga A940 today, an all-in-one PC with an adjustable hinge, making it a direct competitor to Microsoft's Surface Studio. It has a 27-inch 4K display with Dolby Vision HDR.
Lenovo introduced the Yoga S940 today, a clamshell laptop that has AI sensors that can tell when you walk away from your PC. It also includes a 13.9-inch 4K Dolby Vision display, and more.
While Lenovo doesn't use OLED on its ThinkPads anymore, it's got a new consumer laptop with an OLED screen. The Yoga C730 comes with a 15.6-inch 4K AMOLED display, along with Whiskey Lake CPUs.
Along with various other CES announcements, Dell today introduced some new Inspiron 7000 convertibles. They have a pen built into the body, USB Type-C charging, narrow bezels, and more.
Dell refreshed its G5 and G7 gaming PCs today, which are made for the mainstream market. Along with Nvidia's new GeForce RTX graphics, you can get the higher-end G7 with up to a Core i9.