At CES last week, Qualcomm explained to Neowin that Win32 apps will only affect performance and battery life on Snapdragon-powered PCs as much as they do on Intel-powered machines.
Windows 11 released to the Beta channel still has broken Taskbar and Start menu
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.
This year, it looks like Google and its partners will be pushing 180-degree cameras. Yi is one of the first partners, announcing its Horizon VR180 Camera, which will be released in spring.
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.
According to a new report, the company's rumoured foldable smartphone has reached the final stages of R&D, with the company choosing to showcase the device to select partners at CES 2018.
This year at CES, Razer unveiled its latest concept, called Project Linda. Using the new Razer Phone, it docks it into a laptop where a trackpad would be, which can then be controlled by a mouse.
Samsung went big on its new TVs this year, literally. It announced a 146-inch MicroLED TV that can actually be resized without compromising performance, along with an 85-inch 8K QLED TV.
Microsoft's Partner Showcase at CES 2018 included a number of the third-party devices that were announced at the event, such as the Lenovo Miix 630, HP Z 3D Camera, Spectre 15 x360, and more.
LG is always one of the more fun booths to visit at CES, and this year was no different. It included an OLED Canyon, new super-thin TVs, a display of the V30 on top of OLED TVs, and more.
Acer announced a range of new PCs this week at CES 2017, including the Always-Connected Swift 7, the Nitro 5 gaming laptop, a new Chromebook for $249, a Predator Orion desktop, and more.
Samsung has won two awards from the EPA in the U.S. The first was for the upcoming Galaxy Upcycle programme and the other was for collecting and responsibly recycling 118 million pounds of e-waste.
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.
At Microsoft's Partner Showcase at CES, the company showed off the Johnson Controls GLAS, a translucent smart thermostat that's powered by Windows 10 IoT Core, and includes full Cortana support.
Intel had a large booth at CES again this year, showing off an array of PCs with eighth-generation Core processors, an immersive 5G demo, and more. Plus, there's a surprise performance from Hisense.
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.
Matrix has shown off its upcoming PowerWatch X at CES, a battery-free device which can receive notifications via Bluetooth and vibrate, while using your body heat to charge itself.
Popular community-based navigation app, Waze, will feature AppLink integration with SYNC 3 equipped 2018 model year vehicles from Ford and will be enabled via an update for other compatible cars.
Samsung introduced its Flip digital whiteboard during CES 2018. The device will cost $2,699 and it could be a good alternative to the more costly Microsoft Surface Hub and Google's Jamboard.
Honor again announced the View10 at CES, despite making its debut in December. Although it is currently not available for sale in the U.S., we were able to get some hands-on time with the unit.
The Sony Xperia Ear concent earphones gave users at CES a completely new experience. The earbuds allow external ambient noises to hit the ear, while also allowing music to be enjoyed simultaneously.
Insta360 has announced a new 360-degree camera add-on for the iPhone. The Nano S connects via the Lightning port and can also be used as a stand-alone device with support for memory cards.
If you attend CES, you'll often get to preview technology products and services that may one day become a part of our lives. Furrion showed off its vision of the future with its off-road mech.
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.
The BlackBerry Motion is finally making its debut in the United States on January 12. At CES 2018, we got our hands on one and can now give our first impressions of the handset ahead of its release.
It would seem that Lenovo has learned a lot from the first generation of its ThinkPad X1 Tablet, as it made quite a few changes to its 2018 model. It's now bigger, has a new kickstand, and more.
Alcatel gave a sneak peek at its upcoming line of handsets at CES 2018. Luckily, we were able to to get our hands on the Alcatel 5 and Alcatel 3v prior to their official debut at MWC 2018.
Lenovo refreshed its lineup of ThinkPads this year at CES again, but the X1 Yoga doesn't have an OLED variant this time around. Instead, it uses Dolby Vision. Have a look at the two side-by-side.
Earlier this week at CES, LG announced its lineup of OLED and Super UHD TVs, with its ThinQ AI feature. Now, the company has confirmed that support for Amazon's Alexa will be included.
After announcing the Envy x2 in December with a Snapdragon 835 processor, HP also unveiled an Intel-powered model at CES 2018 in Las Vegas. There are some other differences as well.
At the ongoing CES 2018 trade show, Samsung's president of mobile business, DJ Koh, confirmed that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will launch at the Mobile World Congress 2018 next month.
This week at CES 2018, Lenovo became the third PC manufacturer to announce a Snapdragon 835-powered Windows 10 PC. The device is a tablet that includes an attachable keyboard and pen support.
SteelSeries released a truckload of products last year and it shows no signs of slowing down coming into 2018. The firm has revealed its latest mouse, the Rival 600, with dual sensor tracking.
Today at CES, Huawei announced that it will be bringing its Mate 10 Pro to the United States on February 18 for $799, although it will be doing so without support from major carriers.
When it was announced that Amazon will be bringing its Alexa voice assistant to Windows 10 PCs, HP was among the first out of the gate with one. The Pavilion Wave looks like a speaker, but it's a PC.
At CES this week, the manufacturer of flash memory revealed what it calls the smallest flash drive to feature 1TB of storage. A release date or pricing was, however, not provided at the time.
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.