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Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 has a few changes under the hood compared to the Surface Pro (2017) and Surface Pro 4. PCWorld's Mark Hachman is here to tell you if it's worth the upgrade.
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The new Palm phone is here and it doesn't run webOS, or have a stylus, trackball, or a keyboard. In fact it's not even really a phone.
Your PC needs virus protection, full stop. No matter how careful you are, some threats can't be avoided without the aid of antivirus software. Our top picks will keep you protected.
Motherboards based on Intel's new Z390 chipset are rolling out alongside Intel's 9th-gen CPUs, plugging the glaring holes in Z370's capabilities.
At its core, the Pixel Slate is a Chrome OS tablet with an optional keyboard and stylus, but it's really so much more than that.
Microsoft has restarted the Windows 10 October 2018 Update to Windows Insiders, ascribing the reports of data loss to folders that had been misdirected between a user's PC and another drive.
The Pixel 3 XL is here with an all-glass design, more powerful camera, and a giant notch.
The Google Pixel Slate debuts with a stunning display, a detachable keyboard, and new Chrome OS features that redefine the Chrome tablet.
Preordering PC components based on hype and promises always winds up disappointing in some way, and we're already seeing warning signs about Intel's Core i7-9700K.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is big, expensive, and fragile. Here are the best cases we've found to protect it.
The Windows 10 October 2018 Update offers new ways to secure your PC from ransomware, Bluetooth battery gauges, and automatic Storage Sense cloud cleanup, to name a few handy improvements.
Microsoft's Windows 10 October 2018 Update includes a few nifty tricks, such as the PC-to-PC cut and paste, and the Your Phone app to grab photos from your phone. But there's more under the hood than on the surface.
Intel unveiled its 9th-gen Core family on Monday morning, with a twist: Intel's Hyper-Threading features are now generally reserved for the new Core X-series parts.
Google is holding its annual Pixel event in New York City on Tuesday, but we're going to see a whole lot more than new phones. Here's everything we expect, don't expect, and hope to see at the big show
The $599 HP Chromebook x360 14 shows premium Chromebooks are a trend, but given its price we're surprised there's no pen.
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