Apple's move from Intel x86 to ARM chips will probably allow Intel-based Macs about five years of support before they are abandoned. Sounds like a good reason not to buy a Mac.
The AMD vs. Intel fight starts a new chapter with the formidable Ryzen 4000 mobile CPU. Is there any reason to buy an Intel laptop anymore? That's a good question.
Dell has three great thin-and-light laptops: The XPS 13 7390, the XPS 2-in-1 7390, and the new XPS 13 9300. Here's how to decide based on value, performance, and screen options.
SD Express cards will support PCIe 4.0, but don't expect to see it on a camera or drone anytime soon. It's traditionally taken a while for new storage standards to take hold.
The sad tale of the Alienware Area-51m tells us why we'll never, ever see upgradeable graphics in a laptop.
We put a Ryzen-powered Acer Swift 3 against Apple's new MacBook Pro 13 and the results weren't pretty
Thanks to a last-second VBIOS upgrade, some Radeon RX 5600 XT graphics cards are much faster than others. Here's what you need to know, and how to make sure yours is upgraded.
Apple’s updated MacBook Pro 13 will get the most powerful 10th-gen Intel Ice Lake CPU available. But we can think of a bunch of Windows laptops that already outstrip it in features.
Microsoft just married the Xbox Series X to the PC via DirectX 12 Ultimate, and Sony's PlayStation 5 specs get detailed
AMD executives explain how the Ryzen 4000 mobile CPUs will leap ahead of the prior generation thanks to a carefully balanced design.
The new Edge browser can use Chrome extensions, but users risk being scared away by security warnings from both Google and Microsoft.
AMD's rolling out new CDNA graphics optimized for compute tasks, and these data center GPUs could portend big changes for Radeon graphics cards. Here's why.
Qualcomm has unveiled the next generation of its 5G modem, the X60, and it's a thinly veiled bid to lock up the iPhone.
The Galaxy S20 is loaded with bells and whistles—some of which would be nice to see in the next iPhone.
The first reviews of AMD's insane 64-core Threadripper 3990X show a CPU that's in a performance class by itself, but it's not for everyone, and it has some distinct limitations as well.