The Creative Super X-Fi Air puts the best virtual surround-sound experience into headphones that don't measure up quite as well. It's a solid experience, but it should be stellar.
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The U.S. ban on Huawei calls into question whether the company's Matebook and Matebook Pro laptops are safe to buy. We update you on Intel and Microsoft support, and all the remaining uncertainty.
This countertop water filter reduces nearly a dozen pollutants, but it's not worth the investment for everyone.
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The U.S. Department of Commerce has added several of China's top supercomputer and chipmakers to its "entity list," including the THATIC joint venture between AMD and the Chinese government.
Frontier's last stab at Zoo Tycoon didn't go over so well, but six years later they've returned (albeit without the name) to create the Zoo Tycoon 2 sequel we've waited for since 2004.
The Dell G7 15 is a perfectly serviceable mid-tier machine with an understated business-casual design, but its expensive price tag is out of step with the hardware inside.
The Sonos Amp is a great-sounding and supremely flexible amplifier that's a superb choice for your home theater or for critical listening. And it will drive just about any type of passive loudspeaker you'd care to use.
The 15th annual faceoff between flagship TVs from LG, Samsung, and Sony revealed that picture quality continues to improve while performance differences continue to dwindle.
Google has confirmed that it won't be making tablets anymore, and the world is a happier place.
We've reviewed an array of wireless chargers to find the best one for Android and iPhone.
The Consumer Technology Association said this week that Trump tariffs levied on Chinese goods could force consumers to pay significantly more for laptops, cell phones, and other technologies. Dell, Intel, Microsoft, and Apple all sent letters.
Surfing the web through a virtual private network (VPN) can keep your identity and data safe and secure online. We show you what to look for in a VPN and help you pick the best one for your needs.
Laptops sold between September 2015 and February 2017 are affected.