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The fastest charging phone we’ve ever tested has a Lamborghini badge

Can the Oppo Find X Lamborghini Edition smartphone really charge its battery from zero to 100-percent capacity in just 35 minutes? We've test driven the exciting phone to find out. More>>

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HP packs 20 hours of battery life and 4G LTE in redesigned Spectre x360 models

For the fall season, HP is introducing refreshed versions of the Spectre 13, Spectre 15, and also a new Elitebook X360 1040 G5. Some of the new devices come packed with 4G LTE mobile internet access. More>>

Elon Musk offers free rides through first Boring Company tunnel from December

Members of the public will soon get to find out if Elon Musk's high-speed tunnel plan is a serious effort at reducing traffic congestion or little more than a fancy theme park ride, with free rides being offered from... More>>

Common Google Pixel 3 problems and how to fix them

The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are arguably the best Android phones out there right now -- but they aren't perfect. Users have reported a number of issues and problems related to the Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.... More>>

From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0, here’s how Google’s OS evolved over a decade

It's hard to believe, but Android has been around for almost a decade now. From Android 1.0 to Android 9.0 Pie, here's the history of Android and the changes that came with each new software iteration. More>>

The best iPhone XS cases

If the iPhone XS is your next phone, then you’ll want to shop for some proper protection now. That glass sandwich design is all too easy to scratch or crack, so make sure you snag one of the best iPhone XS cases to keep it... More>>

Watch the moment NASA releases 450,000 gallons of water onto a launch pad

NASA's next-generation rocket will be one of the most powerful ever made and at launch will generate a colossal amount of heat and noise. Here's what it's going to do to control all that energy ... More>>

Next week, Xiaomi will announce a phone with 5G and 10GB of RAM

Xiaomi will announce the Mi Mix 3 smartphone on October 25, and according to the company's spokesperson, it will be capable of connecting at 5G speeds and feature 10GB of RAM -- two world firsts. More>>

What is antivirus software and how does it work?

Everyone says you need it, but really is antivirus software, and how does it work? It depends on who you ask as different digital security companies employ different techniques to combat the latest malware threats. More>>

Google’s new floating keyboard is so helpful, it’ll put you on cloud nine

Bezel-less smartphones look great, but typing isn't always so good, as grip can be more of a challenge. Step forward Google and its Gboard keyboard, which now has a floating keyboard feature to help out. More>>

Useful LG V40 ThinQ tips and tricks

With five cameras and awesome specs, the LG V40 ThinQ is one of the most innovative phones of 2018. While the V40 can get a great shot in any scenario, it's capable of so much more. Here are a few of our favorite tips and... More>>

Death from above? How we’re preparing for a future filled with weaponized drones

Drones are beginning to enable everything from search & rescue, to the delivery of medicines to hard-to-reach places. But they are also being used as cheap, and deadly flying bombs. How can we defend ourselves? More>>

The best lite apps for Android and iOS

Looking to save data, storage, and reduce performance issues? Lite apps and Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) are the best options. Here's our roundup of lite apps and PWAs for all the most popular apps on the market. More>>

Budget TVs are finally worth buying, and you can thank Roku

Not all that long ago, budget TVs were only worth looking at if, well, you were on a budget. Thanks to Roku, not only are budget TVs now a viable option for anyone, but they might even be a better buy than more expensive TVs. More>>

Oculus Rift vs. HTC Vive

The Oculus Rift and HTC Vive are the two big names in the virtual-reality arena, but most people can only afford one. Our comparison tells you which is best when you pit the Oculus Rift vs. HTC Vive. More>>

Samsung Galaxy Book 2 vs. Surface Pro 6

We're the stacking Surface Pro 6 and Galaxy Book 2 up against each other in this head-to-head. Both of these devices share a similar form factor and design, but be it LTE connectivity or difference in pricing, each offers... More>>

How to stay anonymous online

You don't have to be a secret agent or a notorious hacktivist to care about anonymity. Consult this guide to learn tips, tricks, and best practices for staying anonymous and keeping your online activity private More>>

From Boost to Cricket, these little carriers could save you big bucks

Looking to switch from a major carrier to something a little more affordable? Luckily, there are a ton of great MVNO options to choose from. Check out our guide to the best MVNOs, from Boost Mobile to Google Project Fi. More>>

Everything you need to know about the 2018 MacBook

Whether it's called the MacBook Air or just the MacBook, Apple is highly rumored to introduce a new, affordable laptop in 2018. We discuss reports about upgrading displays, processors, sign-in features, and more. More>>

IPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR: How to buy Apple’s new phones

After months of rumors and speculation, Apple has finally taken the wraps off of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Now that the phones are out, you might be wondering how you can get them for yourself. More>>

Intel Core i9 vs. AMD Threadripper

The battle for the top prosumer CPUs in the world is on. In this head to head, we pit the Core i9 versus the Threadripper to see which is the best when it comes to maximizing multi-core performance on a single chip. More>>

Here’s how to buy the new LG V40 ThinQ

LG has finally taken the wraps off the new LG V40 ThinQ, the company's latest and greatest flagship phone that packs a whopping five cameras. Here's how to buy the new LG V40 ThinQ. More>>

Here’s everything you need to know about Intel’s 9th-gen chips

The Intel Core i9-9900K processor was the star of the show for consumers, but a powerful 28-core Xeon processor also led announcements. Here's everything you need to know about the latest Intel chipsets. More>>

Intel Core i9-9900K review and benchmark

Intel has launched the first Core i9 for the average gamer. Despite some controversies around its release, it’s the fastest gaming processor we’ve yet tested. More>>

Apple iPhone XS vs. iPhone XS Max vs. iPhone XR

Apple has three new iPhone models to choose from this year, making the choice a little harder than usual. What's the difference between the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR, and which is best? More>>

Scientists create a condom that self-lubricates during sex. You’re welcome

Researchers from Boston University have invented a special coating for condoms which make them respond to bodily fluids by becoming more slippery. Here's how their new breakthrough works. More>>

Google Maps brings its real-time journey-tracking feature to iPhone

It's been available on Android for a while now, and now Google Maps has brought its real-time journey-tracking feature to iOS. It lets you choose who to share a journey with, and tracking ends automatically when you arrive. More>>

Huawei is working on a 5G foldable phone, massive Mate 20 X may be its template

Huawei is working on a folding 5G smartphone, according to the company's CEO, Richard Yu. He also provoked speculation the phone may have something in common with the massive Mate 20 X and its 7.2-inch screen. More>>

FDA approves sale of Bose’s over-the-counter hearing aid

The FDA has granted Bose approval to bring its over-the-counter hearing aid to market. The app-controlled device is the first of its kind to be granted FDA approval since Congress passed a law allowing the sale of OTC... More>>

Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 vs. Google Pixelbook

Samsung's Chromebook Plus V2 attempts to answer the question: can you spend around half as much as on the premium Google Pixelbook and be happy that you saved some serious cash? More>>

For only $4,950, you can get jetpack lessons from the world’s only instructor

Have you ever dreamed of flying using a jetpack? JetPack Aviation founder -- and the world's only qualified jetpack teacher -- David Mayman is now offering a day of flight instruction. More>>

Key settings you need to change on your brand-new Google Pixel 3 or 3 XL phone

Google's Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones are now available. If you've set the phone up, we've rounded up a handful of key settings we think you should tweak or turn on to get the most out of your new device. More>>

A ThinkPad tablet with a foldable screen could be in Lenovo’s future

Lenovo may be working on its own version of Project Andromeda. The company is reportedly working on a 13-inch tablet that can fold down to just nine inches for travel by leveraging LG Display's foldable screen technology. More>>

Key settings you need to change on your brand-new LG V40 ThinQ

Now that you've finally got your brand new LG V40 ThinQ in hand, it's time to get to work. Whether its hiding the notch or setting a schedule for the blue light filter, here are some key settings you'll want to change on... More>>

Who is ‘Scam Likely,’ and why are you receiving calls from them?

While it may seem like a bold marketing move to tag your calls "Scam Likely," these alerts are actually your carrier's way of helping you identify scams. Here, we'll walk you through what exactly these markers mean and how... More>>

Key settings you need to change on your Sony Xperia XZ3

The first thing you need to do when you buy a new phone is dig into the settings and customize it to your liking. We’ve got step-by-step instructions for tweaking key settings on your Sony Xperia XZ3 right here. More>>

Ekster 3.0 lets you ask, ‘Alexa, where did I leave my wallet?’

Ekster's newest smart wallet is its best yet. It's slimmer than ever, boasts a neat card-dispensing mechanism, and will even let you know where it is, thanks to smart speaker integration. More>>

Are e-cigarettes safe? Here’s what the most recent science says

Ecigarettes are widely regarded and advertised as a healthier alternative to cigarettes for people who are trying to kick the smoking habit. How safe are these cigarette alternatives? We went deep into the recent... More>>

Ryzen shine! AMD’s next CPUs could beat Intel at gaming in 2019

AMD's upcoming Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 CPUs could offer as much as a 13-percent increase in instruction per clock. With clock speed or core count increases, that could gave them a huge performance boost. More>>

Here’s how to buy the new Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL

Google finally unveiled the new Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 3 XL, arguably the best Android phones currently available. Now that they're official, you might be wondering how to get them for yourself. More>>

Adobe MAX 2018 Preview: What it is, why it matters, and what to expect

Each year, Adobe uses its Adobe MAX conference to show off its latest apps, technologies, and tools to help simplify and improve the workflow of creatives the world over. Here's what you should expect from this year's... More>>

5 Features we want in Google’s Pixelbook 2

With rumors that Google will debut slimmer bezels on the Pixelbook 2 this fall, we have our own wishlist of five features that could make Google's premium Chromebook hardware even better. And yes, that includes smaller... More>>

YouTube down! Video-streaming site has crashed for users around the world

It's rare to see YouTube suffer serious issues, but at the time of writing, the site appears to be down for many of its users around the world. It's only just happened, and the company says it's dealing with the problem. More>>

Goodbye, Essential? Android creator’s startup cuts nearly a third of its staff

Essential has cut as much as 30 percent of its workforce, suggesting that it may be in more trouble than previously thought. The news comes a few months after the company reportedly canceled a follow-up to the Essential... More>>

Chrome 70 is now available and won’t automatically log you in to the browser

Google has officially launched Chrome version 70 on Windows Mac and Linux. The update introduces some new Progressive Web App integrations on Windows 10 and also tweaks the much controversial auto login with Google Account... More>>

Japanese scientists are chewing over an ‘electric gum’ that never loses flavor

Researchers at Japan's Meiji University may have found the secret to unlimited chewing gum -- and it just involves zapping your tongue with electricity. Here's what makes it all work. More>>

With Spotify for WearOS, you no longer need your phone to stream music

A Spotify app will soon be available for download on Wear OS smartwatches. Whether you're working out or lounging at home, you'll soon be able to access and control your music straight from your wrist. More>>

Winamp eyes big comeback in 2019 with podcast, streaming support

Classic audio player Winamp is getting a major overhaul in 2019 that's designed to bring it up-to-date and make it competitive with the likes of Apple Music, Amazon Music, Spotify, Audible, and more, all in one go. More>>

Here’s how Google’s Call Screening A.I. works, and how to use it

Google's Pixel 3 and 3 XL smartphones can take excellent photos, but there are a few artificial intelligence features that steal the show. Call Screening uses Google Assistant to answer the phone for spam calls. More>>

The best YouTube channels for sports lovers

If you're a cable cutter who still wants to enjoy quality sports highlights and analysis, YouTube is the place to go. There are plenty of great sports-centric channels on YouTube, each of which provides great highlights... More>>

Healthy mice born from two genetic mothers using stem cells, gene editing

Healthy mice have been born from two genetics mothers and later went on to bear healthy offspring of their own, according to a recent paper published by researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences. More>>

The 10 best USB-C cables of 2018

If you weren't already aware, USB-C is quickly becoming mainstream. That's why we've rounded up some of the better USB-C cables on the market, whether you're looking to charge or sync your smartphone. More>>

Congratulations Palm, you’ve launched the stupidest product of the year

The Palm is a smartphone to reduce your smartphone usage, or a small smartphone for when you don't want to carry your big smartphone. Palm itself doesn't seem sure which it is, but either way, it's a product that's so... More>>

MIT is building a new $1 billion college dedicated to all things A.I.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has announced a new $1 billion college of computing designed to offer the best possible education to future machine learning A.I. experts. More>>

Self-correcting quadcopter can keep itself aloft even if one rotor fails

Most quadcopters won't fly unless all four rotors are functioning. But what happens if one gets damaged during flight? Researchers from the Netherlands think they've come up with a solution. More>>

Surface Pro 6 vs. Surface Go

Each of Microsoft’s Surface devices are great, but with the recent addition of the Surface Pro 6, you might be wondering how it stacks up against the Surface Go. In this comparison piece, we’ve put the two devices up... More>>

Surface Pro 6 vs. iPad Pro

In an era where everyone is taking a bite at Apple’s products, we’ve stacked up the 12.9-inch iPad Pro against the latest Surface Pro 6. Check out this comparison guide to see which one gives you more bang for your buck. More>>

What is deep learning?

What is deep learning? A branch of machine learning, this field deals with the creation of neural networks that are modeled after the brain and adept at dealing with large amounts of human-oriented data, like writing and... More>>

Google Pixel 3 vs. Apple iPhone XS: Does Google’s A.I. take down Apple?

The Google Pixel 3 is here, boasting top-tier specs like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and 4GB of RAM, and some of the world's best artificial intelligence features on a phone. But can it take out the Apple iPhone XS? More>>

Which Verizon plan is best for you? We check out family, individual, and prepaid

Verizon offers lots of plans for individuals, your family, and folks who want prepaid service. Here is everything you need to know about Verizon's plans, from data packages and smartphones to Big Red's prepaid plans. More>>

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme vs. MacBook Pro 15

To try and help nail down the best 15-inch laptops in the world, we compared the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme vs. MacBook Pro 15 in a head to head that looked at their power, design, and portability. More>>

Microsoft co-founder, Seahawks owner Paul Allen dies at 65

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died on October 15 of complications from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. The cancer survivor was best known for his entrepreneurial spirit and his frequent contributions to charities. More>>

Drop that iPhone! Researchers suggest limiting kids’ screen time to 2 hours a day

How much screen time should our kids have per day? Researchers from Canada have attempted to answer that question with a recent analysis of lifestyle data from 4,520 American kids. More>>

Did your Windows 10 audio stop working after the update? Microsoft has a fix

Microsoft has released a small patch for its October 2018 Update build of Windows 10 following some users facing audio issues that resulted in no sound output at all. After this fix, that problem should disappear for good. More>>

World’s first 49-inch, dual QHD curved monitor tops Dell’s new line of displays

Dell's world's first 49-inch dual QHD curved monitor and other new displays come packed with innovative design features and technologies aimed at meeting demands of workflows everywhere. More>>

Updated Intel processor benchmarks still beat AMD Ryzen competitor, but by less

After some controversy, updated Principled Technologies testing shows the Intel i9-9900K with a reduced lead over the AMD Ryzen 2700X in benchmarks, and with the AMD Ryzen 2700 X seeing better performance. More>>

How do you like the idea of a robot dog as a work colleague?

Boston Dynamics wants to see Spot in the workplace, but not as part of take-your-dog-to-work days. Quite the opposite, in fact, as the technology company believes its extraordinary robo-dog is now ready to start work. More>>

With cameras that know dogs from Dodges, Honda is making intersections safer

he most challenging aspects of creating smarter, safer cities can be witnessed at any street corner. That's where, to coin a phrase, the rubber meets the road, because that's where, according to the National Highway... More>>

What Killed the Concorde? And Will Passenger Planes Ever Again Reach Supersonic Speeds?

In a new book, Last Days of the Concorde, journalist and author Samme Chittum delves into the mindset that inspired engineers to design this marvel, the series of events that led to its fatal crash, and the possibility... More>>

Silicon Valley just got a new automated farm where leafy greens are grown by machines

Farming hasn't changed too much for hundreds of years. Now a new startup called Iron Ox has opened its first automated hydroponics farm, producing a variety of leafy greens tended by machines. More>>

Spoof Adobe Flash updaters are inserting cryptocurrency mining malware

As part of these attacks, bogus Adobe updaters go on to legitimately update Flash Player and throw users to an official website on completion. Unfortunately, they also embed an "XMRig" mining bot in the process. More>>

OnePlus charges into U.K. carrier stores, leaving online-only start in the past

OnePlus's next phone, the OnePlus 6T, will be more widely available than any OnePlus phone before it, as the company has announced major deals with retailers in the U.K. The device launches on October 30. More>>

What the heck is machine learning, and why is it everywhere these days?

Machine learning has been responsible for some of the biggest advances in artificial intelligence over the past decade. But what exactly is it? Check out our handy beginner's guide. More>>

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme vs. Dell XPS 15

Finding the best laptop for professional use at the office, on the move, and at home is no easy task. There's plenty to choose but to find the best of the best, we pitted the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme vs. Dell XPS 15. More>>

The best internet speed tests

If you're worried that you aren't getting the most from your internet package, speed tests are a great way to find out what your real connection is capable of. Here are the best internet speed tests available today. More>>

How to recover Google contacts

If you accidentally deleted an important person from your Google Contacts, they might not be lost forever. Recovering them is a fairly easy process -- as long as you do it quickly. Here's how. More>>

Check out the British Army’s beefy new bomb-disposal robot

The British Army is about to get an impressive new explosive ordnance disposal robot that is able to climb stairs, negotiate slopes, cut wires, and … oh, yes, dispose of bombs, too. More>>

Pocket transforms articles into podcasts with an assist from Amazon

Read-it-later app Pocket is adding an option to turn articles into easily navigable podcasts with its new app redesign for iOS and Android. The feature relies on Amazon's voice-to-text service Polly. More>>

The news is stressful, but easier on the eyes with new Google News dark theme

Being blinded at 6 a.m. when you wake up and check the news will soon be a thing of the past, as Google is rolling out an update that adds a much-needed dark theme to Google News. More>>

Enjoy the internet anywhere with LTE on the new Samsung Chromebook Plus v2

With the new addition of LTE, the Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 should now more enticing for consumers who just want a device for traveling and enjoying the internet wherever they go. More>>

Huawei can make superb phones, but the Y7 Prime isn’t one of them

We've adored some of the recent Huawei smartphones, including the excellent P20 Pro; but the firm also makes some cheaper hardware. We've been using the $220 Huawei Y7 Prime to find out if it's similarly tempting. More>>

New ‘parkour’ video shows Boston Dynamics robot training to overthrow humanity

Robots doing backflips? That's so 2017! In its latest jaw-dropping YouTube video, Boston Dynamics’ Atlas robot pulls off some frankly astonishing parkour stunts for our viewing pleasure. More>>

Why Intel and Nvidia controversies prove you should always wait for benchmarks

Pre-ordering any new hardware without independent testing is dangerous because you don't really know how good it is. That goes doubly so when pre-release tests from manufacturers are skewed in their favor. More>>

An app can solve all your problems with the Pixel 3 XL’s notch

The Google Pixel 3 XL has a lot of A.I. brainpower, but there's a lot of blow back over the design -- specifically, the notch. But there are a few ways to get that great Google experience without having to deal with it. More>>

How many? The Samsung Galaxy A9 has 4 camera lenses in the back

Samsung's new Galaxy A9 phone, fresh for 2018, has four camera lenses on the back. It's no gimmick either, as each performs a unique function, making the phone a versatile camera to have in your pocket. More>>

The Razer Phone 2: Here’s absolutely everything we know

Razer has officially confirmed that it's working on a new Razer Phone -- though that's about all we know about the new device so far. It's likely the phone will feature specs like the Snapdragon 845 processor, 8GB of RAM,... More>>

Gaming laptops with Nvidia’s flagship RTX cards could arrive by CES 2019

Rumors suggest that Nvidia will take the wraps off its flagship RTX graphics card for laptops at around CES 2019. If the timeline is accurate, this will mean we'll hear laptops with RTX GPUs announced at the show. More>>

The Pixel 3 is just another phone. But the A.I. brains inside are unrivaled

The idea that artificial intelligence in smartphones will transform our lives has been heavily hyped, but the reality often disappoints. Google may not know how to make a beautiful phone, but its A.I. features are truly... More>>

A projection onto Sydney Opera House causes huge rumpus in Australia

An idea to project an ad for a big-money horse race onto the iconic sails of Sydney Opera House recently sparked a fierce national debate in Australia. So what was all the fuss about? More>>

Space tourism: Virgin Galactic ‘weeks’ away from first test flights in space

Virgin Galactic chairman Richard Branson said this week that the first commercial flight for its space tourism service should be coming "in months and not years." A seat on the spacecraft costs a wallet-melting $250,000. More>>

Windows Insiders get fix for October 2018 Update’s data delete bug

Microsoft has patched its October 2018 Update for Windows 10 to include a fix for the data deletion bug that hit a few users upon the initial rollout. Insiders will test it first before it's sent to the full Windows user... More>>

Surface Studio 2 vs. iMac Pro: Which all-in-one rules them all?

Pitting the Surface Studio 2 vs. iMac Pro is a difficult matchup as there are hardware, design, and cost differences that could sway prospective buyers. Let's see if we can nail down which is best. More>>

Essential is reportedly building an A.I.-powered phone that mimics its user

According to a new report, Essential is working on a new phone. The device will reportedly feature heavy use of artificial intelligence, even going as far as to text people for the user. More>>

Most common iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max problems and how to fix them

The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are the best Apple phones to date -- but they're not perfect. A number of users have been reporting issues have popped up with the phones. Here are the most common iPhone XS problems, and... More>>

Everything you need to know about the Pixel Slate

Google's Slate tablet is expected to debut on October 9. Here's everything you need to know about the Pixel Slate, including important specs, expected display, and key features. See if you may prefer Google's tablet over a... More>>

This is the result when a quadcopter strikes the wing of an aircraft

Responding to increasing concern over drone flights near airports, researchers in the U.S. have conducted lab tests to see what happens when a quadcopter collides with an aircraft wing at high speed. And no, it's not pretty. More>>

The best Black Friday stores compared: Amazon, Walmart, and more

We've rounded up details about the best sales from today's top retailers, with information about when to shop and what to look for at each. Whether you're browsing in-store or online, we've got you covered. More>>

Google Slides now auto-transcribes verbal presentations for real-time captions

A new feature for the Google Slides presentation software uses a computer's built-in microphone to transcribe the words of a speaker in real-time, displaying them for everyone to see. More>>

A monstrous 28-core Xeon leads Intel’s new processor lineup

The new high-end Intel Xeon and Core X Series Processors processors come packed with increased frequencies, and more cores and threads. That is perfect for developers and those creative types looking to get the full power... More>>

Ready to upgrade? Intel announces the Core i9-9900K processor

Intel officially announced the Intel Core i9 9900K processor. This is Intel's first processor with a 5GHz Turbo Boost and the firm's first mainstream 8 core 16 thread processor, complete with a Solder TIM. More>>

Acer brings Intel’s 8-core, 9th-gen processor to its Predator Orion desktops

The new Intel 8-core 9th-gen processor in the Acer Predator Orion puts more power in the hands of gamers and should make for seamless gameplay in the most demanding situations. More>>

Lenovo Legion Y730 vs. Dell G3 Gaming Laptop

Pitting the Lenovo Legion Y730 vs. Dell G3 Gaming Laptop sees two budget gaming laptops face off to see which offers the best value for money. Neither is perfect, but which is the best of the two? More>>

How to watch Intel’s Fall desktop event live from NYC

Intel has a press event planned for October 8, where it will reveal some information about the future of its processors. The company has tight-lipped about what we'll see, but we're hoping for the launch of... More>>

More Spectre protection comes with some of Intel’s new 9th-gen CPUs, but not all

Intel has officially announced its 9-series CPUs in both the K and X variants. While some of these new chips feature hardware-level patches for bugs like Spectre, others have been left out. More>>

Dell’s XPS Tower, Alienware Aurora desktops get Intel 8-core 9th-gen processor

Dell's refreshed XPS Tower Special Edition and Alienware Aurora Desktops come packed with the 9th-generation K-Series processors, marking the first time that 8-core CPU configurations will be available on either desktop. More>>

Amazon, Apple and government agencies deny Bloomberg’s hacking story

Apple and Amazon have both issued statements denying Bloomberg's accusations that they were victims of a hack by Chinese operatives. Representatives from the U.S. and U.K. intelligence agencies issued statements supporting... More>>

BlackBerry to use the oldest trick in the book to push new keyboard phone

BlackBerry has already teased it will release two new keyboard phones this year, and we may be just about to get the second. Leaks are hinting the phone will be called the BlackBerry Key2 Lite, which may cost less than the... More>>

The best website builders

We compiled a list of the best website builders, both paid and free. If you don't want to pay for someone to make your website and want to do it yourself, this roundup should point you in the direction you want to go. More>>

LG V40 ThinQ vs. V35 ThinQ vs. V30: Which of LG’s big phones is best for you?

You're set on a big LG phone with an OLED screen and top notch video shooting capabilities, but which one do you buy? We explain the differences between LG's V40 ThinQ, V35 ThinQ, and V30, and pick winners in each category. More>>

What is the Hyperloop? Here’s everything you need to know

The Hyperloop, Elon Musk's intriguing idea for a transportation system, could revolutionize mass transit as we know it. But questions about its financial and political feasibility loom large. More>>

How do 3D printers work? Here’s a super-simple breakdown

How do 3D printers work, exactly? If you ever wondered how these magical machines create 3D objects in a matter of hours, then look no further than this dead-simple breakdown of the four most common printing technologies. More>>

Do you need a 120Hz or 240Hz monitor?

Do you need a 120Hz or 240Hz monitor? It's a question gamers and general PC practitioners should ask themselves when making their next upgrade. It can be expensive, but to some, it's a must have feature. More>>

Samsung’s cheap phones may get a desirable feature seen on the Galaxy S9

To up the desirability factor of its cheaper phones, Samsung may be preparing to introduce wireless charging on its Galaxy A Series handsets, along with a reasonably priced wireless charging pad. More>>

Surface Studio 2 vs. iMac

Microsoft's Surface Studio 2 shares the iMac's 7th-Generation Intel processor, and both systems come with clean designs and discrete GPUs. There are differences, however, and we'll help you figure out which system to buy. More>>

Surface Pro 6 vs. Surface Book 2

Microsoft has a lot of great 2-in-1s in its Surface line of hardware, but which one is the best of the best? To find out, we pitted the Surface Pro 6 vs. Surface Book 2. It's a tough battle, but only one Surface is left... More>>

Motorola has the Power, and will use it on the 2019 Moto G7

The Moto G6 range is still fresh on the market, but rumors are started about the Moto G7, which is expected sometime in 2019. Apparently, a G7 Power version joining the G7, G7 Play, and G7 Plus. More>>

Ted Baker’s swish new iPhone cases teach you how to accessorize like a pro

British luxury clothing brand has taken what it knows about fashion and accessorizing to create a new range of iPhone accessories that work together in harmony. It's what stylish iPhone owners have been waiting for. More>>

Disney has created an autonomous paint-spraying drone for some reason

Look what's just flown out of Disney Research's workshop. It's none other than an autonomous spray-painting drone that can apply colorful designs not only to flat surfaces, but 3D objects too. More>>

Apple, government contractors were hacked using tiny Chinese chips, report says

Though no consumer data is thought to have been stolen, China leveraged tiny microchips as part of a hack of Apple, Amazon, and government contractors. The hack targeted trade secrets and other intellectual property. More>>

Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 vs. Dell XPS 13

Microsoft updated its traditional clamshell notebook, releasing the Surface Laptop 2 with faster internals and a new black color scheme. Is that enough to give it the edge over one of our favorites, Dell's XPS 13? More>>

Surface Laptop 2 vs. MacBook Pro

If you're in the market for a MacBook Pro, you should see how Microsoft's Surface Laptop 2 performs before you make your decision. Both laptops come with premium build quality, and we'll help you choose the right notebook. More>>

Google Assistant now lets you compare rideshare prices and wait times

Google has announced an update to Google Assistant that could make it a whole lot more useful for rideshare users. The update essentially allows users to look at a list of rideshare prices and wait times from multiple... More>>

Everything you need to know about Intel Optane

Intel's new Optane technology powers the fastest drives we've ever seen, but what's actually happening under the hood is a mystery. Join us as we explore the knowns and unknowns of the next big thing in PC memory and storage. More>>

Google chuckles at all the Pixel 3 leaks with crazy Pixel Mini mockup

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Leak shows Intel’s Core i9-9900K comes in a cool 12-sided box, but costs $580

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Your Google Chrome extensions are about to get a lot safer

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New Devices from Amazon!

Amazon just launched their new line-up of devices on September 20, 2018 and with so many amazing new ways to access Alexa and control your smart home using just your voice, in every room, we thought we would cover a few of the highlights and how to preorder.

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What does Argonaut’s $21,000 carbon bike look like? Whatever you want

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Apple could announce a new MacBook this week. Here’s what we want to see

Rumors about a new MacBook or MacBook Air have been swirling for almost a year now. If it makes an appearance at Apple's Gather Round event this Wednesday, here's what I want it to have. More>>

How to back up your iPhone to your computer

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23AndMe wants to do more than showcase your family tree

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Microsoft’s Windows 10 in S Mode is supposed to be faster, more efficient, and more secure. In my opinion, however, it’s just way too limited to fit my workflow. More>>

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LG wants to make sure you know it has a phone with a stylus too

LG has announced the LG Q8, a midrange smartphone with a stylus for taking note and doodling away on the screen. The phone only shares its name with the Q8 from last year, breaking away with a look and a style all of its own. More>>

The best laptops for video editing in 2018

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What changed on Apple’s new MacBook Pro (and why you’ll care)

Apple's top-of-the-line MacBook Pro 15 can be configured with so many options you can quickly drive its price over $6,000. To make sense of all the possibilities watch our complete walkthrough video. More>>

Use these Waze tips and tricks to become an expert navigator

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Could Snap save the internet from fake news? Here’s the company’s secret weapon

Snapchat recently leant its support to work by the University of California, Riverside, who have developed an algorithm that can root out fake news online. Here's how their tech works. More>>

IrisVision uses VR to help people with fading eyesight to see again

A smartphone-based VR system can now help people with severe macular degeneration see better. While it doesn’t cure blindness, it does enable users with this vision disorder to carry out tasks they would otherwise find... More>>

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