The Huawei partnership with acoustics giant, Devialet, which first spawned the Huawei Sound X speaker, has now released its successor, the Huawei Sound.
AMD will debut its latest Radeon RX 6000 graphics card to dejected and beaten-down gamers next week. Tight inventories have made it nearly impossible to buy even older Radeon cards.
Intel has test results that show the 11th-gen Rocket Lake outpacing Ryzen 9 5950X in PCMark 10.
HP is snatching up HyperX's brand and gaming peripherals, though Kingston gets to keep HyperX's PC component gear.
Iconic electronics retailer Fry's permanently closed its doors this week after years of decline.
The Acer Swift 3X is a great laptop for creators, but its value depends on whether your workloads benefit from Intel's Deep Link capabilities for its Xe Max graphics.
Google is adding a new feature to Android, called Schedule Send, that allows you to send texts to other people on your own time.
Google already checks your passwords to see if they've been compromised on your PC's Chrome browser. Now your Android phone will add the same Password Checker feature.
Samsung is promising four years of security updates for more than 130 Galaxy phones.
Lenovo's spring ThinkPad lineup features a choice of Intel’s 11th-gen Core or AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs, plus better webcams and taller screens in some versions. The laptops will ship over the next few months.
The HP Spectre x360 14 is the first of its family to sport a 3:2 display. It also delivers sizzling performance and great battery life.
Spotify HiFi will arrive next year in “select markets,” although there’s no word on how much the new audio tier will cost yet.
Microsoft plans to add predictive typing, also called text prediction, to Microsoft Word beginning in March, 2021.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra is less expensive than the S20 Ultra, and it's still Samsung's best and most full-featured phone to date. It is very big, though.
The first case launched by Lian Li’s new sub-brand SSUPD, the Meshlicious offers configuration options galore within its many mesh panels.
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