Apple is launching their familiar looking MacBook Pros with a new processor, quieter keyboard, true tone display, and a host of new configuration options.
For those who use Chrome OS to do more on the go, the new light and thin Samsung Chromebook Plus (V2) sets the standard with front and rear cameras, built-in pen, and a more powerful processor.
Foxconn acquired Sharp a little less than two years ago, and in that time the company has made investments that bring it back into markets it once abandoned.
Apple plans to launch a less-expensive iPad at an education event next week, foldable iPhones are coming, and so are in-screen fingerprint scanners.
Boston Dynamics, which has a history of physically abusing robots, will certainly be ground zero for their eventual uprising.
The latest 15-inch LG gram ultra-portable laptop, which made its debut at CES 2018, is available now through U.S. retail channels.
Windows is rolling out a line of $189 Windows 10 products for students that hope to dominate the affordable laptop market.
Google Fucshia OS aims to be an operating system that runs on both smartphones and laptops, switching seamlessly between any peripheral.