Lenovo has upgraded its laptop line and the 2017 ThinkPad line will sport Intel Kaby Lake processors, Microsoft’s Precision Touchpad, and increased security features. The new models should roll out in March, with the cheapest one priced at $674.
The Asus Chromebook C302CA was leaked through a Newegg listing. The laptop is not the direct successor of the popular Asus Chromebook Flip, but it might have what it takes to draw customers away from the more expensive Apple MacBook.
With the New Horizon event gone, many folks are talking about the new Ryzen processor and wondering if it can compete with Intel’s finest. Well, according to the first published review, the answer is a resounding yes.
Microsoft may be clearing the way for its upcoming Surface Pro 5. The current-gen Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book have received after-holiday discounts of up to $400.
Likely due at CES 2017, Asus’ new Chromebook looks to pack a full HD screen with 360-degree hinge and two USB-C ports.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has released a PIXEL version that can be downloaded to PC and Mac computer models. This will allow old and slow computers to have a working operating system.
SSDs are slowly becoming the new normal, and while quite a number of them are priced expensively, transitioning to an SSD storage system is still manageable. Here are the best SSDs you can buy right now.
If you are in the market for the best gaming laptop, check out these five rigs available in 2016 that can provide you with top-notch performance. Some will even add some style and an array of customizations to your gaming experience.
Apple failed to secure Consumer Reports’ coveted ‘recommended’ rating for its 2016 MacBook Pro lineup, caused by the laptops’ inconsistent battery performance. As a result, it is now working with the publication to look into problems with the battery life.
A federal report claimed that up to 47 percent of jobs in the United States are at risk of being taken over by artificial intelligence. Should workers start to panic over possibly losing their positions to the technology?