Computing
Computing

New Windows 10 preview build fixes bugs as the Anniversary Update looms

Microsoft is making every effort to remove bugs from Windows 10 ahead of the launch of its Anniversary Update, resulting in four preview builds for Insiders over the course of ten days.
Computing

Swiftpoint launches Kickstarter for a new mouse with increased functionality

A new crowdfunding campaign from Swiftpoint aims to fund development of The Z, an impressive mouse that uses an accelerometer and a gyroscope to provide unparalleled control and broad functionality.
Computing

Rumor has it Microsoft will release an all-in-one Surface PC in 2017

Microsoft has built its Surface line into a formidable brand over the last few years, and now there's a rumor circulating that the company plans to add an all-in-one PC to the range.
Business

Google’s latest diversity report shows very slow progress

Google has released its latest diversity report, showing slow progress, but progress nonetheless. Google is quick to highlight that these numbers do not reflect where the company wants to be.
Computing

AMD’s Radeon RX 480 may be too powerful for its own good

AMD's new Radeon RX 480 is awesome, but it wouldn't be a major GPU launch if there weren't drama surrounding it. In this case, a couple reviewers have pointed out a flaw that could put your whole system in danger.
Computing

Das Keyboard’s latest project will turn your keys into programmable notifications

Das Keyboard is working on a new RGB LED mechanical keyboard that connects directly to the Internet, allowing users to remotely program key backlit colors.
Virtual Reality

Google Chrome's 'VR Shell' would let you view any website in virtual reality

Google's upcoming Daydream platform wants to keep you in virtual reality even in Chrome. The latest build of Chrome Dev for Android lists a feature called VR Shell, which would allow you to view any website in VR.
Computing

HP’s Elite x3 Windows 10 smartphone/desktop hybrid may launch soon

HP's upcoming Elite x3 smartphone landed on the FCC's website, indicating that the "phablet" will hit the market soon. This smartphone can be used as a Windows 10 desktop thanks to Microsoft's Continuum tech built into Windows 10, and a…
Mobile

Dell discontinuing Venue series, will no longer make Android tablets

Say goodbye to the Dell Venue series. The company will no longer be selling or supporting the Android tablets. That's not to say it's the end for Android and Dell, it just means the company is focusing on Windows 2-in-1s for now.
Computing

Can’t Apple do better than stickers? 7 MacOs features users actually want

We've talked a lot about the features Apple is adding to MacOS, but there are some really obvious things Apple isn't planning on. Here are a few, but we're sure readers can think of a few more.
Computing

A mysterious Windows 10 .EXE hints subscriptions are coming, but don’t worry yet

A new executable that popped up in the latest Windows 10 Insider Preview build is labeled as the Windows Upgrade to Subscriptions tool, but don't panic. There's no indication that Microsoft plans to launch a subscription plan for consumers…
Computing

Modular mechanical keyboard switches could let users mix and match keys

Kaihua is prepping modular switches for use with mechanical keyboards, which will allow users to customize individual keys to their exacting specifications.