Don’t call it a MacBook: The Mi Notebook Air is Xiaomi’s first laptop

Chinese brand Xiaomi continues to launch new products in its ever-expanding range, and for the first time, it has announced a pair of laptops. Here's what you need to know about the Mi Notebook Air.

Microsoft injects Office 365 with cool new features for Word, Outlook, PowerPoint

Microsoft said on Tuesday that Office 365 will receive a bunch of new features in July, including Researcher and Editor services for Word. PowerPoint and Outlook will get new goodies, too.

Western Digital and Toshiba stack ’em tall with latest 3D NAND storage breakthrough

Western Digital announced that development of its next-generation BiCS3 3D NAND technology is complete, packing 64 layers of vertical storage capacity. The tech is now in production and expected to initially become available later this…

Vive la France: Catherine de Medici leads the French in 'Civilization VI'

Catherine de Medici makes her series debut as the leader of France in 'Civilization VI'. A queen regent and wife and mother to numerous kings, Catherine was one of the most influential women in 16th century Europe.

iPhone sales plummeted, but Apple Music saved the day

Apple's earnings report for the third fiscal quarter is in, and we take a look at the numbers. Sales of the iPhone, iPad, and Mac are down across the board from this time last year, but revenue from services is up.

Newly discovered HTTPS flaw can expose supposedly secure URLs to wireless evesdropping

Think everyting done over HTTPS is safe? Think again. A newly discovered exploit proves someone with control over a network could log your URLs, which in turn could provide access to all sorts of personal information.

Newly discovered ‘key sniffing’ hack could compromise keyboards from up to 250 feet away

Security firm Bastille has uncovered a group of vulnerabilities discovered with wireless keyboards it calls KeySniffer, allowing hackers to grab keystrokes.

Lightroom, on the big screen: New Apple TV app puts photos on display

Viewing photos on a larger screen just got a bit simpler for Lightroom users. The Lightroom app for Apple TV allows photographers to view their files on the big screen -- wirelessly and with automatic updates for edited images.
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BenQ PV3200PT Review

If you need a monitor big enough to be a TV, BenQ has your 4K fix.

HP updates its Z240 workstation with more memory and a Core i7-6700K

HP released a third-generation model of its Z240 tower workstation on Tuesday, supporting more memory, a faster processor, an M.2 slot, optional HP Z Turbo SSDs, and more. The RGS receiver for Mac was dated too, slated to be released soon.
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Google raises 5 safety concerns for the future of artificial intelligence

The days of an AI-controlled robot janitor might not be too far away, but a new paper from Google, OpenAI, Stanford University, and UC Berkeley raises some safety concerns that need to be addressed first.
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HoloLens concept lets you control your smart home via augmented reality

A Jedi-style HoloLens hackathon proof of concept would let smart home owners control their connected gadgets through augmented reality, using simple gestures and glances. Check out the awesome video demo here.