With Apple's WWDC just days away, we take one last look at the slew of rumors about both the MacBook Air and Pro that we've been hearing about since WWDC ended last June. Will the Air get a Retina display? Will both lines get Haswell? Here's what we know (or…
Vizio’s Ultrabook-like touchscreen CT15T-B0 looks good, has a new high-end AMD processor and graphics chip, a bright 1080p IPS screen, and cutting-edge Wi-Fi capabilities. Is all that enough to make you ignore its flat keyboard and heat issues?
- Pros: Good-looking design, Nice 1080p IPS screen, Thin and rel...
- Cons: Runs hot, Same design and keyboard woes as other Vizio l...
Question marks have been raised about Apple's recent performance under the steady hand of Tim Cook and there's a perception that the vision left with Steve Jobs, but maybe he deserves a chance to prove himself.
Windows RT landed with a flop thanks to Microsoft’s intentional removal of features, but the company is ready to take its lashes and move on with a much-improved Windows RT 8.1.
The U.S. government has been collecting detailed info on the phone calls and Internet communications of millions of citizens for years. Is it legal? What do they do with the data?
Hacker extraordinaire Ben Heckendorn of The Ben Heck Show takes on the GameBoy Advance with a Raspberry Pi mini-computer, LCD screen, and a game controller. He'll be giving his project away, so find out how you can win one.
Apple's yearly WWDC is days away, and we're confident we'll be seeing an OS X update. Based on rumors, rumblings, and some ideas of our own, here’s what we think will be included in OS X 10.9.
New 2-in-1 computers that combine the best of tablets and laptops, the rise of high resolutions laptop displays, and the fall of Windows RT; these and other trends dominated Computex 2013.
In a new Windows 8.1 video from Computex 2013, we catch a glimpse of the new Start button in action, and find out more about how mini-Windows tablets, like the 8-inch Acer W3, will handle portrait mode.
MacRumors uncovered an phone call between an inquiring video professional and Apple Mac Pro project manager Douglas Brooks concerning an upcoming release of a new Mac Pro desktop. Apple explained it had something "really different" to show in regards to its…
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off on June 10 in San Francisco. What can you expect to see? We take a look at some of the rumors.
HP is attempting to create a fanless Haswell-powered tablet by the end of this year. The proposed tablet was supposedly on stage at this year's Computex during one of Intel's keynote presentations, but was shown no attention.
Windows RT was completely absent from Computex 2013, and analysts are suggesting that the upcoming release of a Qualcomm chip and the Windows RT 8.1 update is keeping OEMs from delivering any Windows RT-based devices.
Computex 2013 sees the unveiling of the Inventec Lyon, a small 7-inch Windows 8 tablet that features an Intel Bay Trail processor, a 1280 x 800 resolution IPS screen, and weighs only one pound.
US Internet giants – including Google, Apple and Facebook – have all strongly denied involvement in PRISM, a top secret surveillance program reportedly in operation since 2007, despite being named in leaked classified documents.