Razer introduced a refreshed Blade Pro laptop that will ship in November, sporting the latest Intel Core processor and GeForce GTX 1080 graphics. It can be pre-ordered now for a hefty starting price with only three storage options.
Smartphones is racing to catch up with desktop computing power and is not far behind. Samsung debuted a new 10nm design which would allow for double-speed LPDDR4 memory in smartphones, in capacities up to 8GB.
PowerColor finally made available its external graphics dock called Devil Box. The device supports a number of cards from AMD and Nvidia while adding ports to a connected desktop or laptop. The enclosure is based on AMD's XConnect tech.
It's been rumored for months that the new MacBook Pro will feature an OLED strip serving as dynamic function keys, but now this keyboard component's name may have been revealed by a trademark application.
During LeEco's press conference, the company revealed its intention in bringing its ExploreVR headset to the U.S. It will be compatible with the company's ecophones, following in the footsteps of Samsung and its Galaxy VR ecosystem.
Apple could be planning to release an update to version 10.3 of its professional video editing application Final Cut Pro X, possibly at its October 27 event. A recent downloading mix-up adds to the speculation.
Funcom will launch a multiplayer game called Hide and Shriek. The game will pit one player against another in a match to generate the most scares. Each player is invisible, making the attempt to scare the other player difficult.
For all you Outlook users with hopelessly cluttered inboxes, Microsoft is rolling out its Focused Inbox feature, which is already available on iOS and Android. Office users on Mac, the web, and Windows will see the update later…
Ordering an Apple product from Amazon? You may want to double check its authenticity. According to a new lawsuit from the iEmpire, 90 percent of the products sold by Amazon and purporting to be "genuine" Apple products are anything but.
Apple will host an event on October 27 in Cupertino, California, where new iterations of the MacBook Pro and possibly other MacOS devices are expected to be announced. Among the potential reveals would be the fate of the MacBook Air.