Computing
Computing

HP built one of the nicest Chromebooks we've ever seen for $500

HP is out with a new Chromebook, and this one was designed in collaboration with Google. The 13.3-inch IPS display has a resolution of up to 3,200 x 1,800 pixels. Other features include Core M processors and USB Type-C.
Computing

Half-terabyte drive heads up Sandisk's refreshed Z410 line

Sandisk is looking to appeal to customers looking for more space at a bargain price, as the company adds a half-terabyte drive to its entry-level Z410 line of SSDs.
Web

¡Felicidades! Glückwünsche! Congrats! Google Translate turns 10 years old

It's hard to imagine a time when becoming temporarily bilingual was as easy as clicking a button on Google Translate, but look back any further than a decade, and the world would've been a very different, less translatable place.
Computing

The 5 best women’s gadget bags for form, function, and fashion

People should be able to judge your (Mac)book by its cover. Check out our picks for the best gadget bags for women, so you can finally pick up a purse that combines form, function, and style.
Computing

Ex-police officer jailed indefinitely for refusing to decrypt hard drives

An ex police sergeant from Philadelphia is being held indefinitely in jail, despite not being charged with a crime, because he is suspected of owning child pornography and refuses to decrypt his hard drives.
Product Review

Lenovo ThinkPad P50 Review

They don't make 'em like they used to, except for Lenovo's trusty ThinkPad P50
Computing

House passes bipartisan anti-email snooping bill — unanimously

In a rare unanimous vote, a bill making it much tougher for the government to peer into your emails has passed the House. A tougher road lies ahead in the Senate, where law enforcement is pressing for exceptions.
Computing

Mac sales take a 12 percent tumble year-over-year as users upgrade less often

Apple can no longer claim it's immune to the sales slowdown plaguing the PC industry at large. On Tuesday it to announced that sales had fallen year-over-year at a rate not seen since 2007.
Computing

Comcast raises the data caps, but warns it may be heading elsewhere

Comcast has heard the complaints, and raised the data cap over what 99 percent of the customer base currently uses, but it isn't all good news, as data caps may be coming for you, too.
Computing

Microsoft interrupted a live broadcast to recommend Windows 10

If you think you're sick of those Windows 10 upgrade notifications, imagine if they showed up while you were reporting the weather. How would you feel? This meteorologist handled it pretty well.
Virtual Reality

Google exhibit lets you explore the Sydney Opera House from your couch

Have you always wanted to travel to Australia but never had the chance? You can now experience the Sydney Opera House from your own home, thanks to an online exhibit from the Google Cultural Exhibit.
Virtual Reality

Oculus Home is sabotaging the Rift while HTC’s Vive steams ahead

As both the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift start to find their way into homes, gamers are being asked to use Oculus Home, but its underlying foundation isn't what PC gamers are looking for.