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Google said to be preparing its own chips for use in Pixel phones and Chromebooks

Google said to be preparing its own chips for use in Pixel phones and Chromebooks Google is reportedly on the verge of stepping up their hardware game in a way that follows the example set by Apple, with custom-designed silicon powering future smartphones. Axios reports that Google is readying its own in-house […]

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Intel and Google plot out closer collaboration around Chromebooks and the future of computing

Intel and Google plot out closer collaboration around Chromebooks and the future of computing Intel, the chip-making giant, has been on the road of refocusing its strategy in recent months. While it has sold its mobile chip operation to Apple and is reportedly looking for a buyer for its connected home division, it’s […]

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Samsung’s new laptops charge phones with their touchpad

Samsung’s new laptops charge phones with their touchpad Some features are the result of consumer demand. Others simply make sense. And then there are features like the Galaxy Book Flex and Ion’s Wireless PowerShare that appear to be more a product of a “because we can” approach to product design. Wireless charging […]

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ASUS leans into dual-screen laptops with the ZenBook Pro Duo, featuring two 4K touchscreen displays

ASUS leans into dual-screen laptops with the ZenBook Pro Duo, featuring two 4K touchscreen displays Last year during Computex, ASUS introduced the ZenBook Pro 14 and 15, with a touchscreen in place of a regular touchpad. This year in Taipei, it took the concept of a built-in second screen and went much […]

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Nvidia announces its Studio line of laptops to compete against the MacBook Pro

Nvidia announces its Studio line of laptops to compete against the MacBook Pro During its press conference in Taipei a day before Computex starts, Nvidia announced a new line of laptops that will run its RTX graphics processing units, as well as a new software platform called Studio, with SDKs and drivers […]

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With foldable phones in limbo, foldable display laptops are on the horizon

With foldable phones in limbo, foldable display laptops are on the horizon With the Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X currently in limbo for very different reasons, PC makers are apparently jumping at the chance to make their own foldable display ambitions known. It’s been clear, of course, for as long as […]

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What to expect from tomorrow’s Microsoft Surface event

What to expect from tomorrow’s Microsoft Surface event It’s fall. That means every big to mid-sized tech company is holding an event to debut its latest offerings in time for the holidays. Even if said offering is just a laptop made out of leather. Not to be left out, Microsoft’s got an […]

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Back-to-college tech for minimalists and the over-prepared

Back-to-college tech for minimalists and the over-prepared Makula Dunbar Contributor Makula Dunbar is a writer with Wirecutter. More posts by this contributor Extras for bringing the fun at summer festivals The best Amazon Prime Day deals you can still grab Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers […]

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ASUS’ new ZenBook Pro features a 5.5-inch touchscreen instead of a touchpad

ASUS’ new ZenBook Pro features a 5.5-inch touchscreen instead of a touchpad The ASUS event today at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan had three main hooks: health, ergonomics and, most importantly, second screens. The headliner was the premium ZenBook Pro 14 and 15 (pictured above), the latest versions of ASUS’ premium notebook that […]

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Microsoft’s Surface Laptop is great, once you upgrade Windows 10 S

Microsoft’s Surface Laptop is great, once you upgrade Windows 10 S  The Surface Laptop is really nice — in fact, it’s quite possibly the best piece of hardware to carry the Surface name. But for some reason Microsoft saw fit to use the product to showcase Windows 10 S, a stripped-down version of […]

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