Lenovo Has More Alexa-enabled Tablets In The Works

Last year during IFA 2018, Lenovo took the wraps off the Home Assistant Pack. Basically it is a dock for tablets that comes with a speaker, which when put together essentially turns it into an Alexa-enabled setup come with a display and everything. In a way you could think of this as a more souped up version of the Echo Show.


New Renders Of Upcoming Google Pixelbook Leaked

We have been hearing rumors that Google is planning to launch a new Pixelbook device. Just a couple of weeks ago, a video surfaced which showed the alleged device. Now thanks to the folks at About Chromebooks, it seems that they have managed to get their hands on what appears to be renders of the tablet/laptop hybrid.


iOS 12.1 Beta Hints At Support For 4K External Display

If you’re planning on getting a new iPad, you might want to hold off because it’s starting to sound like the 2018 iPad refreshes could be a major one. Not only have we heard and seen potential signs that Face ID could be coming to the iPad, but now a tweet from developer Steve Troughton-Smith has suggested support for 4K external displays as well.


Samsung Notebook Odyssey Z Gaming Machine Available Now

Samsung unveiled its Notebook Odyssey Z gaming laptop back in April this year. Almost six months after the product was first announced, the company has now confirmed that it’s finally available for purchase in the United States. If you’re in the market for a new gaming laptop then Samsung would like you to check out its latest product.


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AMD Launches New 45W Ryzen Laptop Chips

AMD is out with two new processors today. They’re 45W Ryzen chips for laptops which will compete against Intel’s Coffee Lake H series processors that are widely used for gaming notebooks and workstations. The new chips are essentially laptop versions of the four-core desktop-class chips that AMD launched earlier this year. However, they will enable AMD’s silicon to find its way into more portable computers.


iOS 12.1 Beta Supports Face ID In Landscape Mode

We have been hearing rumors that the 2018 iPads are expected to feature the use of Face ID, a security feature that was introduced to 2017’s iPhone X. While it was a rumor, there have been signs that it might actually be true, thanks to code sightings spotted in iOS 12. Now it looks like there could be more evidence of that happening.


Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Review Editor's Pick

Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy Tab S4, a productivity-oriented tablet which represents the highest performance and quality Android tablet the brand has to offer today. In this review, we’ll go over how it fits in the market, how it is to use it, and how it performs.


Microsoft Drops Windows 10 Warning About Chrome And Other Browsers

It was reported last week that Microsoft was warning Windows 10 users against third-party browsers like Chrome and Firefox. A user reported seeing a prompt when he launched Firefox which said that the company’s own Edge browser is “safer” and “faster” on the operating system. The company classified the prompt as a “warning” as it allowed users to choose no to be “warned” about this by tweaking their settings. It’s […]


Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 To Be Available In Black With Same Design

Microsoft has already sent out invites to the press for a hardware event on October 2nd. The company is expected to launch refreshed models of the Surface Laptop and the Surface Pro at the event. A new report claims that while the Surface Laptop 2 won’t come with any design changes, the notebook will be offered in an all-black color.


NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Release Shifted To September 27th

NVIDIA announced its latest GPUs during its Gamescom event in August. The GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti are the new graphics cards that are compatible with the company’s new overclocking tool that simplifies the entire process into a one-click operation. The new graphics cards were set to go on sale come September 20th but the release has been pushed back for at least one of them.


NVIDIA Scanner Will Make GPU Overclocking Simpler

NVIDIA has introduced a new tool which will make it simpler for customers to overclock its upcoming 20-series GPUs that are going to start shipping next week. The NVIDIA Scanner tool aims to eliminate the trial and error phase from the process of overclocking, bringing one-click overclocking to customers.


Google Shutting Down Gmail Offline Chrome App This December

Inbox isn’t the only email client that Google will be discontinuing in the near future. The company has confirmed that it’s also going to shut down the Gmail Offline app from Chrome OS in the coming months. This app will go away sooner than Inbox, which is scheduled for sunset in March 2019. The Gmail Offline Chrome app is going to be discontinued this December.


Microsoft Also Inviting Windows Insiders To Upcoming Surface Event

Microsoft recently started sending out invites for an upcoming Surface event on October 2nd. The company is expected to unveil new Surface devices at the event. Microsoft is also sending invites to some members of its Windows Insiders program this time around, they will be able to attend its next hardware event in the coming month.


Apple To Release macOS Mojave On September 24th

A flurry of information has come out of Apple’s HQ in California today as the company unveiled new smartphones and a new smartwatch. Apple has launched three new iPhones today in addition to a brand new Apple Watch. It has also confirmed when the next major update for its wearable devices – watchOS 5 – will be released. The company has now confirmed when the next major update for Macs […]