Iconic electronics retailer Fry's permanently closed its doors this week after years of decline.
Google is adding a new feature to Android, called Schedule Send, that allows you to send texts to other people on your own time.
If M1 Macs are performing too many writes on the SSD, that could lead to drive problems down the road.
Google already checks your passwords to see if they've been compromised on your PC's Chrome browser. Now your Android phone will add the same Password Checker feature.
Samsung is promising four years of security updates for more than 130 Galaxy phones.
Fitbit is launching a new Mindful Method series featuring sessions from Deepak Chopra as part of its Premium subscription.
Lenovo's spring ThinkPad lineup features a choice of Intel’s 11th-gen Core or AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs, plus better webcams and taller screens in some versions. The laptops will ship over the next few months.
Spotify HiFi will arrive next year in “select markets,” although there’s no word on how much the new audio tier will cost yet.
The refurbished store is a good way to save on the 13-inch M1 MacBook Pro with more memory and higher-capacity SSDs than the standard configurations. You can get a refurbished model with a 2TB SSD and 16GB of memory for $1,949. That's a $350 savings ...
Microsoft plans to add predictive typing, also called text prediction, to Microsoft Word beginning in March, 2021.
Security researcher Red Canary has discovered a new malware target at Macs running both Intel and M1 chips but there’s a twist.
With both Overwatch 2 and Diablo 4 unlikely to arrive until 2022, Immortal may yet ink a legacy for itself as the company’s biggest release of the year.
When Chains of Domination eventually arrives, almost every part of Shadowlands’ endgame will get touched up in one way or another.
Microsoft has announced Office 2021 for the PC and Mac, at the same price as its predecessor, Office 2019.
A new Bloomberg report says Apple is working on a MagSafe battery pack for the iPhone 12 but production issues might derail its release.
MSI has long pushed the boundaries of invention with its ever-evolving range of laptops but it has now pulled off a world first with the new MSI Creative 17.
New line-up targeted at designers, creators, and professionals
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