An engineer behind the Microsoft Surface explains why Microsoft may never add a 4K display to the Surface Pro 7 or Surface Book 3.
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Google is joining the group of browser companies offering grouped tabs, which should roll out next week within Chrome.
Intel launches new Core vPro chips for desktop and mobile PCs, as well as Xeon chips for servers.
Microsoft chief product officer Panos Panay says that dual-screen Windows PCs like the Surface Neo won't ship until "the right moment".
As part of the video conferencing land rush begun by Zoom, Google has moved Google Meet out of its paid, premium tier.
Intel shrugs off coronavirus with solid Q1 earnings, confirming that Tiger Lake is on track for mid-year
Intel reports excellent earnings for the first calendar quarter of 2020, shaking off the coronavirus and looking ahead to its next-gen Tiger Lake chips.
The market knows that Microsoft plans to launch the powerhouse Surface Book 3 and ultra-mobile Surface Go 2 sometime before the end of April.
Microsoft is delaying the Surface Neo and other dual-screen hardware until 2021. That leaves Windows 10X without a home.
Microsoft releases Windows 10 Insider build 19603 for the Fast Ring, which includes a Microsoft News Bar beta app and better Linux file support.
Skype has begun promoting Skype Meet Now, a simple way to place a video call to one or more people without the need for a subscription or download.
An attack showing how a malicious URL dropped into a Zoom chat has surfaced, which can lead to Windows credentials being stolen.
Microsoft updates customers on new features due later this half of the year, including password monitoring and vertical tab layouts.
Amazon is now prioritising household goods, meaning that tech products like cables, hard drives, and printers are being delayed by up to a month.
Intel has shipped its Loihi neuromorphic systems, combining 768 Lohi chips into a rack with the computational intelligence of a mole rat.
Intel has successfully trained its “Loihi” neuromorphic chip as a sort of artificial nose, identifying the scents of ten different hazardous chemicals.