Beginning Wednesday, the era of the “traditional” Microsoft Edge will come to an end—for consumers, anyway. Microsoft said in November that the new Chromium-based Edge would begin replacing the “traditional”
I can write on it. I can save all of my work in it. And I can fold it up and slip it under my arm. So far, so notebook. But this product does so much more: It sends email, plays videos, and runs full —
Last year, Lenovo showed off what it described as the “world’s first foldable PC” — a prototype OLED tablet that could fold up like a book or a tiny laptop. Now, at CES 2020, Lenovo is announcing how going
As we head into 2020, Microsoft has already laid out one of its key plans for the Surface family and indicated others are very likely to happen. In a year that is going to mix refinement, revolution, repair,
Earlier this fall, Microsoft broadened its well-reviewed Surface portfolio with the new Pro X, as well as a 15” iteration of the Surface Laptop 3. The ultra-thin Pro X 2-in-1 stole the show somewhat at
“Let’s all get in the same boat, grab an oar, let’s go. I’ll bang that drum and keep our rhythm.” — Panos Panay. Not long after Microsoft’s October product launch of three new Surface devices (the Pro,
Cyber-criminals have a variety of tools at their disposal, and it now looks like they’ve added Google Translate to their box of tricks. Akamai security researcher Larry Cashdollar received a suspicious
While beneficial for your health, food logging is a particularly time-consuming task that requires finding the meal and then entering the precise amount eaten. Lifesum aims to make this process easier
Everything we needed to know about Facebook was right in front of our faces, on the big screen, in 2010. Come with me on this journey back in time, to the AMC Mountainside 10, on Route 22 in New Jersey,
When Microsoft launched the original Surface Laptop last year, I was taken with its gorgeous, minimalist design. This year, I thought, the company can't possibly outdo itself on aesthetics. But then Microsoft
And that’s something all Americans can celebrate — whether or not Manafort’s cooperation ties Trump to the Russian interference — because the rule of law is not about achieving a particular outcome; it’s
Telegram and an experimental app called Telegram X that the company announced for Android yesterday have been removed from Apple's App Store, 9to5Mac reports. A Reddit user posted about the absence yesterday.
Deb Oh wants to make you a playlist — a very expensive and pretty good one, based on a winding questionnaire and her encyclopedic knowledge of the near-limitless options for songs you haven’t yet heard.