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Tested: Is a $400 iPhone SE really faster than the most powerful Android phone?

Gary Sims May 22, 2020 2165 shares
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Lenovo Chromebook Duet review: Practically a steal

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The iPhone SE is Apple’s time to shine in India

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Is selling your privacy for a cheaper phone really a good idea?

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Trump gathers execs from Google, Apple, Qualcomm, and more to revive economy

President Trump just selected 200 experts from various US companies to join the initiative.
Phillip PradoApril 15, 2020204 shares
 

Lenovo, Razer debut gaming laptops with fresh Intel and Nvidia chips

Lenovo and Razer both debuted new gaming laptops based on latest 10th Gen Core H CPUs from Intel and Max-Q GPUs from Nvidia.
Eric ZemanApril 2, 2020276 shares
 

Best MSI laptops to buy in 2020 — gaming, creation, and workstation

MSI laptops are some of the best on the market, but there are simply too many models to choose from. Here are the best ones.
Joseph HaagensenJanuary 22, 202075 shares
 

Forget foldable phones, Intel has the largest foldable OLED PC at CES 2020

It can be a large tablet, a laptop, or a monitor all at once.
Adamya SharmaJanuary 7, 2020261 shares
 

Intel’s solution for 5G laptops? Team up with MediaTek.

Dell and HP are two of the manufacturers set to offer Intel-powered laptops with a MediaTek 5G modem.
Hadlee SimonsNovember 25, 2019275 shares
 

Want an Apple laptop? Here are the best you can buy right now

The Apple laptop family consists of three brands: MacBook, MacBook Air, and MacBook Pro. We explain them all here.
Nick FernandezNovember 20, 201936 shares
 

Best Toshiba laptops to buy in 2019 – it’s all about business

The best Toshiba laptops you can buy right now all target business. We take a look at the company's clamshell, detachable, and 2-in-1 designs.
Kevin ParrishOctober 1, 201911 shares
 

Apple just bought the majority of Intel’s smartphone modem business

Apple will still use Qualcomm chips in iPhones for the next few years, but an Apple-made modem is clearly imminent.
C. Scott BrownJuly 25, 2019254 shares
 

Apple said to be in advanced talks to buy Intel’s smartphone modem business

The deal, reportedly valued at $1 billion, is said to include key staff and a trove of patents.
Hadlee SimonsJuly 23, 2019157 shares
 

Thanks, Apple: Intel will auction off smartphone modem patents, exit industry

It turns out that without Apple as a partner, Intel doesn't have any need for its smartphone modem assets.
C. Scott BrownJune 26, 2019510 shares
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