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A handy way to test for rogue, counterfeit or badly designed USB-C devices before they cause something to let out the magic smoke.
Apple's earnings for 1Q17 are out next week, and here are five things to keep an eye on.
Whether it's a rechargeable battery inside a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, here are a series of tips to help you get the most from it.
The N300 series has been designed and for optimized for the performance, reliability, endurance and scalability requirements of 24/7 operation
While Samsung may have dropped the ball with the Galaxy Note 7, there's little reason to worry about battery safety.
Didn't think it was a big deal when Apple dropped the headphone jack from the iPhone 7? 2017 will see the humble 3.5mm port removed from a lot more devices.
The Apple Store - both virtual and physical - is an Aladdin's cave of technological wonders that can pound even the most bounteous of wallets. But there are certain products that Apple offers for sale that you should give a wide berth to.
Not every wants to throw down thousands of dollars for a new laptop. Here are a handful of systems, all priced under $300.
Those who want a Windows powered laptop don't have to feel jealous of those who choose the macOS path, because there are some truly awesome Windows 10 laptops available.
Some think it's remarkable that the processor and graphics chips in the latest iPhone 7 are 120 and 240 times faster than those found in the original iPhone. That's cool, but what's really remarkable is how little battery capacity has changed over the ten years.
What will the iPhone of 2027 look like? Will there even be an iPhone in 2027?
Dell is spearheading a revolution that could see the laptop charging cord becoming a thing of the past and replaced with a charging mat. But is wireless charging a laptop really any more convenient?
We're months away from the launch of Vega-powered products, but AMD is pitching its new graphics architecture as a solution to more things that just better gaming.
This isn't a laptop, but a high-end gaming desktop PC that happens to fold in two.
Here's a service that boasts a success rate of 84 percent, which is a much higher chance of saving your phone than the popular internet trick of putting it into a bag of rice.
It's hard to tell the difference between Dell's new Latitude 5285 2-in-1 and the Microsoft Surface Pro. But there is one crucial difference.
Kingston's new DataTraveler Ultimate GT comes in 1TB and 2TB configurations.
It's a VR-ready system that doesn't need an entire desk and which costs well under $1,000.
Dell takes its highly successful XPS 13 and transforms it into a killer business 2-in-1 hybrid with a starting price of $1,000.
Want to kick off the year with a new Android smartphone? Here are a selection of high-end Android-powered smartphones that will satisfy even the most demanding users.