New gadgets make the whole world your keyboard
As smartphones and headsets offer power to spare but little space to work on the go, a range of input options are allowing the entry of text and drawings on any nearby surface.
Atlassian adds new features to Trello
The new central hub and updated notification capabilities should help users stay better organized.
iFixit's new toolkits make it easy to take things apart (and put them back together again)
Whether you're tackling the big jobs, or really small ones, iFixit has developed two new driver kits to make it easier to take apart - and put back together - your devices.
Print dual-color name tags and labels for $39.99
Normally $100, Brother's QL-800 might be perfect for your office labeling needs.
Spotify announces new free version of its mobile app
Until now, features were only available on its subscription service, not its free tier, at a press event in New York.
Avoid Windows 10 crapware: How to get rid of Candy Crush and all the rest
If you've installed a fresh copy of Windows 10 Pro lately, you've probably been unpleasantly surprised by the decidedly un-businesslike games and consumer apps splattered on the Start screen. Here are two ways to avoid installing Candy Crush and its companions in the first place.
Apple iPhone X early adopters: We love everything about the phone, except Siri
iPhone X owners are happy with every aspect their purchase, with one glaring exception.
Browser wars 2018: Microsoft Edge is falling behind
The last time Microsoft got involved in a browser war, it was a different century, and it ended badly. In 2018, the company has a shiny new browser, Microsoft Edge. But the new browser isn't winning over Windows 10 users.
Dell launches Precision 2-in-1 among business PC refresh
The Precision, Latitude, and Optiflex line-ups are getting new silicon ahead of Dell Technologies World.
Is Apple Pay really accepted at 1-out-of-2 retailers? Not in the real world
Apple claims that half of all retailers in the United States accept Apple Pay. While we couldn't visit all retailers, we did visit a random selection locally, which is a good reflection of what you might find. The results were not promising.
Google reveals Chrome's new look: Here's what you'll see in Material Design refresh
Google is overhauling the look and feel of Chrome on Windows.
Coming to your parked car: Amazon Prime in-car deliveries
Amazon will start making deliveries to your parked vehicle via the Amazon Key app. Here's how it works.
Vision Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury concept lands in Beijing with wild styling - Roadshow
It has the body of an SUV, but the rear end of a sedan. It's... unique.
2018 Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow
With cool style and easy-to-ride dynamics, Sweden's latest entry-level bikes are perfect for folks looking to make the transition to two wheels.
Facebook now tells you exactly why it takes down posts
The social network is also expanding its appeals process around objectionable posts -- as Facebook tries to purge toxic content.
Verizon Q1 solid, but wearable connections offset phone, tablet wireless declines
Verizon had a strong first quarter, but the wireless business had multiple moving parts.
Segment launches new GDPR compliance tools
The platform for managing first-party data will help its customers with the heavy lifting of forwarding end-user data requests to various marketing tools.
Splunk updates flagship suites with machine learning, AI advances
Splunk also expanded its integration capabilities with open source software and cloud-native technologies from Apache Kafka, Kubernetes and Docker.
Windows 10 Lean: Latest build offers first glimpse of Microsoft's new cut-down OS
Microsoft has built a lightweight version of Windows 10 called Windows 10 Lean.
This cryptocurrency mining malware also disables your security services
A year on from the vulnerabilities being leaked, attackers are still using leaked NSA tools to power new attacks - this time with the newly uncovered PyRoMine.
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