Microsoft has named its next feature update the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, which is a month or two later than anticipated.
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This summer, Intel showed off the NUC Compute Element for laptops. It's now launched a Xeon-based "Element" that could be used for servers or possibly desktops.
Microsoft deploys Windows 10 19H2 to the Release Preview ring at large, meaning that it's just a short time away from a formal release.
Intel pegged late 2019 to ship its Lakefield technology, which stacks Sunny Cove and Atom CPUs to share the processing load. We expect it to be used for thin-and-light laptops.
Intel's new Comet Lake processor is essentially a faster version of Whiskey Lake with some 10th-gen features added to it, forming the foundation of business notebook PCs and some mainstream laptops.
Microsoft unveils a beta channel for everyday users to try Microsoft Edge, built on its new Chromium foundation.
Google's Chrome 76 begins shipping to users, taking the next step toward killing Flash and allowing incognito mode to be even stealthier.
Eye-tracking company Tobii Technology names former Intel VP Anand Srivatsa as its new CEO.
After being forced to extend its 14nm Core processors by several years, Intel now says it can launch both 10nm and 7nm products within two years.
Antivirus makers Sophos and Avast are warning users that installing a recent Windows update may cause their PCs to lock up or fail to boot.
Microsoft has begun sending emails warning some users that their Outlook, MSN, or Hotmail email accounts may have been compromised.
Microsoft posts an early, public version of its Edge browser running on top of the Chromium platform used by Google Chrome.
Hate passwords? We all do. So Microsoft, Google, and other browser makers have made WebAuthn to replace passwords with your fingerprint and facial recognition.
Microsoft has launched HoloLens 2 with an expanded field of view and—with a price of $3,500—a clear aim at business rather than consumers.
Intel's seventh chief executive is something of a closed book. From what he's said, however, it appears that Bob Swan is choosing to stay the course.