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The new version of Linux Mint's default desktop will feature improved support for multiple monitors and other enhancements.
A new video hands-on suggests a smaller hinge and less obvious crease are among the changes to the next version of the popular folding phone.
The 1993 classic PC FPS game comes back to life in a project that shows how Linux can be bent to a developer's will.
Unfortunately, it wasn't Christmas arriving early, as the company has confirmed the behavior as a bug.
Get ready to switch to Driving Mode in Google Assistant, because Google is set to kill off the Android Auto mobile app for everyone.
The laptop will be available in June 2022 after Pine64 ironed out supply chain problems.
The Sonos assistant is voiced by an actor who should be familiar to fans of Breaking Bad and The Mandalorian.
Money for Excel, Wolfram Data Types, and Partner Offers are all getting cut out in a bid to keep Excel slim of unwanted features.
Leaked specs for the Galaxy Z Fold4 say the new foldable phone will only be an incremental update, with a small battery and crease in the screen.
Codenamed "Keystone," Microsoft confirms that its cloud gaming service's dongle will allow people to play on any USB-enabled screen.
The DIRIGERA smart home hub and new app will arrive in October 2022.
Windows 11 currently only supports Microsoft-developed widgets, but that's about to change.
Are you ready for robots to do much more than vacuum the floor and mow the grass?
The Nothing Phone (1) looks set to launch on July 21st at a price around $500, according to new leaks.
With the kernel update, future Intel chips could bar users from tweaking CPU settings unless they pay up for hardware features they already have.
Steam Deck owners will soon be able to purchase everything from official display upgrades to entire replacement motherboards directly from iFixit.
The Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 and Snapdragon 7 Gen 1 processors from Qualcomm are set to power the next generation of flagship and mid-range Android phones.
The hacking competition saw some big wins for hackers, and some major losses for Microsoft.
The app is called "Designer," and it gives us a hint at what Microsoft wants from its new operating system.