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In the past, low cost smartphones offered terrible performance, were never updated, and it was tough to recommend them to readers. As flagship prices skyrocket, the low end is being lifted up and there are some excellent options. All but one of these is available for under $300.
Nvidia brings its Volta architecture chips for supercomputers to the PC.
The Apple products you shouldn't buy for the holidays (and three that you can't buy anymore)
Just because Apple offers something for sale doesn't mean that it's a good idea to buy it! Here's a list of Apple products that you shouldn't buy, along with three that you can't buy anymore.
Critics have long argued that the government has wide latitude to conduct surveillance under broad approvals from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
Google says its new Chrome 63 brings a major enterprise security boost.
The app maker's database wasn't protected with a password, leaving exposed its users' most private information.
Google's Android security bulletin for December includes a number of flaws that vendors will need to patch.
Some Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 users are reporting they can't check for updates using Windows Update and Microsoft Update. No word yet on a Microsoft fix.
Last week was a long, bad week for Apple engineers. And for users of its products.
David Gewirtz argues that the FCC is not eliminating the no-blocking, no-throttling, and no-paid-prioritization restrictions on American internet providers. And he dives deep into the federal regulation code changes to explain why.
I usually get bored with an iPhone after a few weeks and move along to more exciting Android smartphones, but there is something about the iPhone X that excites me every time I use it. It's not going anywhere for some time.
Google names most popular and best Android apps of the year.
A dear friend called to tell me that his holiday -- and his $3,000 laptop -- was ruined by incompetent bench technicians and customer reps playing the blame game at his local Apple retail store.
Seems like the date rolling on to December 2 has triggered a weird iOS bug that caused iPhones to crash.
Google's Vision Kit lets you build your own computer-vision system for $45, but you'll need your own Raspberry Pi.
Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.
Amazon is taking Alexa to the office and here's why the digital assistant will be able to scale via developers, consumerization and the sheer scale of AWS.
The leak marks at least the fifth exposure of NSA-related data in as many years.
Forget "the revolution." Adoption of robots will only happen when startups team up with legacy heavyweights.
VPNs, Wi-Fi Meshes, pods, supernodes, and intelligent distributed cloud services will become the lingua franca of the new Biased Net.