Lenovo fine-tuned its formula for the Yoga C930, adding a trio of useful features that make this premium laptop tough to beat.
Samsung, LG, OnePlus and more are all developing 5G phones. So when can we get our hands on them?
AMD's annual update adds the ability to stream games from your PC to your phone, improvements to ReLive, HDR tweaks and more.
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It'll also build new sites in Seattle, San Diego and Culver City.
Amazon and Google haven't played nicely with each other over the past few years, but consumers were just thrown a bone. Amazon has finally restocked Chromecast and Chromecast Ultra devices in its online store, selling them for $35 and $69, respectively.
Back in 2015, Amazon pulled Chromecast devices from its store after it dictated that it would only sell streaming devices that support its own Prime Video service. Since the Chromecast did not support the service, Amazon claimed it would cause "customer confusion" if it offered the Google device for purchase.
The same strange rule applied to the Apple TV, which Amazon didn't sell for some time as well. But Amazon released its Prime Video app for Apple TV this time last year, and Apple's set-top box reappeared on Amazon quickly after that.
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Nintendo Switch Bundle for $340, Apple Watch Series 3 for $229, Xbox One for $219: Best deals since Black Friday - CNET
Black Friday is over, but sales are everywhere. Walmart has a solid Switch deal, Google's Pixel 3 price drop is back, and the new iPad is still just $250 at Target.
Sure, everyone shops there, especially at this time of year. But critics are finding plenty to complain about.
Must...resist...adorableness! Actually, at this price there's no need to resist. Cutest kid-phones ever! Plus: Get an essential-oil diffuser for $13.
It gets nearly four hours more battery life per charge than the iPhone X and costs one-fifth the price.
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The Kia Forte is a compelling compact sedan for the practical shopper, even if it isn't exciting to drive.
The understated pale pink Pixel 3 (the XL in this case) looks great up close under a macro lens.
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The company says it expects to become Austin's biggest private employer.
These are unequivocally the best Android games on the planet.
A leaked email sent to Uber bosses by a staff member arrived days before a car hit and killed a pedestrian.
If you're a technology enthusiast—and you obviously are, because you're reading Ars Technica—you'll know that poor software or a bad UI can drag down even the best hardware. It's frustrating, and not just because lousy software can make using the newest, shiniest gear less fun. The frustration is also fueled by the vision of what could have been if the manufacturer had truly gotten its act together.
That, in a nutshell, describes my week with the Acura MDX Sport Hybrid.
The MDX is the first hybrid SUV from Acura. It was refreshed for the 2017 model year, and, aside from a few new color options, it is essentially unchanged for 2019. It's a three-row, midsize SUV that sits in the same luxury segment occupied by the Infiniti QX60 (look for our review soon), Audi Q7, Volvo XC90, and Lexus RX 350L. It has a 3.0L, 24-valve V6 under the hood, accompanied by three electric motors—borrowed from the hybrid NSX supercar no less. There's also a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission that works sans torque convertor, which Acura says improves its efficiency.