The Intel CPU shortage is expected to begin easing in June, despite continuing into Q3 2019, but the US-China trade war could cause problems for the entire PC industry this year.

Asus has acknowledged being infected by unusual, highly targeted malware, but insists very few people were impacted. That’s difficult to square with what we know about the attack thus far.

Intel and a group of additional technology companies have announced a new common interconnect standard, CXL. The new standard should be ready to debut in hardware by 2021.

Anyone up for a $1,500 version of 2005-2006’s hottest phone, this time with a folding screen?

Lenovo has been on a tear lately, launching ultra-high-end smartphones in the Chinese market where consumers demand all the RAM and storage possible. The latest Lenovo Z5 Pro GT will deliver with a record 12GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 855.

Microsoft has nudged itself into the top five OEMs in the US thanks to robust Surface sales, but the PC market as a whole is flat.

Lenovo has introduced two variants of its flagship ThinkPad X1 to appeal to both traditional business users and stylus-loving creatives. We tested the latest versions of each.

Starting tomorrow, Chrome will switch from marking sites as “Secure,” to only warning when sites are “Not Secure.”

The PC industry has continued to be stuck in the doldrums throughout 2018, but the pain of the industry’s contraction over the past six years hasn’t been felt equally by all vendors.

Lenovo misrepresented the design of its new “flagship,” the Z5. The company claimed the phone had multiple features it doesn’t possess.