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‘Minecraft,’ one of the biggest video games in the world, is getting a massive graphics overhaul — here’s what it looks like

Nvidia's RTX "ray tracing" will even support Minecraft mods, and will make the game look completely different.
Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop.

This sleek, stealth laptop is lighter than the MacBook Air, has a bigger screen, and runs on better chips — but no one thinks about it when they...

Lenovo's ThinkPad laptops are often associated with "business," but you'd be missing out if you dismissed the X1 Carbon.

Samsung and Microsoft are teaming up to take on Apple’s iMessage dominance

Apple users have all the fun with Messages, but Samsung and Microsoft are making it easier to send and receive text messages on your Windows computer

President Trump’s latest tariffs on imports from China could make smartphones and computers more expensive, but the White House doesn’t th...

The White House believes China would "bear the burden" of the tariffs instead of US consumers, but there's little guarantee of that.
Apple's new Mac Pro.

Apple is reportedly asking the Trump administration not to impose tariffs on parts for the new Mac Pro

Apple has asked the Trump administration not to impose tariffs on components for its new Mac Pro, which is being produced in China.

I bought a MacBook Pro from Apple’s Refurbished store, and it was the best decision I made when buying a new computer

From my experience, Apple's Refurbished Mac store is certainly worth a look if you're in the market for a new Apple device.
A North Korean student using a computer at Kim Il Sung University.

Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — here’s what it’s like to use

What it's like to use "Red Star 3," North Korea's little-known computer software that looks a lot like earlier versions of Apple's MacOS software.
Passwords and other more traditional security measures are actually not that secure, so companies have been using "behavioral biometrics," and you probably don't even know it.

Passwords are incredibly insecure, so websites and apps are quietly tracking your mouse movements and smartphone swipes without you knowing to make su...

Passwords play a relatively small role in keeping your accounts safe, and companies use "behavioral biometrics" to track your typical behavior online.
A man types on a computer keyboard in front of the displayed cyber code in this illustration picture taken March 1, 2017.

Hackers targeted the admissions and enrollment departments at 62 universities and created thousands of fake student accounts

62 universities were targeted by hackers who leveraged a vulnerability in a popular school software to create thousands of fake student accounts.

The new $400 Bose 700 wireless noise-cancelling headphones are nearly perfect

The new Bose 700 come with so many improvements that the company could have charged more than $400, but I'm glad it didn't.