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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.

Get a pair of Cole Haan shoes for $99 or less — and 7 other sales and deals happening now

We rounded up the best sales and deals happening today to save you time, with savings at Cole Haan, Best Buy, Backcountry, and Brooklyn Bedding.

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 already made some big changes to its MacBook lineup this year, and now it sounds like there are more new laptops coming this fall

Apple could release a new MacBook Air and a 6-inch MacBook Pro in October, says a recently published report.

Save 15% on a Bear mattress and get two free pillows — plus 7 other sales and deals happening now

We rounded up the best sales and deals happening today to save you time, with savings on Bear mattresses, smart ECOVACS robovacs, and shoes.

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.
Apple's new entry-level MacBook Pro now comes with a quad-core processor and Apple's Touch Bar.

Critics are calling Apple’s latest refreshed laptops a ‘much-needed upgrade’ — here’s what they have to say about the ne...

Critics seem to dig the new MacBook Pro and Air, praising their upgraded performance, although note a few areas that still need improvement.
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.

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.