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Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei.

Huawei is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad few months, and it’s not likely to get better anytime soon

Huawei is the second-largest smartphone maker, but that could be in jeopardy as it becomes a bargaining chip in an international trade war.
Intel's Honeycomb Glacier concept calls for high-end laptops to have a second screen.

Intel’s wild new idea for the laptop of the future involves 2 screens and a hinge that lets it stand up on its own

The laptop of the future could have two screens and a crazy hinge that props the laptop up so you can see the second screen better.
Google's Flutter tool will let app developers make a single version of their app for almost any platform, including mobile, desktop, and web.

Your favorite apps and services could soon become available on all your devices thanks to a Google tool you’ve probably never heard of

Google is fixing one of the biggest hurdles for app developers, and it's great news for pretty much everyone
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Satya Nadella says that even with the company’s massive success and $1 trillion market cap, Microsoft employees have a bad habit of ‘not b...

How do you keep people motivated at the most valuable company in the United States? Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has some ideas.
Microsoft Paint in Windows 95.

Classic Windows program Microsoft Paint to remain part of Windows 10

Microsoft is fully reversing course — the application will be included with Windows 10 going forward.

The 5 laptops we’re most looking forward to trying in 2019

None of these laptops are crazy concepts — they'll actually be available to buy sometime this year.

A gorgeous remake of a PlayStation gaming classic is almost here — and it looks incredible

'Resident Evil 2' is getting a remaster, over 20 years after its release. It looks incredible — check it out here.

Microsoft will release its first web browser for Apple’s Mac computers in 15 years as it makes a major change to its Microsoft Edge strategy

Microsoft Edge is embracing the Chromium web standard, which was born at Google. This is going to lead to some major changes.
Microsoft Edge is the successor to Microsoft Internet Explorer, and comes built in to Windows 10.

It sounds like Microsoft is killing the Edge browser built into Windows 10 and placing a big bet on Google’s web technology instead

Microsoft could kill the Microsoft Edge browser and replace it with a new browser that uses the Google Chromium web engine.