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Do smartphones really need 120-Hz screens?
Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 | Qualcomm Adreno 650 | 6.55" | 188 g
Opinion: This is why the Apple iPad 10.2 is a sustainable product
Apple A12 Bionic | Apple A12 Bionic GPU | 10.2" | 495 g
Analyst prediction for the most popular iPhone 12 model is counter to recent trends
8P objectives are the "next big thing" when it comes to smartphones, but are they really better?
We're calling it now: 2021 will introduce new laptops with way better webcams than ever before
The exasperating PlayStation 5 wait might be the greatest trick Sony ever pulled - but don't worry, the PS5 does exist
We demand more small phones!
Intel still leans on gaming comparisons to prove its worth, but it may have shot itself in the foot this time around
Remastered Command & Conquer, remade The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth, and rejuvenated Age of Empires can breathe life into expiring RTS genre
Thin bezels, under-display cameras, and foldables are overpriced stopgaps on the way to the post-smartphone paradigm
How Intel can get back on top
Opinion | The Sony PlayStation 5 will win the next console battle, but the future belongs to Microsoft
16:10 displays are about to become more mainstream on Windows laptops
What is going on with the Xiaomi Mi A4?
OnePlus Z/Nord: US market set to get the short end of the stick again
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was the last truly great Android flagship
Huawei and Honor aren't learning from their outdated webcam mistakes
PS5 vs Xbox Series X: Sony has already won a crucial battle in the next-gen console war with the jaw-droppingly sexy PlayStation 5 design - but it also needs to come in black
The Dell XPS 15 would utterly dominate the market if it had 7 nm AMD Ryzen 7 or Ryzen 9 options
Opinion: Sony has made the right decision postponing the PS5 event
Opinion | It's about time we got better mobile hotspot controls in One UI
Opinion | GTA 5, Civilization 6, Borderlands, and just maybe The Witcher 3: great, but who exactly are all these Epic games for, anyway?
Opinion | The Dell XPS 15 naming scheme is a mess
Apple MacBook Air vs. Honor MagicBook 14: Twice the price, half of the performance?
AMD Ryzen 5 3500U | AMD Radeon RX Vega 8 (Ryzen 2000/3000) | 14" | 1.4 kg