Budget phones often have more hardware chops than you'd think. Here are some top contenders for your bottom dollar.
More tablet than laptop, these hybrids put their own spin on Microsoft's Surface Pro design and features.
Windows 10's digital assistant can scan your emails -- if you let it -- and suggest reminders so you don't forget any commitments you've made.
Chrome now supports WebVR, which brings virtual worlds to web browsers. Allies include Mozilla, Microsoft and Facebook, but we can expect some rough patches.
Microsoft's software gets a mini-window for watching video or holding Skype chat. Also new: Windows 10 can lock itself automatically when you walk away.
Office is closer to joining heavyweights like Photoshop and Spotify in supporting Apple's MacBook Pro Touch Bar.
YouTube plans to offer live streaming on mobile soon. Also on the show: Using augmented reality to play Portal, and the LG G6 losing its bezel.
In an exchange on Twitter, Xbox head Phil Spencer suggests an emulator would be more work but not impossible.
The software giant wants app makers to use its artificial intelligence. The hope is the more they build it into apps we all use, the smarter it'll become.
It's the first time I've actually wanted one.
These high-end slates are the cream of the crop, and you'll pay high prices for them.
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Want to see the future of car technology?
Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.