Asus' new dual-screen 4K laptop, Apple's secret testing facility
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now.
Asus has unveiled its second generation dual-screen laptop, the ZenBook Pro Duo, at Computex in Taipei.
The laptop features a 15-inch 4K OLED display with a second full-width IPS touchscreen above the keyboard.
Which Asus has dubbed screen pad plus the laptop follows the original screen pad launched in last year's ZEN BOOK Pro 15.
[SOUND] Apple has lifted the lid on a secret testing facility near its Apple Park campus showing how it tests components for iPhones.
In an interview with The Independent, Apple's senior vice president of software engineering Craig Federici, said the company's stress test chips at temperatures ranging from subzero up to 110 degrees Celsius to ensure data cannot be boiled out of them.
And finally, Motorola Z4 appears to have surfaced online before it's been officially announced.
One Reddit user claims to have received the moto Z4 after ordering the device on Amazon, posting it on boxing over the phone on YouTube.
Images of the device first leaked in early May, showing a follow up to last year's Z3.
Stay up to date with the latest by visiting the cnet.com.
Asus ZenBook Pro Duo foreshadows our multiscreen future
Dell XPS 15 and 13 2-in-1 bring OLED and HDR
Alienware redesigns its thin gaming laptops and offers OLED
Alienware's m17 has RTX graphics in a surprisingly light package
Apple will replace faulty MacBook keyboards
HP's Spectre x360 puts a premium on design and battery life
Razer makes its Blade Pro gaming laptop future-ready
Asus updates every gaming laptop it can think of
Alienware Area-51m promises power and upgrades
HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop is more interesting than its name