Tablet could be first iDevice to use a non-proprietary Apple port
The range includes uses from desktop to hyperscale
Business meets bendy
What could be about to surface?
The software was trained to search by gender, age and ethnicity
But it'll be free if you can wait a year
When is wearable tech going to do something more useful?
Naughty, naughty Chrome for having passwords...
Bye-bye home button
Contactless... more like contact more
Competitors: 'we fold'. Except they don't
The Inspiron isn't quite the ugly ducking to Dell's XPS lineup it used to be
Mid-ranger offers a AI smarts, a 3,750mAh battery and a notch, of course
It is... it isn't... But it was weird anyway...
The big Apple
This product does not exist
Firm will replace affected handsets for free
Upsetting the Apple Car
G-Cloud framework deal the first part of Met Police's IT modernisation plan
No new phone - but the new SoC is a beast
Company casually suggests Cardiff factory could be for the chop, too
Time to get bossed around by your radiators
Well you try covering 25 exhibition halls in depth then...
Australia the global trend-setter for a change
Ten-mile track to be build on site of abandoned World War Two airfield
More of the same, but as ever, very pretty
Upgrades laptops also boast Intel's 8th-gen Whiskey Lake CPUs
Mid-ranger packs Snapdragon 636, a 6in display and dual-cams
Assistant-powered gadget will set you back £399
Startup claims its tech will 'revolutionise' the smart display market
'Fully-operational' device is currently going for $33,000
Thunderbolt and lightning, NVMe and T3
Firm says orders have been 'great' since sanctions were lifted
It'll be available to buy from November priced at €1,099
Support for other virtual assistants will come later
Upgraded 2-in-1s also pack optional 4K screens and GeForce MX150 graphics
Assault on battery
The CPU promises to have decent boosted performance
Shoplifting has never been so expensive
The graphics card could help power game streaming services
Would you settle for door locks or invest in a burglar alarm too?
Chipmaker managed to twist Microsoft's, er, arm
But it's unlikely to outperform any of the top 10 most powerful supercomputers in 2021
Welcome to 4K at 60fps gaming, folks
It'll likely arrive as the firm's next flagship Snapdragon chip
It's all so terrible, we can barely wash