Toshiba came out swinging at IFA 2015 with the Radius 12 convertible. It's a 12.5-inch Windows 10 laptop with a breathtaking 4K display and Intel's Skylake CPU inside. Check out our hands on live from Berlin.
Lenovo plans to launch a new family of gaming-based notebooks and laptops under the Y series branding. All of them will use Windows 10 out of the box and most of them will support Intel's new 6th-Gen Core processors with its Skylake architecture.
Acer today announced the Revo Build, the company's attempt to provide an easier way for consumers to customize and upgrade their desktop PC. We go hands-on with the Windows 10-powered tower that enables you to add and subtract blocks.
ASUS has announced the VivoStick, which is a small stick PC (think the size of a rather large USB Wi-Fi dongle) that has the capabilities to power Windows 10. Simply plug the VivoStick into a TV via HDMI and you now have a fully functional Windows PC.
Acer not only dedicated a portion of its IFA show to gaming, but the company also announced some refreshes and new machines in a number of the company's product families. We're looking at improved notebooks and shiny new desktops.
In this new guide, we go through a number of OneDrive tips, such as remote accessing files from your PC, how to use a different OneDrive account to store files in the cloud, and more to help you get the most out of the cloud storage service in Windows 10.
Microsoft has entered into a partnership with Laplink and will offer its PCMover Express software for free from now until August 31, 2016. The software is designed to help users transfer files from an old PC to a new one running Windows 10 or Windows 8.1.
Lenovo has announced new ThinkPad E Series and S Series laptops, as well as new desktop solutions with a variety of configurations available. These new products are specifically build for small and medium businesses.
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