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How the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 will impact 2020 Android phones

Every year about this time, Qualcomm trots out its newest flagship processor and we all ooh and aah over the potential. Speed boosts! Battery efficiencies! Graphics boosts!I expected this year to bring more of the same, and for the most part, it does....

Yale Assure Lever with Connected by August review: Yale lets you ditch its own app for August’s

Yale’s numerous forays into the smart lock market have been, shall we say, lackluster, but with the Yale Assure Lever with Connected by August, the company is at least taking a step in the right direction by finally doing what it should have...

Inside the Snapdragon 865: Qualcomm reveals the features you’ll find in 2020’s best Android phones

Qualcomm’s next-gen Snapdragon 865 smartphone chip will support 5G, certainly. But more practical features will probably affect phone users in more immediate ways, such as 200 megapixel still photos, 4K HDR/8K video capture with optional portrait mode and Dolby Vision support, dynamic lighting options...

Halo: Reach PC impressions: The prodigal son returns to the PC, with some quirks

The original plan, if I recall correctly, was to have the entire Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC by the end of 2019. Alas, that’s not going to happen. But 343 Industries did manage to get Halo: Reach out before the end of the year, the...

Project Athena notebooks perform better on battery, and Intel has the numbers to prove it

Intel’s redesign of the thin-and-light notebook, known as Project Athena, may have struggled to be more than a name to most consumers. But Intel claims that its design partnership with PC makers has paid off in a way you might not think about:...

The 5G phones you really want are coming in early 2020

Lost amid the 5G phone hype, analysts say, is a little-known fact: none of the high-priced 5G phones currently being sold in carrier stores can access both 5G mmWave and sub-6GHz networks. It’s one of the main reasons not to jump on the 5G hype train...

How to use a Chromebook: 10 must-know tips, tricks, and tools for beginners

When Google first introduced Chromebooks in 2011, it seemed like a ridiculous idea. A laptop that can only run a browser? Who wants that? But over time, web apps slowly became more powerful and capable, while Google steadily improved the Chrome OS experience....

iRobot Braava Jet m6 review: a smarter robot mop

Robot mops can seem like a big indulgence, particularly if you’ve already spent a few hundred dollars on a robot vacuum. But there are times they make a lot of sense, such as when you have primarily hard flooring in your home. iRobot’s...

Best robot mops of 2019

As hated household chores go, mopping is probably despised more than even vacuuming (though let’s agree cleaning toilets tops the list). The dirty water, the back-aching labor, and the fact that most homes have far less moppable flooring than they do carpeting makes...

PCWorld’s December Digital Magazine: Google’s latest hardware reviewed

Stay on top of the latest tech with PCWorld’s Digital Magazine. Available as single copies or as a monthly subscription, it highlights the best content from PCWorld.com—the most important news, the key product reviews, and the most useful features and how-to stories—in a...
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