Here's a recap of all the most exciting CES 2020 news. Oh, and there's also the not-news, too.
Rich Woods at Neowin did get an exclusive look at the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold running Windows 10X at CES.
Google can sidestep its arguably struggling organic cloud efforts and wedge itself into at least the number 2 spot
For now, it looks like Microsoft is sticking with the older USB style port.
Intel and AMD both held their own CES press conferences yesterday, which included some interesting surprises.
AMD briefly showed the rear ports of the Xbox Series X today, revealing 2 HDMI ports, 2 USB-C ports, an optical audio port, as well as an Ethernet port.
Dell is joining in on Microsoft's vision. Dell showcased a concept dual-screen device it calls "Duet."
At CES 2020, Dell has an interesting conceptual device that looks to join the mix of foldables sometime in the future
Lenovo plans to make its Connected Home Security service available for 30-day trials in the US where users can engage with it via the Lenovo Vantage hub
Initial 2020 offerings will set the pace for what's to come from the company in gaming for the year.
Lenovo is packaging a new dedicated personal business communications array for 2020
Lenovo has further refined some of its high-performance office productivity devices.
Ahead of the CES 2020 event next week, Samsung has announced its new Galaxy Book Flex Alpha, a more budget-friendly alternative to the signature Galaxy Book Flex.
At CES 2020, Dell is showcasing an update to its Mobile Connect Software, which now is better than Your Phone in Windows 10
We went hands-on with the new XPS 13 ahead of CES 2020 and came away very impressed.
The new partnership means that Ericsson is building its own Connected Vehicle Cloud atop Microsoft's Connected Vehicle Platform that all rests on top of Microsoft Azure Cloud.
While the naming convention seems just a cumbersome as before, the new scheme works as a fresh start for Lenovo's decade long incremental numbering paradigm.