Fire and burns hazards
The US Product and Safety Commission (UPSC) has announced a "battery safety" recall of about 78,500 HP laptops for what the UPSC calls "fire and burn hazards".
Claims that the Omen 15 is the first gaming laptop to get it
HP has jacked up the the refresh rate on its latest Omen 15.
All roads leading to Chromebook
AMD has been telling the world+dog about its laptop processor updates, which include a targeted attempt to capture some of the growing cheap Chromebook market, slightly faster mobile Ryzens and a promise to keep everyone's AMD laptop drivers up to date with the latest zero-day game-release optimisations.
You get the security you pay for... oh
Red-faced Apple has had to fix a security flaw caused by its expensive laptops leaving the factory with Intel's "manufacturing mode" still switched on.
And Microsoft seems keen too...
We've waited years and years for ARM to offer a real challenge to Intel on the notebook front, and judging from what the company announced today in Old Taiwan, 2019 could be when Chipzilla discovers it has an Achilles' heel. Intel isn't invulnerable, despite its size, demonstrated, for example, by the way it totally missed the boat on the smartphone front.
Have all the semi-colons in the right place
Nvidia has been talking up new pascal based gaming notebooks based around the GTX 10-series GPU.
Envy 15z laptops now have it all
Maker of expensive printer ink HP will be releasing two new Envy 15z laptops that will feature AMD's FreeSync technology.
So much for getting out of hardware
Asus said to be showing prototype
Early warning system launched in the Philippines