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Apple Teases Behemoth iMac Pro and New MacBooks

The $4,999 iMac Pro is aimed at video editors and virtual reality game developers, while the iMac, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lineups get new Intel processors.

Tom Brant

Elon Musk Expects to Have a Brain-Machine Interface in 4 Years

Neuralink could have its first product by then, but that's just the start of the 'Wizard Era.'

Richard Lawler

12 Eye-Popping Home Office Setups

If you love your computer that much, you want to give it an environment in which it can truly shine.

K. Thor Jensen

Can Artificial Intelligence Identify Pictures Better than Humans?

It's taken computers less than a century to learn what it took humans 540 million years to know.

Ophir Tanz

This Japanese Billionaire Thinks Computers Will Be Smarter Than Humans in 30 Years

The CEO of SoftBank says machine intelligence will surpass our own by 2047.

Sam Shead

MacBook Pro Touch Bar Banned From Multiple State Bar Exams

Prospective lawyers across the country are being asked to leave their new machines at home.

Andrew Dalton

Apple May Announce New Macs at an Event Next Week

The date would confirm previous suspicions that arose after Apple moved its upcoming Q4 earnings report from October 27 to October 25 due to a "scheduling conflict."

Jeff Dunn

Why the PC Might Not See a Comeback

The longest downturn in PC sales history might not be a bad thing.

Stephanie Mlot

Laptop Visionary John Ellenby Dies

John Ellenby's Grid delivered what is widely viewed as one of the first laptop computers, the Compass.

Don Reisinger

The Important Lesson Entrepreneurs Can Learn From the Apple Computer That Sparked a Revolution

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak's first dream machine just sold at auction via Charitybuzz for $815,000.

Elon Musk's Artificial Intelligence Project Just Got a Free Supercomputer

An Elon Musk-backed artificial intelligence research group just got a brand new toy from chip maker Nvidia.

Jonathan Vanian

Geeks Win Millions for Teaching Computers to Battle Each Other

A software program dubbed "Mayhem" was poised to win the final round of a three-year contest to teach computers to launch and defend against cyber attacks.

Reuters