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After five years of development, Lenovo is almost ready to start shipping the Thinkpad X1 Fold, which it claims is the first PC with a foldable display. It has opened up pre-orders for the device, which starts at $2,499.The Thinkpad X1 Fold has a 13.

The Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold [Lenovo.com] is a 13.3" tablet with a folding 1560-line OLED display. There's a keyboard that magnetically clips into place, covering the bottom half of the screen and turning it into an ultraportable 6.65" laptop. It even...

The company that helped pioneer and popularize mesh routers finally has a WiFi 6-compatible model in its lineup. At its fall hardware event, Amazon announced the Eero 6 and Eero Pro 6. Both models support WiFi 6, the latest and fastest WiFi standard.

As expected, Amazon just announced a new low-cost streaming media player. When the Fire TV Stick Lite becomes available later this month, it will set you back a mere $30. For that price, you get a streaming device that supports Full HD playback with.

TL;DR: As of Sept. 22, the VTech Kidizoom action camera (think GoPro for kids) is $14.99 off, dropping the price to $45. Kids love to get their hands on cool technology just as much as adults — but you might not always trust them with your exp...

Engineers at MIT, in partnership with the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, have devised a way to build a camera lens that avoids the typical spherical curve of ultra-wide-angle glass, while still providing true optical fisheye distortion. The f...

The science-fiction dream of videoconferencing is finally grim, merciless reality, but tech companies have wanted to foist it on us for decades and this business-to-business marketing video for AT&T's early-1990s solution makes for amusing viewin...