Here's one way to re-build the electric grid: Do it piecemeal with microgrids. With that squared away, we turn to figuring out what Apple is up to and check out DJI's new Mavic drone.
Stories by Ken Mingis
This was the week Samsung really hopes it turned the page from the disaster of the Note7. The new Galaxy S8 and S8+ may allow the company to do just that. Here's what you need to know.
Not every smartphone has to skimp on features or cost a small fortune. Case in point: The Moto G5 Plus, which reviewer Dan Rosenbaum says is a good bargain buy.
Coming soon to a PC near you: Windows 10 Creators Edition. But what comes after that in the years ahead for PCs, and Macs, and mobile devices? Are we headed for a voice-activated future?
Computerworld's Matt Hamblen, just back from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, details the big announcements from the show. Hint: It's not only about smartphones.
Here's why the self-driving car of your dreams is a mirage, at least for the foreseeable future. But an iPhone that charges wirelessly? That might actually happen.
Our tech trio takes a look at the latest in solar tech -- panels being installed on waterways -- and checks in on VR to see if all the recent hype is more hope than anything else.
Amazon's voice-activated digital assistant Alexa is learning new skills right and left. In fact, she can now deliver the latest tech news from Computerworld.
Research from our exclusive Tech Forecast 2017 shows what IT skills will be most in demand in the year ahead. But the picture isn't necessarily rosy for everyone.
It's a lot easier to really judge a laptop when you've got it in hand -- especially when it's Apple's new MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar.
The innovative new Touch Bar in the MacBook Pro brings back something that's been missing from Macs in recent years: fun.
It looks like Apple may have the fastest laptop on the market, solar shingles will be THE hottest thing of 2017 and there's lots of holiday shopping options for gadget geeks.
What happens when Apple rolls out stylish new laptops with all new hardware and features? One of Apple's biggest fans blows a fuse (and the other buys one).
What happens when you marry fingerprint readers and RFID chips with guns? You get a smarter gun. And Sony rolls out a virtual reality setup that might just hit the sweet spot in terms of price and performance.
With the Google Pixel smartphone, Google Home and Google Wifi, it looks as though someone's trying to build a well-rounded tech ecosystem. Executive News Editor Ken Mingis and Multimedia Editor Keith Shaw weigh the pros and cons.