Tag Archives: gaming

Apple just discontinued the beloved 2015 MacBook Pro

Apple has discontinued the much-loved 2015 MacBook Pro, the last of the old-generation design notebooks. The laptop had built a fierce following despite being several years old, with a vocal section of macOS fans clinging to its full-sized USB-A, HDMI, and other ports

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Why the Surface Go needed to be x86 and not ARM

Microsoft just revealed the Surface Go, its lightest, slimmest, and cheapest Surface tablet yet. Cheapest is relative only to other Surface 2-in-1s and it’s hardly iPad thin or slim

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Galaxy Note 9 launch date: when the re-imagined S Pen arrives

It’s no longer a secret when Samsung plans to “Unbox” the Galaxy Note 9.

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Nintendo reportedly closes ‘unpatchable’ flaw in new Switch units

Nintendo has been ramping up its anti-piracy measures ever since a Switch hacking team discovered a vulnerability that allow people to run arbitrary code on all current consoles. In fact, it already gave the Switch hardware an overhaul to get rid of...

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Windows 10 Preview: what’s coming later this year

Adopting the slogan and strategy of “Windows as a Service” is admittedly one of the best things Microsoft has ever done for the operating system. Now in its third year, Windows 10 has already received five major updates, almost twice a year.

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Magic Leap gets cash from AT&T as it continues to ghost

Normally I wouldn’t mention that a company got investment cash before it had a product, but Magic Leap’s been in this situation for a LONG time. Look all the way back to Google’s investment, an investment that took place in October of 2014. They had a TED talk back in January of 2013, too – they’ve been at this business … Continue reading

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Nokia 5.1 Plus renders hint at a Nokia X6 for the rest of us

HMD Global has so far proven itself to be a very admirable Android OEM that is returning the Nokia brand to its former glory. While its numbering scheme seems to be just as puzzling as the old Nokia, it is also producing well-designed and affordable devices with a commitment to pure Android and fast updates.

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Ex-Apple engineer arrested for stealing self-driving car secrets

Waymo isn’t the only one with a car leak problem. Although industrial espionage isn’t exactly and trade secret theft is hardly new nor uncommon, not every crime gets the limelight.

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You don’t want a new smartphone

Here in the summer of 2018 there’s a lull in technological advancements in smartphones. You don’t need a new smartphone – you can get a device released last year, or even the year before that, that has most or all of the same essential features released in phones coming this year.

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iOS 11.4.1 brings USB Restricted Mode but it has a bug

Some features just can’t seem to wait for a grand release. That seems to be the case for Apple’s latest controversial security feature which was initially expected for iOS 12 in a few months. It seems, however, that pressing matters may have forced Apple to almost silently roll out its USB Restricted Mode feature in the new iOS 11.4.1 update

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