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It's that time again; time for Apple's yearly update to its MacBook Pro family of notebooks. The company has just rolled out its 2019 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops which come with up to the latest 9th generation mobile Intel Core processors (at least for the latter model). As the red-headed stepchild of the... Read more...
If you've ever questioned your financial worth or how much you're making at your current job, you might want to stop reading at this point. A new report is detailing just how much the world's top streamers can earn for a few hours of streaming, and it is a staggering amount.  The report from the Wall Street... Read more...
Huawei has not been having a very good month, and the past week has especially been difficult—amid US government-imposed trade restrictions with China, Google yanked support for Android from Huawei, and several semiconductor companies severed ties as well, including Intel, Broadcom, and Qualcomm. Things might be... Read more...
Have you updated your web browser lately? If the answer is "no" and you are running Firefox (or Firefox Quantum, as Mozilla calls it these days), there is a new build available, version 67.0. This is a finalized release and not a beta build, and it brings with it improved performance and some new features, including a... Read more...
We are exactly one week away from the start of Computex 2019, and barring a surprise change of plans, AMD will announce its new generation Ryzen 3000 series of desktop processors based on its Zen 2 CPU architecture. AMD is also expected to unveil its X570 chipset. Ahead of the event, a block diagram has emerged... Read more...
Raja Koduri, former head of AMD's Radeon Technologies Group, left the building last year and joined Intel, leaving behind a giant question mark looming over AMD's future graphics endeavors. We will start to get some answers beginning with Navi. Ahead of Navi's launch, one of AMD's main board partners shared some... Read more...
The rollercoaster ride for Huawei continues. Earlier this week, we reported that Google was the first to pull the rug from under the Chinese smartphone powerhouse following guidance from the Trump Administration. Under new rules, without a license, Huawei's future devices would not have access to the Android OS... Read more...
Sony is much more forthcoming with details on the coming PlayStation 5 than it has been with information on past consoles. An alleged PS5 dev kit has been seen in the wild already and Sony has also said that the pricing of the PS5 will be appealing, given the advanced features and hardware that it offers. A new... Read more...
Earlier this month, links to the Microsoft Edge Canary and Dev Channels for macOS leaked early. The spread of the Chromium-based Edge browser to macOS came months after the browser was first released for Windows 10. However, that early leak for macOS wasn't officially supported by Microsoft... until now. Microsoft... Read more...
It feels like we hear about a new cybersecurity attack nearly everyday. Hackers use phishing, keylogging, and targeted attacks to gain access to sensitive information. Is there anything we can do to prevent what appears to be the inevitable? According to a recent study by Google, basic account hygiene can greatly... Read more...
Rejoice glassholes, Google Glass is making a comeback. First introduced way back in 2013, Google Glass was greeted with equal parts intrigue and disgust at the prospects of people walking around with an "all-seeing" camera attached.  With other companies now entering smart eyewear sector -- most notably Microsoft... Read more...
Earlier this month Google launched its new mid-range Pixel 3a and 3a XL that went official after lots of leaks. Google was offering impressive trade deals to get users to upgrade with up to $600 off for the trade in of a high-end iPhone on the mid-range Google offerings. Reports are now coming in that the Pixel 3a and... Read more...
An interesting thing is happening in the solid state drive (SSD) industry. We are in the midst of a transition from SATA to speedier NVMe SSDs, the latter of which are more costly. At the same time, NAND flash memory prices continues to fall, pushing down the costs of SSDs. So, it's interesting whenever a company... Read more...
Fractal Design released their highly acclaimed Define S2 PC case a little over seven months ago and they are already back with a new iteration; the Fractal Design Define S2 Vision RGB. That's a mouthful, but even if the name doesn't exactly roll off the tongue, the DIY PC chassis is easy on the eyes. The Fractal... Read more...
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