Last month Apple unveiled their new 12-inch MacBook and safe to say that it was designed for maximum portability and mobility, as opposed to being a powerhouse laptop, which is why when the benchmarks for the laptop made its way online, it did not come as a complete surprise to find that it isn’t as powerful as you might think it is.
In fact according to the benchmarks, it turns out that the 2015 12-inch Retina MacBook is on par in terms of performance with Apple’s 2011 MacBook Air. Does that seem a bit disappointing that a 2015 laptop isn’t more powerful than one released four years ago? A bit, however it should be noted that the 2011 MacBook Air model was running an Intel Core i7 CPU clocked at 1.8GHz. Read full post →12-inch MacBook Benchmarks On Par With 2011 MacBook Air
Using a new phone with a new UI or a new platform can be a bit intimidating for some users as they might feel overwhelmed with the icons, features, settings, and so on. However it seems that LG might want to make things easier for new users to get on board with, thanks to a new rumor which suggests that the upcoming LG G4 could feature a dual-mode user interface.
What does this mean, you ask? Basically there will be two modes offered with the LG G4. One will be a basic and more general version of the interface which will be easier and more straightforward to use. This might be ideal for Android newbies or those who have not used an LG phone before. Read full post →LG G4 Could Come With A Dual-Mode User Interface