Does Apple’s ‘Spring Loaded’ Event Invite Hint At An iPad Launch?
Apple has been rumored to be preparing the launch for their new iPads and just yesterday, the company officially confirmed that they will be hosting an event next week that will most likely see the iPads being officially revealed. Nothing has been confirmed yet, but leakster @L0vetodream believes Apple hid a message in the invite.

Samsung Could Introduce New Laptops In The Coming Weeks
Recently, Samsung announced that they would be hosting a Galaxy Unpacked event for the 28th of April. The company does not state what will be announced, except to say that “the most powerful Galaxy is coming”. This suggests that whatever the company plans to launch, it will not be of the low-end variety.

Apple’s Mixed Reality Headset Could Feature As Many As 15 Cameras
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could be developing a couple of wearable headsets. While the rumored Apple Glasses are the most anticipated of the bunch, Apple is also said to be developing a mixed reality headset that could debut as soon as next year, and now analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has come forward with some additional details.

Amazon Launches Its Second-Gen Echo Buds
If you’re in the market for a new pair of true wireless earbuds, then you might be interested to learn that Amazon has recently debuted the second-gen Echo Buds. These new earbuds from Amazon are priced starting at $99 thanks to an ongoing promotion run by Amazon, and it’s really a pretty good deal.


LG’s Rollable TV Has Made Its Way Stateside
A couple of years ago, LG unveiled their rollable OLED TV at CES 2019. It is an interesting and amazing piece of technology and if you fancy yourself an early adopter, then you might be excited to learn that the TV seems to have made its way stateside where you will be able to purchase it.

You Can Now Run Windows 10 On M1 Macs...Kind Of
If you miss being able to run Windows on your M1-based Mac computer, you’re in luck because the folks behind Parallels Desktop has announced that in the latest version of their software, they are giving users the ability to install Windows 10 on ARM on their Mac computers, although there is a catch.

Apple Launches Study To See If Apple Watch Can Detect COVID-19
The Apple Watch is more than just a smartwatch, at least that’s the angle that Apple is going for. It comes with various health screen and measuring tools where Apple is hoping to turn the device into a one-stop-shop for various medical needs. We have seen in the past how Apple has commissioned studies for the smartwatch with regards to heart health.

CD Projekt Isn’t Giving Up On Cyberpunk 2077 Anytime Soon
Cyberpunk 2077 was one of the most highly anticipated games of 2020. Given the pandemic, it was something that many people were looking forward to, but unfortunately the game launched as a hot mess. There were so many bugs and issues that Sony was forced to pull the game from its store and refunded players who bought it.

Canon Confirms EOS R3 Mirrorless Camera Is Coming Soon
There have been rumors suggesting that Canon could be developing a new mirrorless camera in the form of the EOS R3. To help dispel the rumors and speculation about what kind of specs and features are coming, Canon has since come forward to acknowledge that the rumors are true and that the EOS R3 is coming soon.

iPhone 14 Could Come With A Massive Camera Upgrade
Apple’s iPhone cameras have always performed very well. Maybe not as good compared to some of the competition in some regards, but always good enough to keep customers satisfied. However, if there is one thing that Apple rarely competes on, it would be megapixel count, instead choosing to focus on other hardware and software aspects to boost its performance.

iPhone 15 Could Finally Ditch The Notch
Apple’s iPhone this year is expected to maintain the notch in its display. However, based on the leaked images we’ve seen, it will be smaller. There have been rumors that the notch could be here to stay for a while, but we might only need to put up with it for a couple more generations, or at least that’s what analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes.

iPhone Mini Series Might Bite The Dust In 2022
Starting with the iPhone 12, Apple introduced a “mini” variant that was smaller and cheaper. Unfortunately, unlike the iPhone XE and its successors, the iPhone 12 mini was not a resounding success, which is why we can’t say we’re too surprised to learn that come 2022, the “mini” lineup could be biting the dust.

Facebook Testing A Speed Dating Video App
Facebook is a social media platform that wears many hats. It tries to be a platform for friends and family members to connect with each other. It also tries to be a platform for video creators looking for an alternative to YouTube. It also tries to be a gaming platform where it hopes to steal audiences away from Twitch.

Discord Blocks iOS Users From Accessing NSFW Servers
Discord has evolved from being merely an app that gamers use to chat with each other to a platform where people can come together and talk and discuss various topics. Given the variety of topics, obviously some Discord servers have been marked as NSFW, which is fine, but there is some bad news for iOS users.

Mophie’s New Power Bank Can Jump Start Your Car
Power banks are a dime a dozen and for the most part, there’s nothing overly special about them, although this isn’t to say that they aren’t useful. However, Mophie has recently taken the wraps off their latest power bank called the Mophie PowerStation Go Rugged Compact, a pretty unique device as far as power banks are concerned.

Microsoft Surface 4 Launched With Intel And AMD Processor Options
When it comes to building computers, we usually have a choice between Intel and AMD. Both have their pros and cons, although usually when it comes to prebuilts, a lot of companies tend to offer Intel only. However, if you’re looking for an AMD powered computer, then Microsoft has you covered.

Mass Effect Legendary Edition Graphics Comparison Trailer Released
When EA and BioWare attempted to continue the Mass Effect franchise with new titles after the original trilogy, let’s just say that things did not exactly go as they had hoped. We suppose in a way it’s a good thing as it showed how well developed in terms of gameplay and story the original games were.

Clubhouse Could Launch On Android In May
Clubhouse is one of the hottest social media apps available at the moment. What’s interesting about its rise to stardom is the fact that it is currently exclusive to iOS, and that the only way you can join it is in the form of an invite. So what about Android users who are looking to get in on the Clubhouse action?

Spotify Launches Their First Attempt At Hardware - The Car Thing
Companies like Apple and Google have been trying to get their foot in the door with regards to automotives by creating technologies like CarPlay and Android Auto. Neither company makes the hardware for it though, and instead rely on third-party companies to make the hardware while they supply the software.

Apple Confirms ‘Spring Loaded’ Event For April 20
Earlier, it was reported that Siri had seemingly revealed when Apple’s next event would be hosted, which is the 20th of April. However, Apple had yet to send out invites to the event, so we couldn’t be sure if it was accurate. The good news is that you no longer have to wonder because Apple has confirmed it.

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