Three Unreleased Macs Spotted In macOS 11.0.1 Beta
Apple did confirm earlier this year that they will be launching their first Apple Silicon based Mac computers by the end of 2020. The company did not state when, but the rumors have suggested that an event will most likely be held mid-November, although at this point in time not much is known about which computers will be getting the Apple Silicon treatment.

Apple One Services Bundle Will Be Launching Tomorrow
Back in September, Apple announced that they will be putting together a subscription bundle of its various services. Dubbed Apple One, this will see Apple combine various services like Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, Apple Music, and more into different packages at different prices that customers can sign up for.

Netflix Just Got A Little Bit More Expensive
Over the years, Netflix has been steadily increasing the price of its plans, and if you’re currently subscribed, you might want to take note of the new prices that will be going into effect. However, this price hike will only apply to the Standard and Premium subscriptions of Netflix, while the Basic plan remains the same.

Autonomous Car Race Shows That Self-Driving Cars Might Be 100% Ready Yet
It is possible that in the future, self-driving cars will become the new standard. After all, if everyone uses self-driving cars, in theory it should be a lot safer as it takes out issues like human error. However, a recently-held self-driving car race has shown that maybe the tech isn’t quite ready for prime time just yet.

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Elon Musk’s Starlink Internet Expected To Be Priced At $99 A Month
While a lot of us might take our internet for granted and assume that we are connected wherever we go, there are some places where coverage might be bad or even non-existent. This is an issue that SpaceX is hoping to tackle by launching its Starlink internet service that relies on satellites to beam internet around the world.

World Of Warcraft: Shadowlands Has A New Release Date
Earlier this month, Blizzard announced that they would be delaying the release of World of Warcraft :Shadowlands. The company stated that due to the feedback that they received during the beta of the game that they decided that they had to go back to the drawing board and fix some of the things players had issues with.

This Guitar Pedal Can Be Controlled Using Your Smartphone
If you’re a guitar player, then there’s a very good chance you might own several pedals. These pedals, for those unfamiliar, help guitar players create and adjust their guitar’s sounds to their liking, whether it be adding a crunchy distortion, a fuzzy overdrive, or the wah sound of a face-melting guitar solo, these pedals help guitarists accomplish that.

These Robot Legs Helped A Building ‘Walk’ To Its New Home
Usually when a building is built, its location is more or less permanent. You might be able to relocate it, but that is typically an arduous task that involves taking it apart and reassembling it at its new location. However, it seems that over in China, engineers have managed to relocate a building by giving a set of robot legs.

Oukitel’s Latest Smartphone Packs A Whopping 8,000mAh Battery
The way smartphones are at the moment, typically we can get a day or two out of them before needing to recharge. This is made worse with the inclusion of 5G technology which has only served to drain battery even faster, but the folks at Oukitel have announced a new smartphone in the form of the WP10 that we imagine should last you for days.

Hitman 3 Announced For Nintendo Switch
The Nintendo Switch’s hardware isn’t quite as powerful compared to the likes of the PS5 Pro or the Xbox One X, and as such, games do not necessarily run at the same settings compared to other consoles, and also as a result, not all games are necessarily compatible as well. This is where cloud gaming comes in handy.

The Backbone One Is A Game Controller For The iPhone
When it comes to gaming controllers for the iPhone, there are many options that you can choose from, but recently, there is a new player in the market that comes in the form of the Backbone One, but what makes this device a bit more unique are some of its hardware and software features that appear to be catered towards gamers in this modern day and age.

Your Amazon Prime Videos Don’t Actually Belong To You
Aside from being able to stream movies digitally, companies have also allowed users to purchase digital copies of movies, but therein lies an interesting legal question – do these digital downloads mean that you own them? It’s like if you were to buy a physical copy of a movie on DVD or Blu-ray, you would own that particular copy (to a certain extent).

iPhone 13 Could Come With 1TB Of Storage
Apple’s iPhone storage currently caps out at 512GB and there is no way to expand on it as the iPhones do not support storage expansion via microSD cards like some Android phones do.  However, for those who feel that 512GB is still not enough, you might want to keep an eye out for the iPhone 13.

Apple Reportedly Inviting Developers To Workshops To Prepare For Apple Silicon
Given how Intel powers the majority of computers out there, it was a rather daring move on Apple’s part to ditch Intel for their own Apple Silicon chipsets. As powerful as the benchmarks are, hardware is only one side of the story because if there are no apps available for Apple Silicon computers, no one would want to use it.

Yamaha Unveils New Wireless Guitar Amp
Given that a lot of speakers these days are going wireless, it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that the same can be said for guitar amplifiers too. In fact, Yamaha has been doing that for a while now, and the company is back with their latest model in the form of the Yamaha THR30IIA.

How To Extract A Still Image From A Live Photo On iPhone
One of the features of the iPhone is the ability to take what Apple is calling a “Live Photo”, which is kind of like a hybrid between a video and a photo, but what if you just wanted the image part? Here’s how you can extract a still image from a Live Photo.

How To Save Google Chrome Tabs For Later
As much as we’d like to read all the articles we find on the internet, time simply does not allow us to. So what happens when you have 20 tabs open in Google Chrome that you don’t want to lose? Here’s how you can save them so that you can read it later.

Qualcomm WiFi 6E Immersive Home Platform Launched
WiFi 6E is an upgrade of WiFi that supports a new 6GHz radio brand, which means faster peak connectivity and reduced airwave congestion. Of course, WiFi 6E still supports 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz legacy frequencies.

Uber HW Camera Scores for Pixel 5, Vivo X51, Mi 10T Pro
Thanks to our mobile camera HardWare score called Uber HW Camera, we can accurately rank an unprecedented number of mobile camera systems.Uber HW Camera is based on a proprietary algorithm that ranks the cameras’ potential based on their technical specifications.The algorithm is sometimes tuned and adjusted with real-world image analysis from our image-based Uber IQ Camera benchmark (IQ = Image Quality). Common questions about Uber HW Camera are answered in […]

Zoom Rolls Out End-To-End Encryption For All Users
One of the features lacking on Zoom’s end was end-to-end encryption, but the good news for Zoom users is that it looks like the feature is finally here, sort of. The company has announced that they will begin rolling out end-to-end encryption in the form of a preview that all users can participate in.

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