Apple’s New iPad Pro Seems To Bend Pretty Easily

We’ve all accidentally sat on our devices before, and for the most part most of them escape unscathed. However with Apple’s new iPad Pro, you might want to check to make sure you don’t sit down on it because based on a test conducted by JerryRigEverything, it appears that Apple’s new iPad Pros bend pretty easily.


NVIDIA Acknowledges Some RTX 2080 Ti Boards Are Defective

Back in August, NVIDIA announced new GPUs in the form of the RTX 2080 Ti. Given its asking price of $999, safe to say that this GPU is not cheap and is clearly aimed at professionals and enthusiasts who might require the power and performance that the GPU has to offer. Unfortunately there have been reports of users complaining about the GPU failing on them.


Luna Turns Your iPad Pro Into A Display For The Mac Mini

One of the upsides of the Mac Mini is that it is small and portable which means that placing it anywhere in your home is possible, as long as you have a display that you can attach to it (along with a keyboard and mouse). However if you’d rather not get a separate display, it seems that the folks at Luna Display have stumbled upon a pretty cool alternative.


Evernote For iOS, macOS Gains Dark Mode Support

Dark mode is a useful feature in apps because it helps reduce the overall glare that you get from an otherwise mostly-white interface. Even Google has found that dark mode actually helps with battery life. The good news is that if you’re an Evernote user, it looks like dark mode has finally made its way onto the iOS and macOS version of the app.


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Japan’s New Cybersecurity Minister Has Never Used A Computer

With cybersecurity challenges mounting and attacks getting more sophisticated, you would expect that the people governments put in positions responsible for cyber defence would have at least some knowledge of the subject matter. That’s wasn’t a requirement, apparently, for the Japanese government because the man it has appointed as its new cybersecurity minister has never used a computer in his life.


Vega GPU For MacBook Pro Now Available For Purchase

It was revealed rather quietly after Apple’s recent hardware event that the company will soon be offering AMD Radeon Pro Vega GPU options for the MacBook Pro. The company is now selling the optional GPUs through its online store. You can head over there now and configure a 15 inch MacBook Pro with an AMD Radeon Pro Vega 16 or Vega 20 GPU.


Windows 10 October Update Rollout Resumed

Microsoft has resumed rolling out the Windows 10 October update. It was originally released in the first week of last month but Microsoft had to pull the October update due to a bug which was causing data loss for those who installed it. The company has addressed the matter and is now rolling out this update to PCs once again.


Intel Launches Neural Compute Stick 2

In recent years we’ve seen how companies such as Intel have explored non-traditional methods of computing by launching devices like the Intel Compute Stick, which basically puts computer components into a small USB-sized stick that can connect to displays, such as TVs, via the HDMI port.


11-inch iPad Pro VS 10.5-inch iPad Pro In Performance Comparison

Last month Apple took the wraps off their new iPad Pros. Apple changed up the design of the iPad Pro to give it an edge-to-edge display, and in the case of the smaller version, it allowed Apple to offer up a larger display while keeping the entire body roughly the same size, which bumped it to an 11-inch display.


Apple Pencil Teardown Hints At Potential New Features

The first-gen Apple Pencil was a pretty straightforward device that allowed users to use it with the iPad Pro, Apple improved upon its functionality with the launch of the second-gen Apple Pencil that was announced alongside the newly-designed iPad Pro. Now thanks to a teardown of the device by the folks at iFixit, it seems that the device could potentially do more than advertised.


Broadway To Ditch Production Books In Favor Of iPads

Many scoffed at Apple when the company first launched the iPad, but fast forward to today, it is clear that the iPad is here to stay, with some users even shifting from using a laptop to the tablet full time. Now it seems that more are shifting to the use of the iPad, such as Broadway productions where some shows are swapping out physical production books and scripts in favor […]


Netflix Updated With Support For New iPad Pro’s Display

Apple’s iPad Pros have always featured what Apple calls a “Retina” display, and for the most part over the years, the company has maintained the resolution of its displays on the iPad Pro lineup, even with the newer models which features a new design, thinner bezels, and what Apple is calling a Liquid Retina display.


Apple’s T2 Chip Will Block Third-Party Mac Repairs

Apple’s newer Mac computers come with the company’s T2 security enclave. This is a special chip that securely stores sensitive information about the user, like in the case of the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pros, it is where your fingerprint information is stored and protected using encryption.


U.S. Lays Claim To The World’s Fastest Supercomputers

Rankings for the world’s fastest supercomputers are released biannually. Summit and Sierra are the world’s top two fastest supercomputers and both of them are in the United States. They rely on IBM technology. On the list of the top ten supercomputers worldwide, five of them are American.