Kano Wants To Teach Children How To Build Their Own Computer With A DIY Kit

While the majority of computers these days come prebuilt, building your own PC can be a fun and fulfilling experience. This is because you get to pick and choose your own components and ultimately customize your PC to your own liking. However, the overall experience can be a bit intimidating, but Kano is hoping to change that by teaching kids when they are young.


Intel Brings One-Click CPU Overclocking With Performance Maximizer Tool

Intel wants to make overclocking simpler which is why it has now released an automatic overclocking tool for some 9th gen Core CPUs called the Intel Performance Maximizer. The tool takes a look at the individual settings of each processor and then uses what the company calls “hyper-intelligent automation” to overclock them for a performance bump. This means that users can have one-click overclocking without having to make any changes […]


Mozilla Releases Emergency Patch For Firefox

If you’re a Firefox user, you might want to update your browser ASAP. This is because Mozilla has recently issued an emergency patch for the browser that will fix a zero-day vulnerability. Now, such flaws do happen from time to time, but what makes this particularly important and urgent is that this flaw is currently being exploited, which means that there is a chance you could be a victim if […]


Microsoft May Add Dedicated Office Key To Keyboards

If a new report is to be believed, Microsoft is thinking about adding a dedicated Microsoft Office key to keyboards. It would be used for additional keyboard shortcuts within Office apps, such as the ability to share documents and files quickly. Microsoft has actually been conducting a survey with testers of the Office key to gain feedback on how users might utilize the dedicated key.


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Native Twitter App For Mac Will Be Making A Comeback

Back in early 2018, Twitter announced that they would be discontinuing its app for Mac. The company instead directed users to the web version of Twitter. However, for those who prefer having a native Mac app for their Twitter needs, you’ll be pleased to learn that the app will be making a comeback.


Apple’s Online Store Can No Longer Be Accessed With Older Versions Of macOS

In a somewhat perplexing move, it seems that Apple has changed the requirements for accessing its online store by making it so that users with older version of its macOS software and Safari will no longer be able to access it. Instead, they will be greeted with an error message that tells them that they are using an “Unsupported Browser Version”.


Adobe’s AI Can Spot Facial Manipulation In Photoshop

While using a tool like Photoshop to digitally manipulate an image is not exactly new, thanks to the advancement of technology, it has become a lot easier to do so. It has also become disturbingly realistic, where AI has been used to create photos and videos of people doing or saying things that are complete fabrications.


Apple Could Have At Least Seven New MacBooks In The Works

Are you thinking about getting your hands on a new MacBook laptop? If you are, you might want to hold off on buying one just yet because according to a report from MacRumors, they have discovered what appear to be registrations made in Europe where it seems that Apple could have as many as seven new MacBooks in development.


Lenovo ThinkPad P73 17.3-Inch Workstation With 128GB of RAM

The ThinkPad P73 17.3” workstation laptop is probably the most powerful mobile computer that Lenovo has to offer today, as it comes with the latest from Intel and NVIDIA and as the title suggests, a maximum of 128GB of RAM and 6TB of SSD storage.


Apple Has A New iCloud App For Windows Users

For the most part, it feels that whenever Apple releases software for Windows, it’s more about just releasing it for the sake of it, where they begrudgingly admit that not all iOS users necessarily use Macs. If you’ve ever tried accessing your iCloud drive on a Windows computer, you know that this experience is vastly different compared to using it on a Mac.


iMovie For iPhones, iPad Updated With New Green Screen Feature

Editing video clips on our mobile devices are usually a less-than-ideal experience due to the relatively smaller screens. It makes it harder to do more complex tasks, but if you absolutely need to make some quick edits on the go, iMovie for the iPhone and iPad is a useful tool, especially since it is free and is bundled with all iOS devices.


Someone Forgot To Turn Up The Brightness In This $10,000 MacBook Pro Repair

If you were to turn on your laptop and you noticed that the screen was black, but you could still hear the fans whirring, what problem would you assume it was experiencing? That’s the “problem” that photographer and developer Greg Benz was experiencing, and it took about $10,000 worth of repairs before it was embarrassingly discovered that Benz had simply forgotten to turn up the brightness of his laptop’s display.


Paid Version Of Mozilla’s Firefox Could Arrive This Fall

Ever since the beginning of the internet, for the most part, browsers used to surf the web have been mostly free. This is because some companies such as Apple and Microsoft already bundle browsers with their computers, so it doesn’t really make sense for third-party browsers to charge money for their use.


Not All Macs Will Support Using An iPad As A Secondary Display

As part of the macOS Catalina update, Apple announced a new feature called Sidecar which allows users with an iPad to turn it into a secondary display while using their Mac computer. There were rumors that Apple could be building in this functionality into macOS, and the good news was that it turned out to be true.