New Apple Leak Reveals iPhone 14 Speed ​​Shock

06/21 Update below. This post was originally published on June 18 For the first time in iPhone history, Apple is expected to give its new iPhones different chipset generations. Expectations were that the differences between them would be small, but a new leak may have blown those assumptions away. In a shock to the system, … Read more

Samsung Electronics Extends 2022 ViewFinity Lineup To Empower Creative Professionals To Achieve More – Samsung Global Newsroom

Samsung sets a new benchmark for high resolution monitors with World’s First UL verified Glare Free ‘Matte Display’ Samsung Electronics today announced the global launch of ViewFinity S8 (Model Name: S80PB), a high resolution monitor specialized for creative professionals including content creators, graphic designers and more. ViewFinity, a portmanteau of “View” and “Infinity” is the … Read more

AMD Radeon & NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Card Prices Are Back To Normal & Below MSRP In Some Regions As GPU Mining Days End

Well, it has finally happened, AMD’s Radeon & NVIDIA GeForce graphics card prices are back to normal and are even selling below MSRP in some regions thanks to improved availability and continued decrease in GPU demand from the crypto mining segment. It’s Not Happening, It Has Happened! AMD Radeon & NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Card Prices … Read more

Satechi iMac Slim Dock – 9to5Toys

Satechi recently launched its latest Mac accessory, aiming to fix the most inconvenient feature of Apple’s latest M1 iMac. Packed into an aluminum design that rests on the stand of the desktop machine, the new Satechi iMac Slim Dock brings ports to the front alongside an M.2 NVMe enclosure and more. But is it worth … Read more

Apple Said to Be Evaluating iPhone 14 OLED Displays This Week Ahead of Mass Production

Apple is evaluating OLED displays for the iPhone 14 this week ahead of mass production, The Elec reports. The OLED display panels in question are reportedly destined for the standard, 6.1-inch ‌iPhone 14‌ model, with mass production due to begin between July and August. The displays are from Chinese display panel maker BOE, which was … Read more

The Ghost of Internet Explorer Will Haunt the Web for Years

After years of decline and a final wind-down over the past 13 months, on Wednesday Microsoft confirmed the retirement of Internet Explorer, the company’s long-lived and increasingly notorious web browser. Launched in 1995, IE came preinstalled on Windows computers for almost two decades, and like Windows XP, Internet Explorer became a mainstay—to the point that … Read more

AI: The Somnium Files—Nirvana Initiative: Good mystery, embarrassing baggage

AI: The Somnium Files—Nirvana Initiativeimage: Spike Chunsoft There’s a good mystery at the heart of Spike Chunsoft’s new (and awkwardly titled) visual novel AI: The Somnium Files—Nirvana Initiative, as there is at the core of most of writer Kotaro Uchikoshi’s games. The author of titles like the well-received escape room/visual novel hybrids 9 Hours, Nine … Read more