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iPadOS to support external USB cameras

The upcoming iPadOS 17, set to be released later this year, will include support for the camera in Apple’s Studio Display and other external USB cameras. This feature will be available on all iPads with a USB-C port. Except for the latest “iPad,” all other iPads have a camera that appears off-center when the iPad […]

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Homeworld 3 delayed once again

I was really looking forward to playing a new Homeworld game and was excited to see what Blackbird Interactive would deliver with Homeworld 3. The initial plan was for the game to be released in the first half of 2023, but there has been concerning silence surrounding it. The reason for that is probably because […]

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Microsoft bids farewell to Cortana

Microsoft stated in a support document that it will be discontinuing support for Cortana in Windows, the smart assistant that has been used for various tasks within Microsoft’s operating system. Microsoft introduced Cortana for the now-defunct Windows Phone in 2014, initially positioning it as a competitor to Apple’s Siri assistant. Later, the voice-activated assistant also […]

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AirPods get smarter

Apple announced some updates to its headphones yesterday, mainly focusing on the AirPods Pro. One of the new features is called “Adaptive Audio,” which is coming to AirPods Pro. With adaptive sound, the audio for AirPods Pro’s active noise cancellation (ANC) will adjust based on the background noise. Apple states that this is “a new […]

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Apple introduces macOS Sonoma

During this year’s WWDC, Apple unveiled the next version of macOS, which will be called “Sonoma.” The biggest news in Sonoma is probably the arrival of widgets on macOS. These are interactive widgets that allow users to do more than just receive information. There is also the ability to share widgets from an iPhone to […]

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Mac Studio joins the M2 family

As expected, Apple unveiled the Mac Studio with the M2 family today at WWDC. Besides upgrading the HDMI port to be truly modern, the real news lies in the chips. But that means quite a lot, actually. M2 Pro, M2 Max, and M2 Ultra are the three chips coming to the machine. Naturally, they are […]

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HP Revives Classic Calculator HP-15C

HP seems to be trying to ride some kind of retro wave and is now releasing the HP-15C calculator in a “Collections Edition” that might be of interest to the nostalgically inclined. The HP-15C was released in 1982, back when the company was still called Hewlett-Packard. The calculator ceased to be sold in 1989, but […]

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Play Fallout: New Vegas

If you feel that Fallout: New Vegas – Ultimate Edition is something you might want in your game library, you can currently download it for free on the Epic Games Store. This version of the game includes the bonus add-ons Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, and Lonesome Road, so you’re getting a lot […]

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Logitech presents Pro X 2 Lightspeed

Today, Logitech G unveiled its new gaming headphones, the Pro X 2 Lightspeed. What’s particularly special about these headphones is that they have speaker elements made entirely of graphene. This helps reduce sound distortion, making it easier for gamers to distinguish different sounds in games. The sound simply enters the ear more directly, making it […]

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Trailer for The Blackening

Here is the trailer for the horror comedy film The Blackening, a movie that satirizes the old trope that black characters are always the first to die in horror movies. In The Blackening, all the characters are black, and the film revolves around them being trapped in a cabin in the woods while a killer […]

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Why Dyson’s weird headphones are bad

Marques has bought a pair of Dyson’s headphones, Dyson Zone, with built-in air purification, costing $1000. They sound okay but not great, they have good noise cancellation, and the transparency mode is fantastic. However, they are ridiculously heavy, so as headphones, they are not worth $1000. But what about their air purification function? Well, it […]

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NASA sets speed record in space communication

NASA has announced that their space communication system, TBIRD (TeraByte InfraRed Delivery), has once again set a speed record for data transmission from space to Earth. TBIRD is a laser-based communication system mounted on NASA’s PTD-3 satellite (Pathfinder Technology Demonstrator), which was launched into space last year. In December of last year, NASA announced that […]

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Carl Pei tests Apple’s AirPods Pro 2

Nothing founder Carl Pei continues his trend of directly addressing his users on YouTube. In his latest video, he takes a look at Apple’s latest offering, the AirPods Pro 2, which competes with Nothing’s own Ear (2). An interesting detail revealed just before the two-minute mark in the clip is that Nothing has a full […]

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Hasselblad appears to be on the verge of saying goodbye to DSLR cameras

Swedish camera manufacturer Hasselblad may be preparing to cease production of DSLR cameras, as reported by Engadget. While Hasselblad has not officially confirmed discontinuing DSLR cameras, retailer Capture Integration stated in their blog that they received notification of Hasselblad ending production of their DSLR series, the Hasselblad H. If the reports are accurate, Hasselblad would […]

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Google is developing a mouse that can be controlled with facial expressions

Google has unveiled a new gaming-oriented project that allows users to control a mouse solely through facial movements. They call it “Project Gameface,” and it was developed in collaboration with gamer Lance Carr, who suffers from muscular dystrophy, a group of diseases that weaken the body’s muscles. There have been head-controlled mice available previously, but […]

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Google opens up its music AI

Google has started inviting users to their music AI, Music LM, which allows you to create music by writing down the type of music you want to listen to. You can enter genres, as well as specify the instruments and any vocals you want to include in the songs created by Music LM. However, Google […]

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ClearSpace to clean up space debris

Swiss company ClearSpace has signed an agreement with Arianespace, which means that ClearSpace’s debris removal satellite, ClearSpace-1, can be sent into space within a few years. ClearSpace’s business idea is to develop spacecraft that will act as space garbage collectors and remove defunct satellites from Earth’s orbit. Now it seems that the launch of their […]

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Amazon launches Amazon Anywhere

Amazon has introduced a new way for developers who want to sell merchandise or other items through their apps and mobile games called “Amazon Anywhere”. With Amazon Anywhere, developers can include small Amazon stores directly in their apps where their users can then purchase items directly from Amazon. Game developer Niantic has already added an […]