New leaks indicate that Apple will launch upgraded versions of the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro this October. Both devices are expected to use M2-based chipsets, presumably the M2 Pro and M2 Max. Apple should also announce a macOS Ventura release date during this event.
We first heard about Steam for Chrome OS in 2020, but here we are over two years later, and it’s still not quite ready. Google released the first Steam on ChromeOS alpha build earlier this year, but now it looks like an official beta could arrive, allowing more players access.
You use a VPN on your laptop because it’s easy. But setting up a VPN on the other devices in your home is too difficult, if not impossible. The new ExpressVPN Aircove router aims to solve this dilemma by providing a VPN for all connected devices with minimal setup.
Get ready for a new generation of Surface products. Microsoft just announced its Fall 2022 Event, where it will “talk about devices.” We expect the company to reveal the Surface Pro 9, which may finally come in both x86 and ARM configurations.
Prepare yourself for a repairable and upgradable Chromebook. As spotted by @LinkofHyrule89, Framework accidentally listed a Chromebook Edition laptop on its website. The listing, which went live at around 1 AM ET on September 21st, has since disappeared.
Despite rumors of a delay, NVIDIA just revealed the RTX 4090 and RTX 4080 desktop GPUs. Both run on the next-gen Ada Lovelace architecture and boast massive improvements over their predecessors. Additionally, NVIDIA revealed a new game modding tool and announced a free ray-tracing upgrade for Portal.
Rumors suggest that Apple will show off new iPads and Macs in October. And now, Logitech has apparently leaked two of the upcoming iPads—the 6th generation iPad Pro 12.9-inch, and the 4th generation iPad Pro 11-inch.
After soaring in popularity, Mullvad VPN is ready to dip into hardware security. Mullvad just launched a new company called Tillitis AB, which is currently showing off an all-new USB security key at the Open Source Firmware Conference.
The Parallels Desktop software lets you run Windows, Linux, or legacy macOS releases on your Mac computer. It’s an incredible tool that doesn’t require dual-booting an OS, and notably, it’s the only good way to run Windows apps on an Apple Silicon Mac.
A hacker appears to have breached Uber’s internal systems, gaining administrative access to its AWS, HackerOne, Google Workspace, Slack, vSphere, and financial accounts. The hacker, who claims to be 18 years old, tells The Washington Post that they may leak Uber’s source code “in a few months.”