Every time I look at Apple’s first M1 Macs, all I can think about is their conservative design. They just don’t look like revolutionary computers. That changes with Apple’s new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro devices, which sport a beautiful new design alongside their upgraded M1 Pro and M1 Max chips and improved port selection.
Apple just announced the M1 Pro and M1 Max, its most powerful chips to date. While last year’s M1 chip gracefully replaced mid-level Intel processors in products like the iMac and MacBook Air, the M1 Pro and M1 Max take things to a whole new level, surpassing the CPU and GPU performance of high-end Intel Macs while improving thermals and battery life.
Of all the weird and frustrating problems in Windows 11, this one might take the cake. Microsoft removed the “Add a Folder” option from Windows 11’s File History tool, meaning that you can only back up Documents, Photos, and other pre-made folders in Windows 11. That is, unless you pay for some OneDrive storage.
Google’s Chrome OS has several helpful accessibility features, including ‘Select-to-speak,’ a screen reader that lets you select specific text for the OS to read aloud. And while it’s a great feature, today, Google announced some updates that’ll make it even better for those with Dyslexia or learning disabilities.
Is this the straw that broke the camel’s back? As Microsoft’s Windows 11 release continues to fall short of fans’ expectations, a new scandal is sending the internet into a rabid fury. That’s right—Microsoft lied about its Windows 11 emoji, and now we’re knee-deep in Emojigate.
Is your desktop setup starting to show its age? Amazon is running a killer sale on monitors, Chromebooks, and Windows laptops, slashing prices by up to 39%. But these deals will only last for a day, so act fast before they disappear.
Alienware’s original Aurora desktop kicked off the liquid-cooling movement all the way back in 2004. And now, to celebrate the company’s 25th anniversary, Alienware is releasing a new Aurora desktop that pushes cooling systems even further.
Thieves used audio deepfake technology to clone a businessman’s voice and order a $35 million transfer to foreign accounts, according to a court document obtained by Forbes. It’s the most successful “deep voice” heist so far, though it may be just a small part of a growing trend.
Continuous scrolling is one of the hallmarks of modern app design. You can scroll forever on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to see an endless stream of content, all without pressing a “See More” or “Page 2” button. And now, the Google Search app supports continuous scrolling, allowing you to turn questions like “what can you do with pumpkins” into hours-long doomscrolling marathons.