Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon is a small, lightweight enterprise notebook with all the bells and whistles you'd expect. This year's Gen 10 model has Intel 12th-generation Core (Alder Lake) CPUs and an improved webcam. The X1 Carbon has a carbon fibre and magnesium alloy body and black matte paint, like a ThinkPad. With a 14-inch display, it measures 0.6 by 12.4 by 8.8 inches … [Read more...] about ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen 10 (2022)
Apple has fixed the Studio Display's sound difficulties. Since March, the Studio Display's audio has been distorted, played too quickly, or cut out completely. Apple acknowledged the problem in a note to approved service providers a few days ago, saying it's a software issue, not hardware. The release notes say a firmware upgrade "resolves an audio issue with Studio … [Read more...] about Apple Studio, Firmware update fixes audio issues
Amazon will buy consumer robot maker iRobot. iRobot is known for its Roomba robot vacuums and Braava robot mops. Sells air purifiers; portable vacuums; and educational robots to teach students to code. Amazon is paying $1.7 billion ($61 per share) to acquire iRobot; but shareholders and authorities must approve the deal. "I can't think of a better place for our team to … [Read more...] about Amazon Buys iRobot For $1.7 Billion
Helium, a crypto-fueled shared wireless network that pays consumers to operate hotspots, overstated its partnerships. PCMag can confirm that none of the equipment offered as "Helium 5G" involves the mainstream concept of 5G. The "Helium 5G" network is a 4G LTE CBRS network, which has substantial advantages over 5G but no "5G" label for marketing. It's called 5G because … [Read more...] about Helium ‘5G Network’: Hot Air?
Intel's new Arc graphics cards will run older PC games mediocrely. Intel revealed Thursday that Arc GPUs won't provide high frame rates for some PC games created with Microsoft's DirectX11 and DirectX9 APIs. Intel Graphics Fellow Tom Petersen said in a video posted Thursday that some DX11 titles would play well but others won't. The older DirectX11 API relies on Microsoft … [Read more...] about Intel Warns Arc GPUs May Slow Down Older Games.
Microsoft is previewing a family xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Colombian and Irish Xbox Insiders may add up to four persons per Game Pass Ultimate membership. Despite being a shared account; each member may access material and play separate games. Game Pass Ultimate can only be shared with persons in the same nation; at least for the preview. Multiple homes might … [Read more...] about Microsoft Tests Ultimate Family Xbox Game Pass
Google Meet is integrating and Duo into a "single video communications service." Duo now has video calling and meetings. The app's name and icon will change to "Google Meet," later this year, incorporating a Google-colored camera. "We have been doing this carefully, first adding Google Meet features to the Duo app; and now rebranding Duo to Meet," a company spokesman … [Read more...] about Google Meet Now Has 2 Apps
Samsung unveiled the 5G Galaxy A23 on Friday (5th), after multiple leaks. The variation provides slight modifications to the 4G model in addition to 5G compatibility. According to GSMArena, the Snapdragon 695 replaces the Snapdragon 680. Qualcomm's processor may include 4GB, 6GB, or 8GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of internal storage, expandable to 1TB with a microSD … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy A23 5G Features Snapdragon 695, Huge Battery
I've explained NFTs in another post. With a good concept and a computer or smartphone, anybody can make blockchain-registered art. If this piece is popular, the inventor might make millions. Some NFTs utilise copyright-protected graphics and photos without authorization. This is unlawful. More From Us:The Tor Browser Now Has The Ability To Circumvent Internet … [Read more...] about What makes an NFT?
Ransomware is a global issue. This cyber assault has grown significantly in recent years, confiscating data in return for ransoms. According to a recent analysis, cyber criminal gangs working like entrepreneurs have propelled ransomware's ascent. All this via an unbelievable business model incorporating various players, marketing methods, and customer service to achieve the … [Read more...] about Ransomware Gangs Are Cyberattack Corporations.