The MacBook Pro has gained a renewed lease on life since Apple outfitted it with the superb M1 chip in 2020. It seems to have an exciting future ahead of it, and with plenty of interesting rumors doing the rounds, there is a lot of debate as to what the next version of Apple’s Pro laptops might contain.
There has been a recent flurry of information, with respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and prominent reporter Mark Gurman both shedding light on an all-new 14-inch version, as well as sharing updates to the current MacBook Pro 16.
Razer has officially announced its acquisition of Interhaptics, a. k.a. Go Touch VR SAS, a company well known for its Read more
Your home is your sanctuary—a place where you and your family can relax and feel safe. It’s important to take Read more
Lead generation is crucial for the success of any business. It is important for building a strong customer base and Read more
This summer, 45% of Americans are planning to take to the roads during their vacation. Choosing a road trip over domestic Read more
With portable systems being the preference for most users, they look for photo editing software that can make their job Read more
Zero Motorcycles — the world’s leading electric motorcycle maker — made a few big announcements yesterday, including a breakthrough new Read more
Apple changed the portable music player world in 2001 with the launch of the original iPod. It wasn’t the first Read more
I’ve been traveling this past week, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max has been my trusty sidekick. Whether it’s boarding Read more
One thing we felt was sorely missing from the Galaxy Watch 4 was the physical, rotating bezel that made navigating Read more
For quite some time, Samsung’s smartwatches were defined by a unique physical control that some regarded as more useful than Read more
REDMAGIC, the sub-brand of ZTE has launched yet another gaming smartphone in China. The new model called REDMAGIC 6S Pro Read more
The Red Magic 6S Pro has arrived with a new chipset, improved cooling and faster touch controls. There’s no vanilla Read more