Microsoft announces Windows 11 with updated UI and Android app support

Microsoft today officially announced Windows 11, the next major version of the company's perennial desktop operating system. The new version brings with it several improvements, including a redesigned UI, updated window management features, and even support for Android applications. Right off the bat, the first thing you'd notice is the…

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iOS 15 overhauls Facetime and Maps, brings little else

Apple held its annual WWDC announcement where it announces the new versions of its software platforms and it kicked things off with iOS 15. With a rise in videochat usage, Apple has spent the most time beefing up FaceTime by improving the experience and adding new features. Spatial audio is…

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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference starts June 7

Apple today announced that its Worldwide Developers Conference will start June 7. The event will conclude three days later on June 10. As with last year, the conference will be entirely online. As usual, the first day is the busiest, as that's when the company also holds its keynote, where…

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Hot Take: Apple Spring Loaded event

Apple's Spring Loaded event brought forth a cornucopia of announcements. This is easily the most action-packed event we have had from Apple in the Spring and certainly beats last year's announcements. There was a new iMac, two new iPad Pros, an updated Apple TV, AirTags, and even a new color…

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Understanding HDR10 and Dolby Vision

One of the most popular buzzwords today in the world of technology is HDR. Everywhere you go, you see televisions, video streaming services, game consoles, and even smartphones advertising that they are HDR compatible. Introduced back in 2015, HDR was meant to go beyond the unimaginative resolution bumps that characterized…

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