Flashback: the post-post-PC era

When Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad in 2010, he declared that the Post-PC era is upon us. A few months later at the D8 conference, Jobs expanded on that, saying that PCs will stick around but in a much diminished capacity, saying that “they’re going to be used by like…

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Apple’s WWDC will take place from June 6 to June 10

Apple has just started sending invites for its upcoming WorldWide Developer Conference (widely known as WWDC). This is an annual event generally taking place in June, and while it is developer focused, it's interesting for consumers too, as it is where new iOS versions get unveiled. This year's WWDC will…

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Apple’s “Peek Performance” event hot take

Apple’s “Peek Performance” event went down this week and it was transformative to a few of Apple’s most important lineups - the iPhone, the Mac, and the iPad. So let’s look at the biggest stories from the event. iPhone SE (2022) fails to excite, but it's okay You can count…

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Apple releases iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 public beta

Earlier this week, Apple sent out iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 to supported mobile devices, and you know what that means, right? Time for a new beta - the development cycle never stops. The company released iOS 15.4 and iPadOS 15.4 for developers only yesterday, and today these builds are…

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Honor MagicBook View 14 review

Introduction Last September Honor debuted its MagicBook View 14 in China powered by Intel’s 11-gen Core chipsets, NVIDIA GeForce MX 450 GPU and running Windows 11 out of the box. The same laptop (minus the dedicated graphics card) came to Europe later in Q4 and we are finally ready to…

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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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