Did Apple just confirm the new 16-inch MacBook Pro?

Could Apple have just leaked its own 16-inch MacBook Pro, within the latest macOS Catalina Beta? That’s the question occupying Mac fans contemplating a new laptop purchase today, and who have been wondering whether holding out for the long-rumored flagship MacBook Pro could be a good idea amid ongoing frustrations with Apple’s current Butterfly keyboard. Certainly, chatter of a MacBook … Continue reading

Call of Duty Modern Warfare update: No more loot boxes

Activision just changed the game – or at least attempted to appear to be thinking about changing the game as such. They’ve suggested in an article today that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not use loot boxes. “We are introducing a new Battle Pass system, not a loot box system,” said an Activision representative. They’ve been a bit tricky … Continue reading

Luna Display turns on Mac-to-Mac Mode after Apple sherlocks with Sidecar

In the app world it’s known as “sherlocking”: when a big company like Apple tugs the carpet out from under a developer’s feet, by integrating a feature into iOS or macOS that they’d been selling as standalone software. That happened to Luna Display with the arrival of macOS Catalina and the Sidecar feature that turns a nearby iPad into a … Continue reading

Luna Display turns on Mac-to-Mac Mode after Apple sherlocks with Sidecar

In the app world it’s known as “sherlocking”: when a big company like Apple tugs the carpet out from under a developer’s feet, by integrating a feature into iOS or macOS that they’d been selling as standalone software. That happened to Luna Display with the arrival of macOS Catalina and the Sidecar feature that turns a nearby iPad into a … Continue reading

Bandai makes STEM fun with Algoroid, Zeonic programmable robots

With a heavy focus on technology these days, kids that get exposed to related subjects at an early age get a distinct advantage over their peers. In the Society 5.0 future that Japan envisions, such subjects may, in fact, become a necessity. Educators, schools, and companies have long been pushing the STEM (now STEAM) category to acclimate kids better to … Continue reading

Microsoft bets on Windows 10 IoT, Intelligent Edge for a Society 5.0 future

CEATEC 2019 is underway in Japan and more than just the usual tech trade show, the event has an underlying theme that promotes a rather idyllic and ambitious vision of the future. That is what Japan’s Society 5.0 is trying to push, a society that harmonizes cyberspace and real space for the enrichment not just of individuals but of the … Continue reading

Razer Blade 15 Advanced debuts world’s first optical laptop keyboard

You may have already heard of optical mice, which have been around for decades. You may have even heard of optical keyboards, which have also been around for quite a while, at least on desktops. Razer, however, claims to have one-upped its rivals and, by extension, allows its users to gain an “unfair” advantage over their competition. It has just … Continue reading