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Apple’s current Mac Pro was introduced in 2019, but since then Apple has transitioned every other Mac to its own chip architecture, starting with the M1 in 2020 followed by the M1 Pro, M1 Max, … more
At a glanceExpert's Rating Pros Fantastic audio quality Excellent noise cancelling Best-in-class transparency mode New charging case features Better battery life Cons You … more
In 2020 Apple began using its own desktop processors in its Macs, starting with the arrival of the M1 processor in the MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini, and 24-inch iMac. We’ve since … more
Many students will spend just a minute or two looking at search results before declaring, "Google has nothing on this." If you have ever had a student say that to you, you know that they think of … more
Security intelligence firm LogRhythm Inc. today announced the launch of LogRhythm Axon, a new cloud-native security operations platform built from the ground up. Axon is pitched as a force … more
The Allen Institute’s release includes recordings from a whopping 300,000 mouse neurons. Now the challenge is figuring out what to do with all that data. more
Wood and biosolids from water treatment plants can be used to improve the soil—and keep remaining trees healthy. more
Constantly posting content on social media can erode your privacy—and sense of self. more
We tried the new hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions of Kia's most popular car and found the brand is still very much on a roll. more
Not all information about mental health on TikTok, Instagram and YouTube is helpful and true. Here are six questions to ask as you scroll. more
The iPhone 14 series brought a significant change to the Face ID notch. The Pro models feature a different shape for the top bezel and added software features to it. Dynamic Island is the … more
Of all of Apple’s major product lines, it seems like none has been the subject of such intense debate and scrutiny over the last decade as the iPad. Can one do “real work” on it? Is it a … more
Launched only 12 months ago, NoFrixion will use the investment to grow its engineering and sales teams. Read more: Dublin fintech NoFrixion raises €3.6m to grow its payments business more
Justin Cahill runs a great blog called Keeping Kids in Motion. One of the regular features of his blog is a monthly thematic challenge. Those challenges are accompanied by printable calendars and … more
If your organization uses Office, chances are you’ve encountered Microsoft Teams, at least for video meetings. But it’s capable of a lot more, providing an effective way for groups of people to … more
In order to create effective machine learning and deep learning models, you need copious amounts of data, a way to clean the data and perform feature engineering on it, and a way to train models on … more
Move over, Node.js and Deno. A potential competitor is emerging in the JavaScript/TypeScript runtime space, called Bun. Now in a beta stage of development, Bun is billed as a modern JavaScript … more
Agile development teams must ensure that microservices, applications, and databases are observable, have monitoring in place to identify operational issues, and use AIops to correlate alerts into … more
Mozilla recently released a 60-page report calling on regulators to take action to give consumers a “meaningful opportunity to try alternative browsers.” Alas, the problem for Mozilla isn’t … more
The $1,200 Pro-Ject Debut PRO S Turntable offers a more hands-on approach to playback and cartridge swapping. more
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