iPad Pro 2022 tipped to get a hidden feature in its Apple logo

iPad Pro 2022 tipped to get a hidden feature in its Apple logo

The iPad Pro tablets are comfortably the most powerful of their kind on the market at the moment packing a vaunted Apple M1 SoC and up to 16GB of RAM. While they are feature packed, and priced accordingly, Apple is always looking for ways to improve on them to help keep them at the top of people's shopping lists. One of the hot next-generation iPad Pro rumors coming out of 2021 for the next iPad Pro upgrade was that it would receive MagSafe charging support. Currently, all iPad models sold by Apple charge over either a wired Lightning or USB-C cable – the iPad mini, Air and Pro models have all been upgraded to support the newer standard.

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2022 Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition brings a serious upgrade

2022 Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition brings a serious upgrade

The 2022 Porsche Cayenne is getting the Platinum Edition package introduced last year in the Panamera sedan. The newest Platinum Edition trim is available for the Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne E-Hybrid, and specific variants of the Cayenne Coupe.

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Microsoft acquires Activision Blizzard in eye-watering $70b deal

Microsoft acquires Activision Blizzard in eye-watering $70b deal

Those of us who thought Microsoft was done with big money gaming purchases after its $7.5 billion acquisition of ZeniMax Media last year were sorely mistaken, it seems. Today, Microsoft announced its intention to buy Activision Blizzard for a staggering $68.7 billion. With this acquisition, a lot of popular game franchises will come under the ownership of Microsoft, including Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and even Candy Crush.

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Safari bug threatens identity theft to all Mac, iPhone, iPad users

Safari bug threatens identity theft to all Mac, iPhone, iPad users

For years, Apple has been heralding privacy as the central theme for its products. Safari, Apple default web browser, comes with a range of privacy features to prevent websites from capturing data related to users' browsing habits and creating personas that can be used serve them ads on other websites and platforms including — but not limited to — Google and Facebook. With Safari 15 that was launched ahead of macOS 12 Monterey and iOS 15, Apple strengthened these privacy features including its Intelligent Tracking Prevention to hide users' IP addresses and email addresses from websites.

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Subaru unveils two new electric STI concept cars at Tokyo Auto Salon

Subaru unveils two new electric STI concept cars at Tokyo Auto Salon

Japanese automaker Subaru is harking back to its rallying pedigree by introducing two new STI (Subaru Tecnica International) electric concept cars at the 2022 Tokyo Auto Salon. But instead of affixing its sights at worldwide rally stages, Subaru is dead set in achieving a Nürburgring lap record.

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Apple CarPlay on a Tesla made possible with this hack

Apple CarPlay on a Tesla made possible with this hack

Tesla might be most controversial for its misunderstood and misused self-driving features, but for a certain number of car owners, its biggest is simpler. Tesla still refuses to play ball with Apple and add support for CarPlay or even Apple Music, no matter how loud its customers clamor for it. It doesn't seem that things will be changing soon, so a developer tried to take matters into his own hands with relative success.

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Here’s how often you should defrag your computer

Here’s how often you should defrag your computer

Defragging a hard drive was once so common it was almost a rite of passage for computer users. Many different disk utility and maintenance programs offered defragmentation routines as part of their suite of utilities. As operating systems (OS) have continued to evolve, and filesystems have improved, many users wonder if defragging is still necessary.

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What’s The Difference Between A VPN And A Proxy

What’s The Difference Between A VPN And A Proxy

Online privacy is gaining more attention than ever before, with users turning to a variety of tools and services to protect themselves online (via Security Magazine). Edward Snowden shocked the world in 2013, The Guardian notes, when he disclosed the extent of governments' mass surveillance programs, many of which were used on their own citizens. Consumers have become warier of Big Tech and, in particular, how Big Tech profits off of its users' data.

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The Real Reason America Banned Huawei Phones

The Real Reason America Banned Huawei Phones

Huawei's revenue took a 29% hit in 2021 (via The Wall Street Journal), with the company blaming U.S. sanctions for its woes. Once the world's number one smartphone maker, the company has been reeling as a result of bans from the US and its allies. As recently as July 2020, Huawei was the top smartphone maker in the world, according to CNBC. Even then, however, most analysts knew it could not sustain that position, as sanctions were already taking their toll.

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10 features we want to see in Nintendo Switch 2

10 features we want to see in Nintendo Switch 2

Nearly five years on, it's safe to say the Nintendo Switch is a success. According to Nintendo sales data, the Switch has come dangerously close to selling 100 million units worldwide, with almost 700 million software units sold to boot. Not only will the Switch soon take its place in the 100-million-sellers club -- a club few home consoles have joined -- but it has the potential to become one of the best-selling game platforms of all time. 

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The Deadliest Car Recalls in History

The Deadliest Car Recalls in History

The innovations and advances in technology driving the institutions of the automotive industry over the last century have been truly remarkable. The pursuit of faster and more efficient cars has pushed engineers to test the limits of materials, designs, and physics itself, as outlined by Jardine Motors Group. But with the ability to move faster comes the dangers of serious injury from wrecks.

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FedEx cargo jets may soon be equipped with lasers to take out missiles

FedEx cargo jets may soon be equipped with lasers to take out missiles

Assuming the company gets permission from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), some future FedEx cargo planes may be equipped with anti-missile laser systems designed to help protect them from man-portable air defense systems (MANPADS). The laser systems, should they be used, would work to disrupt a missile's ability to target these cargo jets.

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