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Revolutionary iMac redesign plus Mac Pro mini & new Apple display details leak

Revolutionary iMac redesign plus Mac Pro mini & new Apple display details leak

Apple's Mac reinvention looks set to crank into high-gear in 2021, with new reports suggesting a huge change to the iMac is imminent along with Mac Pro and display news. The Cupertino company promised in mid-2020 that, over the course of two years, it would completely transition its Mac computer line-up to use its own Apple Silicon chipsets, shifting away from Intel processors.

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Windows 10 bug corrupts with simple command

Windows 10 bug corrupts with simple command

There's a Windows 10 bug out there in the wild today that can corrupt your computer with the greatest of ease. With a issue has to do with directing Windows 10 to open a file - or extracting a ZIP file, or opening an HTML file - and the list goes on. At the moment, this vulnerability remains live and in-effect for the masses. Microsoft is aware of the issue and is apparently working on a fix right this minute.

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Huge MacBook Pro redesign rumored: Hello MagSafe and ports, goodbye Touch Bar

Huge MacBook Pro redesign rumored: Hello MagSafe and ports, goodbye Touch Bar

Following the return of flat edges and the introduction of MagSafe in 2020's iPhones, it looks like the MacBook is next on the docket to receive some big changes. Notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back with a slate of predictions about the MacBooks he expects Apple to release this year, and some of the changes are huge. For starters, Kuo expects Apple to drop the Touch Bar and return to physical function keys with the next MacBook models, which would be newsworthy even if it were the only prediction Kuo made today in a note to investors.

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Galaxy Book Flex2 5G is the Galaxy Book Flex 5G, now available in the UK

Galaxy Book Flex2 5G is the Galaxy Book Flex 5G, now available in the UK

Samsung doesn't always have the best naming conventions, especially when it suddenly skips a number for no apparent reason. At the virtual IFA 2020 event last year, it announced its Galaxy Book Flex 5G, boasting of a few firsts for any Samsung laptop. That was followed by silence, at least until now. On the heels of its Galaxy S21 event, Samsung is finally making that 2-in-1 convertible available, at least in the UK and under a bumped up Galaxy Book Flex2 5G name.

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Samsung under-display camera teased – but it’s not for phones

Samsung under-display camera teased – but it’s not for phones

Ahead of its Unpacked event today, where the company is widely expected to reveal the new Galaxy S21 lineup, Samsung has been spotted teasing something of a completely different nature. While today should be most (if not wholly) about mobile hardware, Samsung Display is teasing OLED notebooks with a webcam under the display. This, as you can imagine, will come with a lot of benefits - assuming, of course, that Samsung can actually make it work well enough to warrant putting the webcam behind the display in the first place.

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Windows 10X, Windows 10 Sun Valley Start Menus couldn’t be more different

Windows 10X, Windows 10 Sun Valley Start Menus couldn’t be more different

By the end of the year, there might be two versions of Windows being installed on PCs. One is the much-delayed Windows 10X which will drop by single-screen computers first before exploring dual-screen contraptions if it ever lasts that long. Microsoft, however, won't be exactly be dropping the traditional Windows 10 and might be giving it a substantial visual refresh. Needless to say, neither might resemble the Windows 10 you know today right from the start, literally.

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Evernote Home adds a dashboard to get with the times

Evernote Home adds a dashboard to get with the times

Evernote was once the darling of digital productivity, allowing people to stash anything from long-lasting notes to spur of the moment ideas without having to worry about losing them. While the service still functions well as a sort of digital filing cabinet, people have moved on to more advanced apps and systems, many of which employ pretty and dynamic dashboards. As part of its steps towards recovery, Evernote is finally jumping on that bandwagon but Home might still not be the digital home you imagined it would be.

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ASUS Chromebox goes fanless for CES 2021

ASUS Chromebox goes fanless for CES 2021

ASUS has made a bunch of announcements at CES 2021, but one of the most interesting is the latest iteration of its Chromebox. ASUS has been making Chrome OS boxes for a long time now, but this one stands out from its predecessors because of its fanless design. In fact, that design informs the name of the product, which is simply Fanless Chromebox. It's safe to say that ASUS probably isn't winning any awards for the creativity of its naming conventions.

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MSI’s 2021 laptop lineup is packed with RTX 30-series GPUs

MSI’s 2021 laptop lineup is packed with RTX 30-series GPUs

As with a number of other laptop manufacturers, MSI took the stage at CES 2021 today to announce a new lineup of gaming laptops for the year ahead. Like many of the other laptops we heard about yesterday, a number of these new laptops are sporting mobile versions of NVIDIA's new RTX 30-series GPUs. Some of MSI's flagship gaming laptops are getting refreshed for 2021, so let's dive in and see what's new.

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Gigabyte new AORUS, AERO laptops flaunt GeForce RTX 30 graphics

Gigabyte new AORUS, AERO laptops flaunt GeForce RTX 30 graphics

CES is always a time to reveal new products and even the COVID-19 pandemic isn't powerful enough to stop that. It has been a big day for computing, especially laptops, at today's virtual version of the annual event and an even bigger day for NVIDIA. The graphics tech giant just announced laptop versions of its GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs and, unsurprisingly, that came with a flood of new laptops bearing them. Not to be left behind, computer hardware manufacturer Gigabyte has revealed new models across its AORUS and AERO lines, all of them with a bent towards gaming and multimedia creation.

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Alienware m15 and m17 R4 laptops arrive alongside Aurora Ryzen Edition R10

Alienware m15 and m17 R4 laptops arrive alongside Aurora Ryzen Edition R10

Alienware has introduced two new gaming laptops, the m15 R4 and m17 R4. These models boast a slim design (for gaming laptops, at least), as well as an optional 360Hz Full HD display, the latest hardware, and sleek new color designs. The models are joined by the Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 gaming desktop with Ryzen 5000 Series processors.

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ASUS ROG Strix G15/17 and SCAR gaming laptops offer up to 360Hz gameplay

ASUS ROG Strix G15/17 and SCAR gaming laptops offer up to 360Hz gameplay

Amid its newly announced laptop offerings is ASUS's new ROG Strix G15/G17 and Strix SCAR 15/17 gaming machines. Most notable of the bunch is the Strix SCAR 17, which boasts 'the world's fastest laptop display' with a 3ms response time and 360Hz refresh rate. Joining the high-end hardware are slim, sleek, and colorful designs.

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