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MacOS Monterey release date and requirements

MacOS Monterey release date and requirements

Your Apple computer will soon get a significant update to the latest version of macOS, the company's desktop operating system. This latest version is macOS Monterey, and it'll be available for almost every Apple desktop computer all the way back to late 2013. You'll find the new MacBook Pro 14 and 16-inch machines running this software right out of the box next week.

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Apple Unleashed: Everything we can expect

Apple Unleashed: Everything we can expect

Slightly over a month after its September event, Apple is set for an “Unleashed” October event. This second product launch of the fall on October 18 is scheduled a day before Google’s much-anticipated Pixel event. Strategically timed or not, the Apple event is not going to have any competitive iPhones to show. The highlight of the “Unleashed” event will be the new MacBook Pros powered by an upgraded in-house processor.

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Apple Event October 18: What we’re expecting

Apple Event October 18: What we’re expecting

The Apple event scheduled for October 18 will likely feature three Mac products and one AirPods. The devices that'll likely be shown are AirPods 3, a new MacBook Pro 14, a new MacBook Pro 16, and a new Mac Mini Pro. Each of the macOS devices is rumored to be coming with the next generation in Apple processing power, the M1X chip.

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Razer Book and Razer Blade 15 lead the Windows 11 charge with your laptop

Razer Book and Razer Blade 15 lead the Windows 11 charge with your laptop

Razer revealed that they'd be pre-loading Windows 11 to two laptop computers starting today. The "new Razer Book" and Razer Blade 15 will be available from Razer online with Windows 11 pre-loaded from this point forward. The newest editions of the Razer Book and Razer Blade 15 will be available for purchase from the Razer store online starting this afternoon.

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Intel PC vs. Mac ad is an unapologetic social experiment

Intel PC vs. Mac ad is an unapologetic social experiment

The war between PCs and Macs has been running for almost ages, and all throughout the battles, Intel has remained mostly silent because it served both camps. With Apple's new Silicon, however, Intel has been forced to finally pick sides and take up the cause on behalf of Windows PCs. Its latest effort to draw the line involves what it clearly labels as a social experiment implying that Apple fans don't really know what they're missing until reality hits them in the face.

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Surface Go 3 specs leak confirm the most important upgrade

Surface Go 3 specs leak confirm the most important upgrade

Microsoft's big Surface event is almost upon us, and products like the Surface Book and Surface Duo successors are taking up the majority of people's attention. There are, of course, other members of the Surface family, like the Surface Pro 8 that is admittedly shaping up to be a significant upgrade. The next Surface Go, on the other hand, might still disappoint compared to its predecessor, though there is at least one spec that could make it worthwhile for those looking to upgrade.

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HP ENVY 34 all-in-one serves up a massive display for Windows 11

HP ENVY 34 all-in-one serves up a massive display for Windows 11

With Windows 11 on the horizon, it's no surprise that we're seeing a bunch of manufacturers announce upcoming machines that will support the operating system. Ahead of Microsoft's Windows 11 event tomorrow - in which it will also talk about upcoming Surface devices - HP has revealed some new Windows 11 devices of its own, including a new ENVY all-in-one that will boast a 34-inch display.

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Windows 11 Android apps support is coming much later

Windows 11 Android apps support is coming much later

The launch date of Windows' next big version has already been announced. While it's not as big an upgrade as Windows 10, Microsoft's Surface changes (pun intended) are enough to pique people's curiosities. Of course, there are underlying changes as well, but at least one major advertised feature of Windows 11 won't be available at launch time. Microsoft is pushing back the ability to run Android apps directly on Windows 11 PCs, with the final feature release slate probably sometime in mid-2022.

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Windows 11 new system requirements has a loophole for unsupported PCs

Windows 11 new system requirements has a loophole for unsupported PCs

Despite the somewhat controversial UI changes, interest in Windows 11 has mostly been positive. Unfortunately, Microsoft botched that early on with its rather confusing set of minimum system requirements as well as an equally confusing PC Health Check app. Since then, the company has been working to clarify the baseline for PCs that are eligible for a Windows 11 update. It is now more or less setting its foot down on computers with older processors, but a "loophole" will give ineligible users a chance to run Windows 11 at their own risk.

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Windows 11 CPU specs tweaked, with new minimum explanation

Windows 11 CPU specs tweaked, with new minimum explanation

The latest version of PC Health Check changes the minimum system requirements for Windows 11. For some users, this will be good news. Microsoft expanded the number of processors that they've tested and confirmed will fit the basic requirements of an approved Windows 11 device. Technically you'll be able to install Windows 11 on an older device, but Microsoft isn't going to be there to fix what doesn't work if said device doesn't meet Microsoft's basic requirements.

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Intel RealSense camera business is winding down

Intel RealSense camera business is winding down

Once upon a time, Intel was so big and so successful that it could afford to venture into areas and businesses that were only remotely related to its core silicon business. That included, for a time, wearables as well as computer vision hardware like cameras and LiDARs. Intel is still big, but its dominance is continually challenged on almost all fronts. Refocusing on its strengths, Intel has chosen to also refocus its resources away from failing businesses, like its years-old RealSense division that produced rather interesting products and demos around computer vision.

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Intel Arc dedicated graphics face off with NVIDIA and AMD next year

Intel Arc dedicated graphics face off with NVIDIA and AMD next year

We already knew that Intel was planning to start offering its own line of discrete graphics cards at some point in the future, and today, the company brought us one step closer to a full reveal. Today, Intel announced the brand that it will release this graphics hardware under Intel Arc and told us when we can expect to see the first Arc hardware launch.

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