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Vainglory mobile MOBA is coming to PC with cross-platform play

Vainglory mobile MOBA is coming to PC with cross-platform play

It is often that case that gamers celebrate the port of a PC or console game to mobile. It is a rare case, however, when mobile games get ported to PCs instead. Of course, it has happened before and it might continue happening, given the popularity of mobile gaming, particular eSports. The developers known as Super Evil Megacorp is taking advantage of all that hype and announcing the arrival of its hit MOBA title Vainglory to PCs, allowing gamers to play with keyboard and mouse what may be best played with thumbs.

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Apple releases software fix for MacBook Pro thermal woes

Apple releases software fix for MacBook Pro thermal woes

Apple has admitted it made a mistake with the new MacBook Pro, and will push out an update today that addresses the controversial thermal throttling of its latest laptops. The new Core i7 and Core i9 MacBook Pro 15-inch options arrived to a warm reception when Apple announced them earlier this month, but that warmth turned out to be the excessive heat from the new processors.

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Stardew Valley multiplayer just got a PC release date

Stardew Valley multiplayer just got a PC release date

Since the moment Stardew Valley launched back in 2016, multiplayer has been one of the most anticipated additions to the games. After a period of beta testing, it's nearly ready to roll out on PC, Mac, and Linux. While it probably isn't going to look a lot different from the beta that's currently available, this is exciting news for more reasons than one.

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Why Apple may be the victim in 2018 MacBook Pro throttling

Why Apple may be the victim in 2018 MacBook Pro throttling

Apple's most potent MacBook Pro may have a cooling problem, but blame for the toasty Core i9's throttling may not lie entirely at the Cupertino firm's door. The 2018 MacBook Pro offers a six-core Core i9 processor for the first time, one of Intel's fastest CPUs, and instantly became an object of lust for those wanting workstation performance from a portable machine.

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New MacBook Pro quietly fixes debris key saga tips leaked Apple doc

New MacBook Pro quietly fixes debris key saga tips leaked Apple doc

A leaked Apple service document has quietly conceded that the redesigned 2018 MacBook Pro keyboard is, indeed, intended to avoid the ongoing "sticky key" controversy, not just reduce noise. The third-generation 'board was billed by Apple as a fix for just how much sound its homegrown key mechanism produces when typed on.

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Apple MacBook Pro 2018: Everything you need to know

Apple MacBook Pro 2018: Everything you need to know

Apple's new 2018 MacBook Pro range is here, and if you've been holding off a Mac upgrade because you wanted more performance, these could well be the notebooks for you. Intel's latest silicon, display technology borrowed from the iPhone X and iPad Pro, and a blast of extra security all help make these the most powerful Apple laptops ever. Read on for what you need to know.

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MacBook Pro 2018: New CPUs, True Tone, quieter keyboard

MacBook Pro 2018: New CPUs, True Tone, quieter keyboard

Apple has updated the MacBook Pro, adding new processors, support for more memory, a True Tone display, and making some changes to the controversial keyboard. The company says that altogether it's enough for a huge increase in performance: up to 70-percent faster, in fact, on the updated 15-inch MacBook Pro.

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Everything Apple’s releasing this Fall, predicted by Kuo

Everything Apple’s releasing this Fall, predicted by Kuo

In addition to an iPhone event later this year, Apple's got a collection of other devices probably coming to an event in coming months. This afternoon an investors note was released by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International Securities predicting all the bits and pieces Apple will probably reveal. This new set of devices includes upgrades for some devices, reboots for others, and a couple brand new devices to boot.

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Ten new iPads and Macs spotted in rumor-fueling filings

Ten new iPads and Macs spotted in rumor-fueling filings

Ten new Apple products have shown up in a a European certification database, fueling rumors of new iPad and Mac models this year. The Cupertino firm is widely expected to refresh both its tablet and notebook ranges in significant ways for 2018, including adding Face ID support to the iPad along with new Intel processors in the MacBook.

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macOS Mojave public beta released: Here’s what you get

macOS Mojave public beta released: Here’s what you get

Apple has released the first macOS Mojave public beta, an early taste of its next big software release for Mac. The new OS brings with it tentative support for iOS software, with Apple porting four of its mobile apps over to run on macOS as a precursor to further narrowing the gap between desktop and mobile.

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GarageBand 10.3 adds 1,000 loops, 400 sound effects, and much more

GarageBand 10.3 adds 1,000 loops, 400 sound effects, and much more

Apple has released an update for GarageBand, its audio recording and editing application. The software is popular amongst both amateur musicians and podcasters, and will no doubt hold its appeal as Apple has made it even better: there are 1,000 new loops, among other things. This update brings the software to version 10.3.

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These new Mac ads are Apple’s reminder it hasn’t forgotten

These new Mac ads are Apple’s reminder it hasn’t forgotten

Apple wants you to know that it's still gung-ho about the Mac, releasing a quartet of new "Behind the Mac" ads that show how people - some famous, some not - rely on their laptops. The commercials come as Apple's strategy with its macOS machines faces renewed attention.

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