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All-new MacBook Pro 2021, MacBook Air 2022 will allegedly use Mini-LED

All-new MacBook Pro 2021, MacBook Air 2022 will allegedly use Mini-LED

It's hard to deny that Apple hit it big with its new Macs powered by its first-ever Silicon, the M1. That, however, may just be the opening salvo for a series of big changes that the company will be introducing in its MacBook lineup as well as its iPad Pros. According to famed analyst Ming-chi Kuo, Apple will once again revolutionize its MacBooks in the next two years, with no less than three models sporting new mini-LED backlit displays.

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ecobee SmartCamera adds iCloud storage via HomeKit Secure Video

ecobee SmartCamera adds iCloud storage via HomeKit Secure Video

The explosion of smart home products from various manufactures pretty much mirrored a similar scenario when mobile phones landed on the market. Each one communicated only with others from the same brand unless some third-party platform tries to orchestrate the communication between different devices. Apple HomeKit is one such smart home platform and brands like ecobee are only too happy to boast support for such a big name, even if this new capability for its SmartCamera with voice control almost seems like a loss for the home automation company.

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Twitter for Android, iOS now support hardware security keys

Twitter for Android, iOS now support hardware security keys

Although it doesn't always get dragged into the spotlight the way Facebook does, when Twitter does get into the news, it often isn't good news. From broken new features to unpopular changes to long-standing requested features, Twitter has had its fair share of controversy, even if in short spurts. Its biggest problem, however, has always been the platform's security and the social media giant has just taken one step forward in ensuring its high-profile users, including its own CEO, don't easily get hacked again.

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Google Poly 3D model sharing platform to go dark next year

Google Poly 3D model sharing platform to go dark next year

It's no secret that Google has had very little luck with anything that comes close to being a social platform. It is perhaps less known that it also has had very little luck when it came to 3D content. While SketchUp briefly became a buzzword in the 3D modeling space, Google eventually relinquished its hold on the product just after six years of acquiring it. Now another one of its 3D-related products will be joining its notorious graveyard, once again raising concerns about its commitment to VR and AR technologies.

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Galaxy Buds Pro to drop the bean shape based on leaked image

Galaxy Buds Pro to drop the bean shape based on leaked image

Not to be outdone by its biggest rival, Samsung has also given a lot more focus to its own Bluetooth earbuds, moving away from the old "Gear" brand and into a more consistent Galaxy Buds name. Despite sharing the same name, however, Samsung's earbuds hardly resemble each other in terms of appearances. The most recent Galaxy Buds Live, previously known as the Galaxy Beans, definitely take the cake but it seems that Samsung will be dropping that shape for something more traditional in its next iteration.

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Galaxy S20 begins Android 11 One UI 3.0 stable rollout

Galaxy S20 begins Android 11 One UI 3.0 stable rollout

It is quite the holiday gift that Samsung is giving its loyal fans and customers. Given how it handled its beta program for the One UI 3.0 experience, it was pretty much expected that a stable version would be available sooner rather than later. Few, however, expected that "sooner" would actually mean now but that is exactly the surprise that greeted Galaxy S20 owners on Verizon when that update, which brings with it Android 11, suddenly become available with pretty much no warning or announcement.

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Amazon Music adds music videos, but only for Unlimited users

Amazon Music adds music videos, but only for Unlimited users

Amazon Music is adding yet another feature that may help it stay competitive against the likes of Spotify, YouTube Music, and similar. The company has pushed out an update that adds music videos to the service, enabling subscribers to watch the videos in the same app where they stream music. There is a catch, however.

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DJI FPV racing drone, goggles and controller appear in new images

DJI FPV racing drone, goggles and controller appear in new images

We've been hearing about an alleged DJI FPV racing drone for more than a year now, one that will reportedly include goggles so that users can pilot the drone in a more precise way. The drone first appeared in documents that surfaced on the FCC's website, including illustrations but no actual photos. A new image leak fills that void.

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Walmart+ takes on Prime in a big way by dropping its greatest limitation

Walmart+ takes on Prime in a big way by dropping its greatest limitation

Walmart+, the retailer's subscription service, is about to become a bit more appealing for diehard Prime fans. The company has announced that it will remove its minimum order requirement for shipping, meaning you'll be able to impulsively order whatever little trinket or gadget you may need. Other features, such as grocery deliveries, remain the same.

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Visa just doubled down on cryptocurrency with USDC and Bitcoin rewards card

Visa just doubled down on cryptocurrency with USDC and Bitcoin rewards card

The credit card company Visa just announced that they'll be working with Circle Internet Financial for USDC. Earlier this week, Visa announced a partnership with BlockFi to offer a Bitcoin Rewards Credit Card that offers 1.5% of purchases rewarded as Bitcoin. It's almost as if Visa has accepted the idea that cryptocurrency is the way of the future, and the company wants to get in on the business before they find their business struggling to catch up.

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Apple M1 MacBook Air Review (2020) – Evolutionary Leap

Apple M1 MacBook Air Review (2020) – Evolutionary Leap

Were Charles Darwin here today, once he'd finished screaming at us for tinkering with necromancy and demanding to know what the heck a Lexus was, I think he'd want to see the new MacBook Air. Apple's M1-powered notebook is one of a trio of Apple Silicon showcases and, as the "Father of Evolution" was well aware, some generations take a leap forward, not just a step.

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Google top 100 trending gifts may ensure sold out products aplenty

Google top 100 trending gifts may ensure sold out products aplenty

Google just released their first ever "top 100 trending gifts" guide, also known as the Google Shopping Gift Guide 2020. This website puts in focus the products that've been most-purchased for the holiday season, effectively pushing the biggest to sell bigger, and the lesser-known an even lesser chance of finding their target audience. Google's top 100 includes categories like The Chef, The Athlete, The Techie, The Decorator, The Wellness Guru, The Gamer, and The Kids.

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