Apple is planning ARM MacBooks, eh? It's actually not an entirely bad idea, as the iPad Pro is a performance beast and people have been clamoring for a more MacBook-like iPad.
I would expect the MacBook Pro lineup to stay on Intel for the foreseeable future, though.
Samsung released the Galaxy S10 today. Yeah. What tech blog would this be if I didn't write about it!
Read the marketing propaganda here: samsung.com
What's cooler than 4K? 6K, that's what! There's a pile of Apple rumours going around that not only speak of new iPhones, iPads and larger MacBooks, but new Apple screens too that go all the way to 6K. The rumored size of 31.6 is very impressive and would give it a "retina" pixel density of a bit over 200. Source: Macrumors.com
Another cool thing that's being announched at MWC 2019: a foldable watch phone thing from Nubia! Foldable OLED screens are slowly entering the market, and it is only natural to wear one around your wrist. Color me intrigued! Read more at Tom's Guide.
TIL: Amazon is developing a Lord of the Rings show!
Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, pic.twitter.com/unJj1Bpde1— The Lord of the Rings on Prime (@LOTRonPrime) February 15, 2019
He doesn't upload it often, but when he does, a new Captain Disillusion video is always a very cool watch. This time the Captain debunks the debunkers of a popular example of laminar flow: Laminar flow disambiguation. Also check out the very informative video about laminar flow in general by Smarter Every Day: Why laminar flow is awesome.
This is trippy - visit this site and you'll see a picture of a person. That person does not exist, the picture is generated by a machine. It's not perfect and some pics may look weird, but we're one step closer to machines not only taking over, but looking like us while they do it.
With the launch of the EOS RP supposedly imminent, a leak on Amazon has confirmed the price to be a mouth-watering 1299$. For a full-frame camera, that's a very good price, and I'm sure these will sell like hotcakes. Read more on CanonRumors.com
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