Five days ago (such are my reflexes), Apple released the new 2018 MacBook Pro. It wasn't 2015-2016 by any means (Touch Bar, new design, etc.), but it was certainly more than a spec upgrade. Here's what you need to know: Page Overhaul The MacBook Pro page on apple.com used to look like this: Now, it … Continue reading More power. More performance. More pro: Everything you need to know about the 2018 MacBook Pro
This week has been full of surprises, hasn't it? On Friday, This Week's Leaks came out, as did some surprise MacBook upgrades (which I'm sure John will tell you about soon). And now for a new surprise: Google Chrome has an interface upgrade! In this post, I test it to see what we're in for.
Welcome to This Week's Leaks, a new series where I round up the latest and greatest leaks every Friday (although I'm writing this one on a Tuesday). I'll tag them all in a group so if you want to find them in the same place, then you can. This week, we have leaks of the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Intel's next-gen Whiskey Lake CPUs.
The Surface has always been for the cream-of-the-crop-businessman, the on-the go management consultant, the CEO of a Silicon Valley business, all that stuff. And, until recently, the $799 price tag made sure of that. But that all changes today, with the new Surface Go. Before I start, I would like to get something out of … Continue reading Microsoft Launches $399 Surface Go
If you're a site regular, I bet you're wondering a few things, among others: Why am I still here? Where is everyone? Why is Sam writing this post? Why has DoubleGeek been in so much neglect lately? Okay, I'll admit it. DoubleGeek has certainly been through some hard times lately. Heck, we even forgot our … Continue reading We’re Sorry
Fun Fact: This Article is bumped to the top of the page every time an Apple event comes round, to reduce our workload! 🙂 Why can’t I just show up and wait for it to start? For all their Keynotes, Apple uses the HLS live-streaming protocol. It’s great, and all, but the only major browsers … Continue reading How to Stream Apple Events
The hot news this week was Apple's March 2018 event. I just watched it, and I'll tell you all about it. New iPad So, the roumers were true! And the new iPad is AWESOME! It now supports Apple Pencil, and comes with an A10 Fusion Chip (Updated from A9), which makes it "More powerful than … Continue reading What happened Apple March Event: I was right!
Apple shocked everyone when it sent out invitations to a Keynote in March, just three days after they announced WWDC. This was because even though many hopeful Apple fans were SURE of a March event (myself not included), but since WWDC is in June, they all lost hope. But now that invitations have gone out, what can … Continue reading Apple’s March Event: Let’s Take a Field Trip
Thinking of buying an Echo? Why should you when it laughs creepily at you? I'll just repeat that. Alexa laughs at you. And it's really creepy too, like a cacke instead of a warm chuckle. Oh, did I mention that she doesn't just laugh? One user took to Twitter to express herself: THIS creepy thing … Continue reading Reason No.128 Not To Buy An Echo: Alexa Laughing At You
We expect Apple (US) to roll out the new MacBook Air with a lower price tag in 2Q18. We forecast total shipments of MacBook models will grow 10-15% YoY in 2018 (vs. 0-5% YoY decline for the NB industry), up from 15.5-16mn units in 2017. While Quanta, Radiant, Catcher and SZS are likely to benefit … Continue reading Second-Gen MacBook Air: Say What?