This Week In Tech – October 24, 2021

This week has been super busy in the tech industry, Apple, Google and, Samsung all held hardware announcement events. Apple Event At their event on Monday, Apple announced details about their new pro-tier Mac chips. They also announced new upgraded Macbook Pros. Some of the highlights are the return of the ports Apple removed from Macbooks in 2016 and MagSafe. Made By Google 2021 During their annual Made by Google event, Google announced the next generation of Pixel phones. The Pixel 6 & 6 Pro will for the first time have Google’s in-house built Tensor SoC. Both devices get a … Continue reading This Week In Tech – October 24, 2021

October 2021 – Apple Event

1 both 254 ppi calculate the resolution yourself. This week is going to be busy on this site as there was also a Google Pixel event today (Tuesday) and will be a Samsung event tomorrow. I aslo plan to resume This Week In Tech articles this week, I’ve been really busy with school work and I go on break next week so I’ll have some time to focus on the site and redevelop my routine for working on more posts. Continue reading October 2021 – Apple Event

WWDC 2021

This week Apple is holding their annual developers’ conference WWDC, and the keynote (where they make most of the significant consumer announcements) was on Monday. They announced details about this year’s versions of each of their OSs and a few other things during the keynote. iOS FaceTime The thing that got the most attention during the iOS section of the keynote was FaceTime. IOS 15 FaceTime will start looking like a more conventional video communication platform because of features such as grid view and the ability to generate links to and schedule calls. The most prominent FaceTime feature announced was … Continue reading WWDC 2021

China’s Super-Heavy Lift Rocket Will Carry 100 Tons to the Moon

BY SCOTT ALAN JOHNSTON via Universe Todayavailable under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License China’s proposed next-generation rocket reached the final stage of feasibility studies this month. The planned launch vehicle, known as the Long March-9, will be capable of sending 100 tons to the Moon, and could see its first launch as early as 2030. Announced in 2018, the Long March-9 will play a key role in China’s long-term space ambitions. If all goes as planned, its first payload is likely to be a Martian sample return mission, and it would support China’s Lunar ambitions as well. Another … Continue reading China’s Super-Heavy Lift Rocket Will Carry 100 Tons to the Moon

This Week In Tech – Feb 28 2021

This week Australia passes the digital news bill, Fry’s is shutting down, Spotify made a few announcments and, Star launches internationally on Disney Plus. Also, Twitter nakes a couple of feature announcements, US judge approves privacy lawsuit about Facebook facial recconition, there was a Pokemon Presents presentation this week, and the Intesting Things of the Week. Australia News Law This week Austrailia passed a law that institues a link tax on tech platforms that requires them to pay news publishers to link tho their content. In the runup Facebook and Google payed news publishers huge sums of money for the ablitiy to … Continue reading This Week In Tech – Feb 28 2021

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Pokemon Presents 2021

This morning The Pokemon Company held a Pokemon Presents event as part of their Pokemon Day celebration. The presentation opened with a 10-minute video that went through every Pokemon product in chronological order. They gave more details about New Pokemon Snap during the event and announced the heavily rumoured Sinnoh remakes (Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl).and Pokemon Legends: Arceus. They also announced several in-game events celebrating the 25th anniversary of Pokemon.

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