Day: September 15, 2021

  • Logitech introduces new ‘Tap’ devices focused on remote and in-person meetings

    Logitech introduces new ‘Tap’ devices focused on remote and in-person meetings

    Logitech this week announced two new devices that are focused on remote meetings, so they can help users join and manage online conferences from some of the most popular platforms available today. While Logitech Tap IP is a network-based meeting room controller, Tap Scheduler is built to function as a “meeting scheduling panel for any […]

  • How do you cross-examine a whistleblower?

    How do you cross-examine a whistleblower?

    Getty Theranos lab assistant-turned-whistleblower Erika Cheung testifies in the Elizabeth Holmes wire fraud trial Continue reading…

  • SpaceX launches its first private crewed mission to space

    SpaceX launches its first private crewed mission to space

    SpaceX launched four private citizens to space on Wednesday, kicking off the first-ever crewed mission to orbit without any professional astronauts on board. Dubbed Inspiration4, the mission marks the latest private foray into space as companies like Elon Musk’s SpaceX compete to normalize space travel for paying tourists, not just government astronauts. SpaceX’s Falcon 9 […]

  • The PS5 SSD buying guide

    The PS5 SSD buying guide

    Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge Sony’s update adding the much-anticipated support for M.2 SSD storage expansion is here, letting you install more PS5 games than the 825GB built-in SSD allows. When the feature first launched in beta, Sony provided a list of requirements, making it clear that you wouldn’t necessarily be able to […]

  • ProRes support for iPhone 13 Pro ‘coming soon’ with a future iOS update

    ProRes support for iPhone 13 Pro ‘coming soon’ with a future iOS update

    The new iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max were officially announced by Apple on Tuesday with the more powerful A15 Bionic chip, bigger batteries, and significant camera enhancements — including support for the ProRes video codec for the first time on an iOS device. However, ProRes support will not be available for iPhone […]

  • Samsung begins mass-producing 90Hz OLED laptop screens

    Samsung begins mass-producing 90Hz OLED laptop screens

    OLED lives on this ProArt Studiobook 16. | Image: Asus Samsung Display is following through on its promise to ramp up OLED production. The company has begun mass-producing laptop-sized 90Hz OLED panels, which will appear in multiple upcoming 14-inch laptops from Asus. “The demand for laptops is increasing steadily as working from home and remote […]

  • The Apple rumors were wrong

    The Apple rumors were wrong

    Pictured: Tim Cook, knowing he’s not about to announce the thing I want. | Image: Apple For many who follow tech news closely, Apple’s event on Tuesday had a few big surprises — not because there were completely unexpected announcements, but because we didn’t see things we really thought we’d be getting. Rumors that had […]

  • All of the ways the new iPad mini is better than the iPad Air: cameras, processor, 5G, and more

    All of the ways the new iPad mini is better than the iPad Air: cameras, processor, 5G, and more

    The new iPad mini introduced yesterday has several key improvements over the 4th generation iPad Air that the company introduced last year. Unfortunately, Apple did not refresh the iPad Air with these updates and instead opted to keep selling the existing model alongside the new iPad mini. We’ve put all of the differences between the […]

  • Finally, some good news for Quibi

    Finally, some good news for Quibi

    Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Quibi’s zombie may finally be able to rest its weary head. The company’s successor has settled an ongoing feud with eternal thorn-in-its-side Eko. Eko, an interactive video company, and Quibi’s successor QBI Holdings announced today that they’d reached a settlement in the legal battle over Quibi’s perspective-shifting Turnstyle […]

  • The iPhone 13 event was a case study in Tim Cook-era product refinement

    The iPhone 13 event was a case study in Tim Cook-era product refinement

    For the past ten years, Tim Cook’s greatest accomplishment as Apple CEO has been vastly more of the same. More iPhones, more iPhone accessories, more apps, and so much more money. While the Mac and iPad have occasionally fallen into disrepair, the company keeps coming back with new reasons to buy its greatest hits every […]

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