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  • Intel confirms Thunderbolt 4 on way with four-times USB 3 speed

    TB4 is great. Thinking that 100GbE still sounds like a myth or impossible for anything that isn't a data centre, this is simply one cable to rule them all.. However dear INTEL: TB is the only thing you have going for yourself. Disappointed with 10th gen for desktops, not impressed with 10th gen for laptops, frustrated with the 7nm roadmap. I don't see you holding your Xeon market share in 5 years time at this pace.. Time to innovate?
  • Early render suggests 2019's 'iPhone XI' could have triple-lens rear camera

    3D camera tech!!! super excited... next level AR content here we go
  • New MacBook Pro model with Intel Coffee Lake CPU shows up in Geekbench database

    mike54 said:
    Still remotely hoping for a laptop with MacOS, 17in, matte screen, core i7, 500gb SSD, 16gb ram for less than $4000. Plastic case and thicker is perfect.
    What year do you live in? 2011?
    Plastic is a step down in terms of aesthetics and performance, forget it. 500gb SSD should be the standard.  
    Bring us apple CPUs already.. You're 11 iterations into mobile CPUs that yes, are optimized for mobile devices. Time to bring some bigger chips for the macs

    $4000? lol
  • New SD card format will transfer at nearly a gigabyte per second

    ols said:
    Nice tech however since the iPhone never featured an SD-Card slot and newer macs no longer have an SD-Card slot this article sadly seems little relevant to apple users.
    Apple correctly chose to remove the soon-to-be legacy SD interface from the new mbps, I opted for the Sandisk usb-c to uhs-ii sd card reader giving me the potential of 312MBps. Even if Apple developed their own pcie version for a built-in solution, it wouldn't [i]need[/i] to address such speeds when it was introduced in 2016. With usb-c ports they can outsource the creating and promote high quality TB3 products. The TB design is theirs and Intel's after all
  • Valve not giving up, rolls out new Steam Link beta for iOS, Apple TV

    adm1 said:
    appleinsider said:
    provided the transactions are processed on the host device
    So, with this statement, I'm now not sure what rules Valve broke initially? This seems to suggest that the way it worked - mirroring the screen on a PC/Mac - was fair game?
    The mirrored software in fact carries out the transaction on a device other than the host device