iFixit teardown shows just how similar the new M1 MacBooks are

iFixit teardown shows just how similar the new M1 MacBooks are

iFixit has gotten its hands on Apple’s new M1-powered MacBook Air and MacBook Pro, which of course is to say that its team has torn the laptops apart to find out what’s inside. And, while the Air and the Pro have set groundbreaking new standards for performance and efficiency, it turns out that this can be attributed almost entirely to the M1 chip rather than any particular design changes. Take the new MacBook Pro, for instance. Here’s this year’s Intel-based model on the left, with the new M1 version on the right: iFixit The internal layouts of the two computers... Read More
CDC Thanksgiving guidance: No traveling, no outside-household members

CDC Thanksgiving guidance: No traveling, no outside-household members

Enlarge / Good luck not getting COVID! Covid-19 Coverage View more stories In a rare press briefing Thursday, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention strongly urged Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving or gather with people outside of their “households”—defined as only the people actively living together in the 14 days prior to a gathering. The stark message from the premier public health agency may not seem surprising given the dire state of the country. Spread of the pandemic coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2, is out of control and at record levels. The United States reported more than 1 million... Read More
This Week Was All About Samsung’s Foldable Z Flip Phone And Microsoft’s Foldable Units Set

This Week Was All About Samsung’s Foldable Z Flip Phone And Microsoft’s Foldable Units Set

Know-how is the power that drives our lives. Disclaimer: SensorsTechForum is sharing this info for educational purpose solely. Any use of prohibited hacking units could outcome within the person facing the consequences of it. On April three, 1973 a researcher, Martin Cooper, made the first name from a mobile system. The company he was working for, Motorola, introduced the first cell phone to the general public in 1984 for a cost of $4,000. The cost time for that gadget was 10 hours for every 30-minute use. I’m not a big fan of cell telephones. I actually hate it if you... Read More