Author: Fredric Morgan

After years of anticipation, Apple finally unveiled its own processors earlier last year. While reviewers have praised M1’s performance, it also means Apple is likely to move away from Intel over next couple of years. Although Intel hasn’t responded to the new M1 chip for a long time, the chip manufacturer has recently launched a website to claim that Intel processors are superior to Apple’s M1 chip. In the website, Intel compare the M1 chip against its own processors. Through the website, Intel highlighted different advantages of Intel processors such as screen touch support, multiple form factor options, option to…

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Google has announced its second generation of Nest Hub with several new features. According to Google, the new product has two new key features. The first is the better audio quality that will provide 50 percent more bass. Additionally, users now can use Quick Gestures to pause and play content by tapping the air in front of the display. Apart from the support for quick gesture along with better sound quality, the Nest Hub also brought the sleep tracking functionality to Nest Hub. Although the feature was available across different sleep-tracking products over the years, the company is now working…

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NASA has announced that the Solar Orbiter, a spacecraft that will reveal new details of the sun, is scheduled to launch later on February 7 from Cape Canaveral in Florida. NASA is set to launch the spacecraft thanks to the space organization’s collaboration with European Space Agency or ESA. Following the launch, the spacecraft will use Venus’s and Earth’s gravity in order to enter an unusual orbit around the sun. While there are other spacecrafts already orbiting the sun, the upcoming mission will give scientists a never seen before view by over our star’s poles. “Up until Solar Orbiter, all…

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Firefox over last couple of months have introduced features to improve users’ privacy. And now, the company has revealed that the next stable version of Firefox will allow users to option to delete Telemetry data. As you might already know, similar to other browsers, Firefox collects Telemetry data to improve user experience with stable performance and stability. When the new option to delete Telemetry data becomes available, users will be able to go to about:preferences#privacy directly or open Menu > Options > Privacy & Security. From there, you will need to uncheck “Allow Firefox to send technical and interaction data…

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