Rick straps on his spurs and prepares for High Noon with Mimimi's games' follow-up to Shadow Tactics.
Can this hybrid strategy shooter blast the competition to smithereens, or does it crumble under the weight of its ambition?
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A rumour, of course.
Will replace for up to four years post-purchase.
Includes new Sidecar functionality.
Still claims only a 'small number' affected.
Only took it three years, too.
All devices purchased from 2012 covered.
Hikes prices, too.
10.4mm at its thickest point.
No fire risk, thankfully.
No USB Type-C in sight, though.
New OSes demoed at WWDC.
Lines the lid with solar cells for battery boost.
Apple has unveiled the updated version of its MacBook Pro laptops, and priced the new Mac Pro.
Axiotron's ModBook tablet has been reborn as the ModBook Pro, thanks to co-founder Andreas Haas.
A modder has hacked apart a MacBook Air to create an Eee Keyboard-style all-in-one.
Apple is allegedly planning to launch an 11.6" version of its MacBook Air ultraportable.
A newly published Apple patent - applied for in 2008 - reveals some interesting new technologies the company is looking to bring to touch devices.
Apple's US arm appears to have taken the decision to void the Applecare warranties of Mac owners who happen to smoke - describing the residue as a "bio-hazard."
An issue with the latest 15" and 17" MacBook Pro models which reduced the maximum performance of the SATA bus to 1.5Gb/s has been resolved by Apple with a new firmware update.
A pair of new MacBook Pro models introduced earlier this month seem to be equipped with a last-generation 1.5Gb/s SATA interface - a drop from earlier models' 3.0Gb/s.
Apple updated its MacBook line with several new versions and slashed prices on many existing models at its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote last night.
Could Apple be planning a low-cost multitouch Mac-based tablet as a competitor to the popular netbook format it so publicly derided?
July 1 2020 | 17:34
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