With the iPhone 6 finally launched and wraps off the Apple Watch things seem have come to a calm in Cupertino’s world. After all, courtesy of the numerous leaks related to it, the iPhone 6 was perhaps one of the most anticipated device this years, both for Apple and Android users alike.

However, just as things seem to be settling down, new word has surfaced related to Apple fabled 12 Inch Retina MacBook. Component manufacturing for the Retina MacBook has already begun according to Taiwanese sources. The ulta-slim 12 inch MacBook was already previously expected to be launched by the company in early 2015.


New Information Suggests 12 Inch Retina MacBook To Come In Three Color Options And Be Launched Next Year

The 12 Inch Retina MacBook is expected to come with several impressive features already. These include a fanless design, a button-less touchpad, Retina display and a new ultra thin from factor. Well, we can expect all of this to be with us by mid 2015. This news comes the courtesy of Atechwebsite.

The site quotes a source close to Apple’s plans. The MacBook Air has already faced delays due to Intel’s next generation Broadwell processors not being available. The most interesting bit of this news is that Apple is now expected to launch the MacBook in three color options. These are Space Gray and Gold, which are similar to the color options available for the iPhone 6.

The MAcBook Air is currently availalbe in screen sizes of 11 and 13 inches, so this new screen size would end up fitting the combination perfectly. Sounds interesting indeed. Let us know in the comments section about what you think.

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Apple’s iCloud was recently in the middle of a huge controversy. Hackers reportedly hacked into Apple’s iCloud servers and managed to get hold of compromising photographs of dozens of celebrities. Apple was quick to deny that it’s severs and offerings featured any vulnerabilities, after conducting a 40 hour investigation into the matter.

Nevertheless, one of the things that was of concern in the entire matter was that some celebrities claimed that they had long deleted some of the photos which surfaced on the internet. This led to a belief that your photos and other data does indeed remain on iCloud, even after you delete it from your device.

So even if you’re thinking that no hacker would be interested in accessing your private data on the iCloud, it should nevertheless be wise to know how to delete photos from iCloud. There are several services on the internet where others with a malicious intent can be paid to access your private data. So take a look below to learn how to delete your photos from the iCloud.


Apple will launch a thinner MacBook near the end of this year or early next year, claims a report from Digitimes. This report is based on the sources from supply chain in Taiwan which suggests that production of thinner MacBook components have already begun in smaller volumes to be ready for the launch by the end of the year. As earlier shared, Cupertino will stop the production of 13-inch MacBook Pro by this year – the line hasn’t been updated since June 2012. thinner MacBook

Ultra-slim thinner MacBook with Retina:

Dropping the non-Retina 13-inch MacBook Pro has become quite essential for the company as it is movingtowards dropping all the non-Retina products and introducing the beautiful display in each of its products. Reports earlier had indicated Apple working on an ultra-thin 12-inch MacBook Air with Retina display which will help the company find a middle ground between 11-inch and the 13-inch models, also creating a notebook that is distinctive from its tablets.


Applied Engineering Software Group turned to the EUROCOM Panther 5SE Mobile Server for its X79 chipset in a laptop that could run an Intel Xeon class server processor for managing storage, network and server operations for third party contractors.


Applied Engineering Software Group turns to EUROCOM Panther 5SE Mobile Server for its X79 chipset in a laptop

The Mobile Server is an all in one system that results in a compact 12 lbs, 16.76 x 11.44 x 2.31 inch mobile server solution. It is designed for world-wide deployment and easy network set up. It is easy to transport, move around and relocate as it can fit into a single carrying bag because of its all-in-one, compact design.

The EUROCOM Panther 5SE is a 12 lbs system that evolved from high-end notebook and workstation designs.  In addition to all the standard notebook features, the Panther 5SE offers the following server oriented features:


As we told you earlier, Microsoft has now introduced a monthly update schedule for Windows as well. The updates will now be based on customer feedback and the whole process is quite similar to the one on Xbox One. Well, this month’s Windows update is here, as scheduled by Microsoft’s Update Tuesday, according to which there will be updates for the popular operating system every month.


Alienware’s 13 inch Alienware 13 notebook is something to wait for indeed. The Alienware 13 is going to come with several impressive specifications indeed. First of all it will come with a 13 inch QHD screen which will be capable of accepting inputs directly. In other words, the Alienware 13 will be a touch screen gaming notebook. It will sport a 13 inch 2560 x 1440 IPS touchscreen panel which will be capable of an impressive 400 nits of brightness. The 13 inch screen size also represents a catering towards the increase demand of smaller sized notebooks today.


As expected, yesterday Apple launched two new refreshed MacBooks. The 13 and 15 inch MacBooks announced include several improved features over the previous versions. The new notebooks include newer Haswell processors and the 13 inch versions come with standard 8GB RAM. The 15 inch versions on the other hand come with a stock RAM of 16 GB.The 13 inch MacBook will come with three options. These are two versions with 2.6 GHz dual-core i5 processor with 128 and 256 GB of flash storage. The third option is a 2.8 GHz dual core i5 with 512 GB of flash storage. However, you can upgrade the processor to a 3.0 GHz i7 and 1 TB of flash storage in built to order options. For the 15 inch variant, there are two stock variants with 16 GB RAM, 2.2 and 2.5 GHz quad-core i7 processor and 256 and 512 GB of flash storage. Built to order options for the 15 inch Retina MacBook include an upgrade to a 2.8 GHz quad core i7 processor with 1 TB of flash storage.


We have received a pretty interesting update on Nvidia’s Maxwell Mobility front. This mobility leak, as usual, comes from the user Cloudfire over at NotebookReview Forums. Apparently, the GTX 980M Flagship is landing in October this year. Since the release date of desktop Maxwell also coincides with this, and the information comes from a reliable source, I will not be tagging this post as a rumor and will treat it as confirmed.


Geforce 900 Series Mobility Maxwell – GTX 980M Flagship Shipping in October

Uptill  now we only knew that some new Geforce Mobility Cards were coming and that they were going to have Maxwell Counterparts as well. We now have a more or less a reliable lock on the release date of the main card as well. The New Nvidia cards are going to be landing in around October this year and are going to be a part of the new 900 series. The Geforce GTX 980m is going to be the flagship card of the whole bunch and though we do not have confirmation on lithography, it will most likely be Maxwell and the mobile variant of the GM204 die.

That said, I am not sure how this will fit in with the 880MX leaks we have been getting for a while now. Since if the dies are Maxwell then in all probability we are looking at 28nm node and if it is 28nm then the GTX 880MX was supposed to be the new mobility king. If the GTX 980M is instead making an appearance then does that mean we won’t be seeing the MX series after all? Most Probably. Unless ofcourse, Nvidia goes completely bonkers and decides to go for another milking run instead, which would seem highly unlikely. Since the Mobility GPU, GTX 980M has a very distinctive name, not to mention a nomenclature flagship, as opposed to a transitional name such as being a variant of the preceding series with just ‘MX’ added, these GPUs are here to stay for a while. Now for some good old speculation on the upcoming Geforce 900 Series Mobility Cards Lineup:

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Word has finally appeared related to Apple’s MacBooks. With all the hype surrounding the iPhone 6 and the iPads, we were left wondering at what Cupertino was up to with its popular notebook range. Well, wonder no more. Taiwan’s economic daily news has several updates for us in this regard. These cover the 11 and 13 inch variants of the MacBook Air as well as a much anticipated 12 inch Retina MacBook Pro.


Both MacBook Airs Enter Production – 12 Inch Retina MacBook To Arrive In Q3 Or 2015


With summer finally being with us, we can start to anticipate quite a few new gadgets to be with us soon. Among these is Apple’s latest lineup of gadgets as well, which according to those working at the company is potentially their most exciting lineup yet. Apple is due to launch a lot of things this September. These include an all new iPhone 6 and two new iPads. As result, prices have started to drop on the company’s current lineup of products. Previously we informed you about new deals on Apple’s iPhone 5, 5S and 5C. According to these deals, you can now buy an iPhone 5S for as cheap as $ 99. Now isnt that something. Well, new deals are now in place, and this time they relate to MacBooks. And all types of MacBooks, ranging from the Retina MacBook to the MacBook air. Apple is also rumored to launch new versions of the Retina MacBook and the MacBook Air later this year, to officially bring the OS X Yosemite to the shelves.

Apple deals leaked iPad Pro

Latest industry rumors indicate that Apple is gearing up to send the 12-inch MacBook Air model in mass production later this year. While these rumors have been coming up from quite a few weeks, latest claims come from sources involved on the supply chain side of the Cupertino-based tech giant. 12 inch MacBook Air

12-inch MacBook Air mass production:

These claims are sourced to Quanta Computer with the claim that the new device will enter mass production in the third quarter. The need of a 12-inch MacBook Air comes from the diminishing sales of the 11-inch MacBook Air model which sports similar screen size to Apple’s crazily popular iPad series.

Broadwell SoC

Broadwell is coming, and it will enter from the mobile market before trickling down to desktop variants. The Core M 2-in-1 codenamed ‘Llama Mountain’ is based on the Broad well 14nm node and will give you the best of PC and Tablets in one packaging. In the correct Ultrabook model this will be thinner than the iPad Air. The featherlight and fanless design will start from $599 with the Ultrabook model starting at $799; which you might notice is more than the iPad Air. But then again, a 2-in-1 is not just a tablet.

Intel Broadwell and Haswell Refresh Platform

Intel’s 2-in-1 Codenamed ‘Llama Mountain’ will feature Broadwell Core M and target the $799 Price point

If one thing is clear, it is Intel’s leadership in the Microprcoessor Architecture sector. Their performance-per-watt is second to none. But the thing is, the PC Market is shifting to Tablets, and people are perfectly happy with the power an ARM powered tablet provides. And since the last few years or so, Intel has started to realize just how big a folly it was, to not enter the Tablet market sooner. Well here is exhibit one of their latest attempt, which I must say looks quite promising. Now as I mentioned before, the price tag is higher ($799) but you are getting a 2-in-1 and not just a tablet. There is a much more affordable model at $599, which is the  Broadwell Detachable Notebook but will be thicker than the Ultrabook variant though still fanless.


At the joint event we told you would happen this Tuesday, Intel and Google were expected to make major announcements related to Intel’s support for Google’s Chrome OS based Chromebooks. Well, they haven’t disappointed either, with the Chromebook range being significantly increased. At the press event on San Fransisco on Tuesday, Chromebook designs were increased to 20. Several OEM including Dell, Acer, Asus, LG and most importantly, Lenovo also announced new models of the low cost notebooks running on Chrome OS.


All Major OEM Partners Announce Chromebook Variants and Upgrades. Rumors Of Chrome OS Tablet Proven Wrong – Again.

The announcement on Tuesday is the strongest renewal of commitment between the two giants, who have a long history of co-operation. The first half of the presentation focused primarily on devices built around a Celeron Haswell. They also featured minor upgrades which include a Wi-Fi upgrade to 802.11 ac. The low resolution 11.6 and 13 inch displays are to sstay the same. All of these upgrades to Chromebooks will come at the same price as today – around and above $ 300. Intel also mentioned that it will be the only processor vendor to support the 64-bit Chrome OS variant. What lies ahead for Google’s partnership with ARM is now officially open for speculation. There was also no mention of any ARM powered Chrome OS devices.


Google and Intel are all set to make another Chromebook announcement this Tuesday. Previously the two had collaborated in September last year at the when four Haswell powered Chromebooks were announced. HP,Acer, ASUS and Toshiba announced their respective Chromebooks at the IDF last year. With the announcement of another joint appearance on 6th May, speculations are rife as to what is to be expected this time round, as Chromebooks are laptops running Google’s Chrome OS. They are built primarily for educational use and represent a small yet growing sector of the market.


New Chipset to power the fabled Chrome OS Tablet? New Generation of Chromebooks Based On Broadwell?

Speculation is rife about the possible revelations to be made this Tuesday. Chromebooks captured 21% of notebook sales in the United States and 8 % of the entire PC and Tablet market in 2013 according to a report by the NPD (formerly National Purchase Diary) group, which is known for its trusted market surveys. Google’s Vice President product management for Chrome OS Caesar Sengupta and Intel’s Vice President and General Manager for mobile computing Navin Shenoy will be present at the session. As for speculations, there are a lot of possibilities which might come as an end result. First of these is a upgrade to the existing Chromebook models in the market. They will feature an upgrade to Braswell, from those currently running Haswell. Another possible announcement might be an update to Google’s crown jewel, the Chromebook Pixel.

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MSI just announced upgrades to its GS70 Stealth gaming laptop. The upgraded version now contains the Nvidia GeForce 870M, which is an upgrade from the previous GeForce GTX 765M. The GS70 Stealth claims to be the world’s thinnest 17 inch portable gaming machine.

Eric Kuo, VP Global Sales and Marketing MSI points out a myriad of innovative features in the GS70 Stealth.

MSI_GS70_Stealth_02The GS70 Stealth comes equipped with the 4th Gen. Inter Core i7-4700HQ. The processor packs a base frequency of 2.4 GHz with turbo boost speeds going up to 3.4 GHz. In the graphics department it now features the  GTX 870M with 3 GB DDR5 VRAM. The  GTX 870M is 35% faster than the GTX 770M on the 3D Mark 11 performance benchmark.

Other features on the GS70 Stealth include the Super Raid 2, the SteelSeries engine, SteelSeries gaming keyboard and the Matrix display. The Super Raid 2 contains 3 Solid state drives and gives writing speeds up to 1500 Mb/s. According to MSI it is 3 times faster than other laptops employing single SSDs and 15 times faster than conventional drives.

The SteelSeries engine allows full customization of keys and other specific commands of an individual gamer. It allows users to create individual styles using personal key use and functions, plus integration of peripheral devices. The SteelSeries keyboard is a specially designed keyboard for MSI. The keyboard comes with five different backlight scenarios and seven different types of light changes.

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