After a week of Apple reviews, we have a verdict on the company's new desktop PC. It looks like a big Mac mini but has some incredibly powerful components. The Mac Studio has the power and ports creative professionals need. Even though it isn't upgradable, it is a Mac that can compete with high-end PC workstations. If you want to tame the M1 Ultra, the Mac Studio starts at $3,999. The prices are in line with PC workstations that are meant for editing 4K and 8K video. This is not for the same audience as the Mac mini.

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Apple will fix the Studio Display's underperforming webcam

An update should address complaints about image quality.

The companion to Mac Studio has some issues. The studio display will be updated through software to address an issue where the webcam isn't beinghave as expected.

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Watch the new trailer for ‘Hogwarts Legacy’

It’ll arrive before the end of 2022.


In time for the holidays, Hogwarts Legacy will arrive on PC, PS4, PS5 and Xbox One consoles. WB Games Avalanche dropped a trailer for their upcoming open-world game during the State of Play livestream. It's set in the 1800s, so there's a lot of new characters.

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How to clean all the screens in your home

And what not to do.

The guide to cleaning your displays, phones and tablets is short and to the point. You don't need much to refresh your screens. Microfiber cloths will get you most of the way, but there are things we advise against.

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The iRobot Genius 4.0 Home Intelligence update has started rolling out to all users.

iRobot has a new software update that gives its vacuums and mops the ability to respond to voice commands. You can set up your custom phrases, like "Hey Siri, ask Roomba to clean everywhere", similar to the way you set up your voice assistant. You will be able to create smart maps for the Roomba i3 and i3+ models and create custom cleaning routines based on your schedule.

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Samsung's Galaxy A53 offers 5G and a 120Hz screen for $450

It's cheaper than last year's Galaxy A52.


Not to be outdone by Apple and its iPhone SE, the new affordable phone from the company has impressive specifications, including a quad-camera setup, 120Hz screen, 5G and a 5nm chip. The A53 is $450, half the price of the top phones, and it's cheaper than last year's A52.

The main sensor has optical image stabilization and an f/1.8 aperture, which works alongside a 12MP fixed-focus ultra-wide camera and two 5MP sensors: one for depth detection and another for macro shooting. The camera system has a new processor that makes it possible to shoot in night mode. A more stable single image can be created with the A53.

There are two new colors. If you want to keep it all business, there's also white and black. After all, this is SAMSUNG.

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