Intel’s Thunderbolt connector is pretty much the gold standard when it comes to ports, with Thunderbolt 3 found on a wide variety of high-end computers and peripherals. But Intel is looking to improve and refine its connection standard, and now we have new official details regarding the next...

For the most part, our recommendations for buying a laptop for school this year aren’t very different than last year’s. But of course, the COVID-19 epidemic throws a major wrench into daily life. It's still unclear when public schools and colleges...

Apple developers have supposedly started receiving their Apple ARM transition kits, and now a few benchmark numbers of those dev kits have also appeared in the wild. Spotted by 9to5Mac, benchmarks for the Developer Transition Kit seemed to have surfaced on Geekbench, despite strict confidentiality...

Apple officially confirmed in its WWDC keynote yesterday that, yes, it would be using its own processors in its laptops and desktops. Not a terribly surprising announcement considering the rumor mill had been churning for months prior to that, but it’s nice to have Apple formally acknowledge the...

After years of rumors, Apple this week announced that it will phase out Intel chips from its Mac line of laptop and desktop computers. Instead, future iMacs, MacBooks, and other products will come with chips designed by Apple, similar to those the company already uses in iPhones and iPads. Why...

As x86 CPU starts running in real mode which you probably don't want to use and will either want to switch to 32bit mode with paging enabled or 64 bit mode (aka long mode) we need to change mode of execution somehow. To do that we need to configure CPU and execute certain instructions. That means...

At WWDC, Apple announced a radical change to its computers. The company is dropping Intel as its CPU provider, and will be transitioning its laptops and desktops to custom Apple-designed chips over the next two years. These new processors will be...

Apple opened its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday with a bevy of new features for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch users. And by the end of the two-hour presentation, the company also announced its long-rumored shift off of Intel microprocessors in favor of home grown chips for its Mac...

Apple is edging closer to having full control over what powers its products. At WWDC, it confirmed long-standing reports that it's moving away from Intel processors and using its own chips, similar to those that power iPhones and iPads, for some...

There is something reassuring about Apple holding its annual developers conference this week, even if it will be held online only. The conference is 95% nerdfest—legit technical sessions on how Apple’s hardware and software work—with a smidge of major or not-so-major product announcements...

Apple holds its annual Worldwide Developers Conference starting on Monday, though this year it will be entirely virtual and online. The conference kicks off, as usual however, with a keynote address by CEO Tim Cook and others, starting at 1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT. Many other sessions that used to held...