The Raspberry Pi 5 is set to hit the market at the end of October. This new model is priced at $60 for the 4GB variant. It’s the first Raspberry Pi computer to feature silicon designed in-house in Cambridge, UK.
The new Shure SM7dB, priced at $499, comes equipped with a built-in preamp that provides either an 18- or 28dB gain boost, promising a clean increase in volume.
The Quest 3 uses LCDs with a resolution of 2064×2209 per eye, a substantial improvement over the Quest 2.
MacOS Sonoma delivers an exclusive Game Mode for Apple Silicon devices, interactive desktop widgets, and video conferencing improvements.
YouTube Music has officially announced its support for audio and video podcasts, a move that has been in the pipeline since earlier this year.
Sony is investigating allegations of a cyberattack that occurred this week. Multiple hackers have emerged, each claiming responsibility for the alleged attack.
Unity, the cross-platform game engine maker announced a plan to impose a “Runtime Fee” on developers based on the number of installations and revenue – sparking severe backlash.
Plex has announced that it will no longer allow users to run servers at hosting providers where numerous Terms of Service (TOS) violations occur.
The Bose QuietComfort Ultra Headphones are equipped with Immersive Audio, promising an immersive spatial audio experience for stereo sound.
HP has unveiled its Spectre Fold, a foldable laptop that morphs into a tablet or a desktop-like setup. This innovation follows the footsteps of Samsung’s …