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Does Apple enter the world of augmented reality with Valve?

According to some sources, Apple and Valve are collaborating to market an augmented reality device in the 2020.

The new Apple Mac Pro is a high-tech grater

During the WWDC 2019, Apple introduced the new third-generation Mac Pro, unleashing the web's irony with its grater-like design.

Huawei - The founder does not want China's ban on Apple

It's no secret that Huawei has been going through a difficult time lately. The US government has officially expressed its intention to limit the core business of the Chinese giant in the US. However the founder of ...

iPhone 2019 and iPad Pro - A new antenna system will improve calls and ...

As a rule, a new antenna system may not attract the attention of the average user as much as, for example, a triple lens rear camera. But, for its part, it could be useful in improving the quality ...

Apple - Arcade gaming service could cost the company more than $ 500 million

Apple could spend more than 500 million dollars on its new Apple Arcade paid service, according to a report in the Financial Times. The service, announced at the Apple event this March, is scheduled between ...

Apple permanently eliminates AirPower

Like a bolt from the blue Apple has made a decision that few would have expected: permanently cancel the "AirPower" project. The product will never see the light due to a problem that has arisen ...

Apple creates its first credit card called the Apple Card

Apple is about to market its first official credit card. Apple Card promises to best protect your privacy.

Apple Arcade, Apple's gaming

Applea has just announced Apple Arcade, its subscription service dedicated to gaming, in a totally unexpected way.

2019's latest PlayStation State of Play will air ...

In the past few hours Sony has announced the arrival of the latest PlayStation State of Play of the 2019, which will be broadcast live the next December 10. Just ...

Battlefield V: Wake Island Map, release date revealed

Just in time for the holidays, DICE has revitalized Wake Island, undoubtedly the most popular map in Battlefield history. The popular ...

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