Photos have leaked depicting alleged components destined for the rumored redesigned MacBook Pro, giving us a look at the thin body of the device, the space where a rumored OLED touch panel will be positioned, and its possible ports. Shared by Cult of Mac, the photos came from an anonymous source who claimed to work ...continue reading Leaked Photos May Show Upcoming MacBook Pro's Top Case With Space for OLED Touch Panel, Four USB-C Ports

Samsung today announced that mass production has begun on a new NVMe PCIe solid state drive in a ball grid array package, the first of its kind to be available in large quantities. The SSD, called the PM971-NVMe, is tiny, merging all SSD components into a package that's smaller than a standard U.S. postage stamp. ...continue reading Samsung Announces 512GB NVMe SSD That's Smaller Than a Stamp

Soon, business owners will be able to tap into new tools on Instagram, as long as their business has a Facebook Page. On Tuesday, Instagram introduced a set of new features to allow business owners to better engage with customers using Instagram. These new business tools include official business profiles, analytics, and the ability for business ...continue reading Instagram will let you run a business profile if you have a Facebook Page

The Photos app for iOS allows users to zoom into images using pinch gestures, but the zooming capabilities are limited and don't let users to zoom all the way in to a photo. There is, however, a bug in iOS that allows zooming beyond the current limit, shared this morning by iDownloadBlog. In the iOS ...continue reading Bug in iOS Allows for Unlimited Zooming in Photos App

The Finder from FlashForge is a 3D printer designed for the beginner. It averages 4.5 out of 5 stars on Amazon (read reviews) and it's $699 list price has been reduced by 29% to just $499. Perfect for home or a school, being both wallet friendly as well as user friendly makes this a good ...continue reading 29% off FlashForge Finder 3D Home Printer – Deal Alert

If you travel internationally, or know someone who does, this may be one to consider. LOOP Electronics travel adapter is an all-in-one travel plug that not only keeps you powered in over 150 countries, but also includes dual USB charging ports and a battery backup (power bank) for when you need power or charging but ...continue reading 44% off LOOP International Travel Plug with USB Charging and Power Bank – Deal Alert

In an effort to further improve app discoverability, Apple recently implemented a change to the way Top Charts work on the Apple TV. When viewing the Top Paid, Free, and Grossing Charts in the tvOS App Store, Apple TV users no longer see entries for apps they've already downloaded and installed on their set-top box. ...continue reading Apple TV App Store Now Hides Downloaded Apps From Top Charts

Thunderbolt Display stock is limited or unavailable at several Apple Stores in North America, Europe, Australia, and other regions ahead of new product announcements expected at WWDC 2016 in two weeks. A spot check of Apple Stores in the U.S., for example, reveals that the Thunderbolt Display is available on a ship-to-store basis only at ...continue reading Thunderbolt Display Stock Limited at Apple Stores Ahead of WWDC

Intel's next-generation Kaby Lake processors are still on track for a late 2016 launch and are set to enter production by the end of this quarter, according to an announcement made by Intel at Computex. Earlier this year, Intel announced it was no longer adhering to its "tick-tock" processor release cycle, which saw it alternating ...continue reading Intel's 'Kaby Lake' Processors Still on Track for Late 2016 Launch

We still have months of iPhone 7 rumors to deal with until Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage to show off the newest and greatest smartphone, probably sometime in September. Yes, that is a long time. But there are so many rumors swirling about what Apple is working on that we decided to put ...continue reading iPhone 7 rumors: Say goodbye to 16GB model