March 15 / Apple
March 7 / Apple

The Hyperlink Heroes begin the episode with a sweet tooth.  Then their teeth gnash at EA, pencil lead scams and hackers.  This episode’s movie has mountain climbers getting torn apart and eaten by a dragon-like creature that can disappear without a trace, mostly because the animators were lazy.


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October 19 / Apple
October 18 / Apple

You’ve heard of 4K right? That “Ultra HD” resolution that the latest TVs are starting to use. Well Apple’s just gone and outdone them with the iMac with Retina Display. The new iMac boasts similar specs to the rest of its 27-inch siblings in the lineup, except for the fact that it’s for 4 times the amount of pixels, making it effectively 5K. I’m personally wondering if there’s any point to having a 5K display in an iMac, but if you want one it exists and you can buy one now! It’s worth noting that you cannot use the iMac as a monitor using Target Display mode, as no other Apple computer is able to output 5K resolutions. Not even the current Mac Pro can output to the super high resolution display.

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October 18 / Apple

This week Apple introduced their two latest tablets: The iPad Air 2 and the iPad Mini 3. The changes to the Air 2 include a thinner and lighter design, a faster A8X CPU, TouchID support, 8-megapixel camera and a new gold color option. The iPad Mini 3 however got a fairly “meh” upgrade over the previous Mini. only receiving TouchID and the gold color option. Apple also removed the 32GB storage option and added a 128gb option. This undoes Apple’s strategy last year of having two equally powerful tablets separated only by their screen size.  

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September 21 / Apple
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