Sony has big plans for the PS5 in 2020. Here's what we know
The next Playstation console has a name! It’s called (drumroll) the PS5! But this is far from the only info that’s been revealed.In an exclusive interview with WIRED US, lead architect Mark Cerny blessed us with several more juicy details, including a release date and info on a new and improved DualShock controller. Well, it's not officially called that, but you’d bet your house on it. Read on to find out everything we know about the PlayStation 5 so far.
Google’s Pixelbook Go laptop leaks in extensive photos
Ahead of Google’s big hardware event next week, 9to5Google has gotten access to what it claims is a prototype of the company’s new Chromebook, the Pixelbook Go. 9to5Google previously revealed specs and other details on the device last month.As expected, the Pixelbook Go has a 13.3-inch 16:9 screen in either 1080p or 4K resolution, two USB-C ports, and options for Intel Core m3, i5, and i7 processors. Other specs are said to include up to 16GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, a headphone jack, and the Titan C security chip seen in the Pixel Slate.
iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max review: the best yet, but what's the point?
The iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max are the best iPhones ever. But who are they for? One thing is clear: they're all about the cameras and the ridiculous things you can do with these three lenses on the rear of each model – things, according to Apple, approaching professional camera ability.As such, you would think most people going for the Pros will be (rich) creative types looking to squeeze the most out of every photo and video. But no, confusingly, it's more than likely those willing to shell out the premium for the Pros will use them just like their old iPhones (and the vast majority will be existing iOS users), rarely, if ever, delving fully into what the camera can do.
We now know more about the Pixel 4, the most-leaked phone ever
The Pixel 4, Google’s next flagship phone, is expected to debut in a matter of days at Google’s October 15th event. The only problem? There may not be much new for Google to show, given everything that’s already leaked.When we first published this roundup in September, we thought we knew a lot. We’d already seen multiple hands-on videos of actual Pixel 4 XL that showed off three colors, its dual cameras, and gave us a pretty good idea of its specs. And earlier this year, Google itself got in on the action: it mic dropped the back of the phone and revealed the Pixel 4 would have both a Face ID competitor and built-in radar for air gestures. But it turns out even that was just the tip of the iceberg.