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Mac Computers Get Refresh With Keyboard Touch Functions

The MacBooks come with four USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports , which, with a cable or adapter, can be used interchangeably with USB, Lightning, HDMI, VGA and DVI connections, even the computer's power supply. Under the hood, you've got the 6th generation quadcore Core i7 option in the 15-inch version, while the 13-inch version has a dualcore Core i5 and i7 option.

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Windows 10 to bring 3-D to two-dimensional experiences

But the biggest unveiling, of course, was Surface Studio, something we've been following ever since it was codenamed Surface Cardinal. The new desktop PC, called Surface Studio , features a 28-inch ultra-high-resolution touch-screen display with a hinge that lets the screen adjust from desktop to studio mode.

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MacBook Pro Unveiled With Touch Bar at the Apple Event

The company called it the "touch bar," which replaces the long-standing function keys at the top of the keyboard with a tiny, long touch-screen. In addition to its ground-breaking new MacBook Pro which eschews traditional function keys for a new adaptive Touch Bar, the company is also debuting a 13-inch MacBook Pro with traditional function keys.

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Second leak: Apple MacBook Pro images with OLED touchbar leaked

The leaked images show a 13-inch MacBook Pro complete with the new "Magic Toolbar", a Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and more besides. MacBook Pro models shown off at a special event at Apple's headquarters in Silicon Valley touted keyboards that had "Touch Bar" controls where function keys have traditionally been positioned.

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Theresa May's Brexit warning revealed in leaked recording

Economists for Brexit , a group who disagree with the majority view in their profession that leaving the European Union is damaging, said Britain's finance ministry "must now come clean" and admit that its long-term forecasting was likely to be wrong, just as its short-term forecasts were.

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PRC firm says its cameras were used to disrupt Internet

Dyn said that the attack began at 11:10 UTC, or 6:10 AM EDT, and impacted its managed DNS service customers on the East Coast. So it was only a matter of time before it was used again. Security researcher Brian Krebs last month became the latest high-profile victim when his website suffered "a historically large" raid, which he claimed was revenge for exposing two hackers who provided DDoS services.