Tag: News

04
Jun

West Point graduates were forced to come back for Trump’s speech, and 16 caught coronavirus

The list of coronavirus cases just got a little bit longer unnecessarily, based on news regarding West Point graduating cadets who have tested positive for the virus. West Point, which is north of the coronavirus hotspot of New York City, sent students home earlier this year when the viral outbreak began. However, they’ve been coming back in waves ahead of President Trump’s scheduled speech at their graduation ceremony this month — and several cadets have…

04
Jun

Asymptomatic people can spread coronavirus for more than a week, study says

People who aren’t showing symptoms of coronavirus but have been infected are still contagious, a new study from China says. Asymptomatic people experience a much milder version of COVID-19 that could cause subtle effects on the body. The study included patients from the original coronavirus epicenter in Wuhan and concluded asymptomatic patients are infectious for an average of eight days. Combine a long incubation period with an absence of distinct signs, and you end up…

04
Jun

iPad Pro with 5G support and mini-LED display to arrive in 2021

A new iPad Pro model with 5G support is expected to arrive in 2021. Apple’s next-gen iPad Pro will boast Apple’s blazing fast A14 processor. The iPad Pro 5G will also feature a mini-LED display. Apple is planning to launch a brand new iPad Pro model with 5G support sometime in early 2021, according to a new leak from Twitter user L0vetodream . Though previous reports indicated Apple was aiming to launch a 5G iPad Pro…

04
Jun

New report offers hard evidence that the PS5 hasn’t been delayed

The AMD chip that will power Sony’s PS5 is reportedly close to the final stage of manufacturing, which signals that the launch is still on track for 2020. The chip is a custom AMD Ryzen CPU with eight Zen 2 cores, 16 threads, and speeds up to 3.5GHz Sony chose to delay its first major PS5 showcase this week due to the protests in the US. With everything going on in the world, it wouldn’t be…

04
Jun

Waze rolls out new features to keep you safe during the pandemic

Waze announced new features that should help users during the coronavirus health crisis. The Waze app will now display stores that support drive-thru and curbside, emergency food banks, and COVID-19 testing facilities on the map. Waze also partnered up with SpotHero and ParkWhiz to highlight discounted parking places on the map for essential workers. Police brutality protests are the most important thing happening in the US right now, but the coronavirus health crisis hasn’t disappeared….