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A Nation Divided by Turmoil: Biden's Victory is America's Failure

Another long-winded, incoherent speech fraught with inaccuracies and false accusations.  As the polls have closed and ballots are meticulously being counted across key states, many deign to criminalize Trump for his boisterous proclamations and unorthodox leadership. However, the truth of the matter may be far more sinister than you care to imagine...Biden asserts that he and his party maintain the moral high ground in this tumultuous race for presidency. But do they really? In fact, the vast majority of Southern Democrats vehemently opposed a ban on slavery while the Republican party sought to win their freedom. Indeed, it may appear that times have changed... unless you bother to read the many defamatory statements made throughout Biden's long and storied political career -- statements targeting both women and African Americans. Although to be safe, let's assume his bigotry extended far beyond that which we've covered. So as it now seems more certain than ever that we'

What Apple's in-house Silicon Means for the Future of Computing...

 As Intel has consistently delayed launches of propose technologies, only to gift us marginal upgrades and appalling thermal issues, Apple has grown disillusioned with what the once indispensable tech giant has to offer. The solution? Start creating your own SOCs -- utilize 5 nm technology and ensure both thermal and processing efficiency are boldly achieved. And that's precisely what Apple has chosen to do.


Expected to announced the first of their new Apple silicon based Macs at a special event towards the end of October, these machines will run rings around the current offerings from both AMD and Intel. What's more, the incorporation of Rosetta technology means that incompatibility won't stand in the way of enjoying your favorite Intel-based apps and services. When an application launches for the first time, it's immediately compiled for their latest architecture; ensuring a smooth experience with only a minimal degradation in performance.

Apple claims a two-year transition process, but if we can learn anything from their transition to Intel, we should expect closer to one year before updates for older machines stop popping up. Forced obsolescence is the name of the game, and it's one Apple plays well. On the flip-side, however, expect somewhere between 15-20 hours of actual battery life from some of these new devices. Something unheard of outside of theoretical scenarios.

So, yes... the future looks bright for Apple. I never once imagined I'd be buying into their ecosystem, yet here I am. Microsoft has made far too many errors while Apple has matured and innovated. We live in a bold new future of computing technology. And I, for one, can't wait to see what's still in store.

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