New iMac Pros are coming, Twitter enables threaded tweets
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Apples brand new iMac Pro will hit later this week on December 14th, aimed at professionals that need heavy duty processing power, the new machines will boast new Intel Zion chips, with up to 18 cores, 128 gigabytes of RAM,.
and up to a whopping 4 terabytes of SSD storage.
Twitter will soon roll out changes that will let users thread together a series of tweets and have them all publish at once, alleviating the need to individually tweet them as it currently stands.
Threading tweets evolved organically in the Twitter community, and now the service has taken notice and made it easier to do so by taking out some of the busy work.
And finally, Nintendo has announced the company has sold an impressive 10 million units in just the nine months the hybrid console has been available.
Nintendo plans to ramp up production in 2018 to meet the demand it struggled to meet.
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