Apple may launch new MacBooks today, Microsoft shows off first desktop PC
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Apple is holding an event today where it is expected to introduce new MacBooks.
The company may have accidentally leaked images of those new MacBooks in an update to MacOS.
The laptop's feature an OLED touch panel above the number keys and a fingerprint sensor.
Apple also announced it's wireless AirPod earbuds are delayed and will not be available in October as originally announced.
Microsoft unveiled the Surface Studio, a new all in one PC It's a 28 inch touchscreen desktop with what Microsoft says is the thinnest LCD display ever made.
The [UNKNOWN] studio will start around $3,000 and will ship in limited quantities this holiday season.
The company also showed off a big push in [UNKNOWN] 3D, the next addition of Windows ten is called Windows 10 creator update which includes a new version of Microsoft paint That will help users create 3D creations within Windows.
The update will arrive next Spring.
The head of Access, the company behind Google Fiber, is stepping aside as CEO, but will remain as an advisor.
Google Fiber operations will be paused in most of the cities where Google Fiber was to be rolled out.
Cities already served by Google Fiber internet service and cities where construction has started will still have access to the service.
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