Monthly Archives: November 2016

Apple’s Bootcamp audio driver can permanently damage the speakers on the new MacBook Pro

By | November 30, 2016

The new MacBook Pro’s speaker assembly. Image and teardown by iFixit. Apple has apparently pushed an updated driver to Boot Camp already, but this will only help if you’ve installed your Windows partition in the last few days. Some users have also reported that installing an unofficial Realtek driver ( can resolve the issue. The… Read More »

360-Degree Video Heats Up With VideoStitch And VLC Updates

By | November 30, 2016

VideoStitch released version 2.2 of its 360-degree video post-production software. The update brings support for the H.265 video codec, compatibility with Nvidia’s GTX 10-Series of graphics cards, and other features that are supposed to make it easier for video editors to work with 360-degree content. Among those features are feathering that improves blending of input… Read More »

Natural Disasters Expansion For 'Cities: Skylines' Now Available

By | November 30, 2016

Cities: Skylines provides the tools for to create the metropolis of your dreams. Now its latest expansion, Natural Disasters, will make your well-built city vulnerable to the unpredictable forces of Mother Nature. Cities: Skylines – Natural Disasters Release Trailer Natural Disasters introduces a few ways for your city to go down. There are deadly thunderstorms, sinkholes… Read More »

MSI Plays Show And Tell With Motherboard M.2 Cooling Solution

By | November 29, 2016

MSI gaming motherboards built on the next generation 200-Series chipset platform will address thermal throttling issues on high-performance M.2 SSDs. MSI calls the included component “M.2 Shield,” according to a tweet from the company today. Motherboard surface space is limited with modern products and especially gaming-focused units. Many gamers and power users demand the latest… Read More »