Quordle gets a new home while we expect Apple’s M3 CPU.
Microsoft has begun the lengthy process of shutting down Windows. We will sell 10 sales by announcing the operating system via its own website on January 31st. The software will continue to be sold from third-party dealers and come pre-installed on laptops and PCs for some time, but it’s a big step toward the end of the venerable operating system.
Meanwhile, Apple introduced two new MacBook processors last week (the M2 Pro and M2 Max), implying that it’s time to plan for the inevitable M3 series. According to resources, the next-generation CPU might appear in a new MacBook Air and/or iMac later this year or in early 2024.
If Apple’s prior CPUs are any sign, expect improved performance and power efficiency.
Finally, Merriam-Webster has bought Wordle-clone Quordle, which is currently available on the publishing company’s website. It’s a bold step for the online word game, whose distinctive selling feature is that you must discover four words at the same time. It comes a year after The New York Times purchased Wordle.