Apple Upgrades The MacBook Pro, Releases M2 Pro & M2 Max

The first revisions to the MacBook Pro 14"/16", introduced 15 months ago, have now made their debut before hitting the market. Apple has withdrawn the curtain and revealed the devices' improvements and what customers can expect.
Tuesday, Jan 17, 2023, 17:25 Mac: Hardware
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Monday, Dec 05, 2022, 17:44

The EU's €387K Virtual Party – Very Expensive & With Hardly Any Guests

The Metaverse has yet to step into its own stride or capture much of the market’s attention. Facebook’s recent inability to recognize this has led to the service’s widespread ridicule, which has apparently failed to stand out to the EU. After organizing a virtual party on the platform with barely any visitors – and investing a considerable sum in the process, maybe it’s become a little bit clearer to Brussels that money doesn’t buy happiness – or even party attendees.
 
Tuesday, Aug 02, 2022, 17:48

Apple Services – Russian Provider Reroutes Data

Similarly to many other large companies with presence online, Apple possesses its own IPv4 address space. For a few hours at the end of last month, however, the Californian company found itself no longer master of its own platform as a Russian provider rerouted traffic from Apple's servers to its own.
 
Thursday, Jul 01, 2021, 14:00

iCloud Data On Google Servers: Apple Relying More & More On Google Cloud

According to current reports, Apple has recently become Google Cloud's biggest customer – where Apple hosts a good portion of its cloud data. In the course of the last year, the percentage of Apple data on Google Cloud servers has seen a 50% increase. At the moment, there is no other company that relies so heavily on Google Cloud.
 
Thursday, Sep 03, 2020, 12:10

30 years of Photoshop — and Video, how Photoshop 1 works on Mac

One of the great veterans of the software world is celebrating it’s 30th birthday today! On February 3rd, 1990, Photoshop 1.0 was released for Mac—and not only for Mac. Here, we take a quick look at how Photoshop came to be. We’ve also included a Video which shows current graphic designers trying out version 1.0 again.