Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised to develop security and privacy features in Apple products multiple times during the last few years, and his organization is delivering results. In June 2020 WWDC Conference, Apple introduced upgrades to the mobile phone operating Read >
When the first open source software products were published, many IT businesses were terrified. For instance, Microsoft was so hostile to the concept of open code that the father of Linux, Linus Torvalds, still is suspicious of the company Read >
General awareness about risks in automatic collection of individuals’ private data is growing quickly. Meanwhile, companies like Google, Facebook and Microsoft invent new ways to collect their customers’ data behind the scenes. For an ordinary person, probably the biggest data collector Read >
If you ask a generic question like “What is the best phone available at the moment”, experts tend to give different answers because they don’t know the requirements the user has for the device. Product tests conducted by offline and online Read >
I’m angry about it, really. The treatment around Steve Jobs, in books, in movies and on TV seems to depict him as part-genius, part-ogre, and seldom looks at him as Steve Jobs: Human. Read more at Computerworld.
I’m angry about it, really. The treatment around Steve Jobs, in books, in movies and on TV seems to depict him as part-genius, part-ogre, and seldom looks at him as Steve Jobs: Human.
Read more at Computerworld.
Apple’s key iPhone and iPad chip supplier TSMC is in the midst of informing customers that their component shipments will be delayed due to a massive virus outbreak in its factories.
Read more at VentureBeat.
For a few years, I have been wondering what is wrong with my MacBook Air. I preferred using other computers. When I got a Windows 10 laptop, I instantly realized what was wrong with my Mac. The user interface of macOS Read >