The business approach to and pace of modern technological change is showing up as paralysis and depression, especially amongst our youth. Eventually, something has to give.
Not only do these signals not cause cancer, they are unable to do so without rewriting what we know of physics and biology. Here’s why.
Health monitoring the data-rich body is becoming big business. Apple is in the thick of it. That will change the face of the company.
Operations are supposed to be what Tim Cook does best. Under Steve Jobs he was the Chief Operating Officer at Apple. And while he may have done a great job there, he is a failure at it as CEO.
Apple is in a mini-crisis. No, Apple isn’t going away. No, Apple can’t ignore the crisis. What’s the best way to look at the situation?
Last January I said “Luminar makes image editing easy and enjoyable with an interface that adapts easily to different styles and skill levels.” A new version — Luminar 3 — does all that and more, with features and tools designed exclusively for improving photos quickly and easily.
Designers would win by being able to make more focused and less compromised designs; consumers would win with more choices; Apple would win with greater focused products, more revenue, better margins, and better market share.
John had macOS Mojave running on his MacBook all along, but the holidays brought the opportunity to upgrade his production Mac to Mojave as well. He had some interesting experiences.
On December 28th, 1998, Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin relaunched “Webintosh” as The Mac Observer, and Bryan runs through some highlights from the last 20 years.
Andrew has finally created a universal file naming scheme, something he has been working on for a while. Here’s how he did it.
Andrew recently bought an 11-inch iPad Pro. Here’s why he bought one and where it fits into his computing life.
This week’s Particle Debris starts with a retrospective on the promises fulfilled and the failures of the Apple HomePod.
Things change, so here are year-end updates on products Dr. Mac discussed or reviewed in his column earlier this year.
This week’s Particle Debris leads with an interesting aspect of being loyal to Apple and how much that costs.
You’re running out of time for holiday shopping, so here are Dr. Mac’s gift ideas guaranteed to please your beloved geeks whilst arriving in time for the holidays… (unless your holiday is Hanukkah, which ended on December 10).
This week’s Particle Debris column investigates what seem to be two hit pieces, but are actually deeply instructive for Mac and iPhone users.
Just because a focus of Apple is making metric boatloads of money doesn’t mean that worthy projects that surprise and delight the customer must remain off the table.
This year Dr. Mac auditioned numerous wired and wireless headsets. After countless hours of testing he found a pair of new devices he likes well enough to use occasionally and recommend without hesitation.
We’ve seen data breaches happening left and right lately, and someone should tell Silicon Valley that getting hacked isn’t a competition.
Apple has delivered a great product lineup for the 2018 holidays. Now, it’s time to look forward to 2019.