With more people working at home these days, it’s essential to have an affordable, high-quality, secure, and reasonably powerful computer. Apple’s new MacBook Air fills the bill.
512 Pixels collected every default Mac wallpaper since 10.0 Cheetah, and there are high quality 5K versions available.
I think this is great. It’s cool to see how the default wallpaper has changed over time.
For a limited time, AT&T is offering a US$15/month prepaid plan that gives people 2GB of data with unlimited talk and text.
iMore has another fascinating interview as part of its ‘Celebrating Women in Tech’ series. This time it is with Niantic’s Director of Engineering and Head of AR Platform, Diana Hu.
The exciting thing here, with building things for AR, is that this is really new technology that hasn’t been created yet. I get to work with a lot of super-smart people and very caring people. And pushing the technology forward is exciting. For some of the innovations that we get to realize, I am one of the first people to see it before anyone else. It’s very exciting when that light bulb moment comes on and it is like, “Oh, we can connect these ideas from the past to what’s happening in the present to invent the future.” An example of this happened about two years ago.
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Google announced Thursday that it will resume its Chrome and Chrome OS update program, ZDNet reported. It paused the updates to avoid disruptions web developers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company said that starting next week, the current Chrome 80 release will start receiving security updates once againt. Chrome v81, initially scheduled to be released on March 17, was rescheduled for April 7, at which time, web developers and system administrators would have had the time to adapt to their new working conditions. The Chrome 82 release was canceled altogether, with features being reshuffled into Chrome 83 and other versions. Per the new adjusted schedule, Chrome 83 is now expected to be released somewhere in mid-May.
Key parts of the supply chain deny being been told of any production delay to the expected 5G iPhone, indicating it could arrive as expected.
A new patent outlines the ways that Apple could bring Face ID to future models of both the MacBook and the iMac.
Dr. Mac racked his brain for useful things your technology can do for you while you’re not going out much in Dr. Mac’s Rants & Raves Episode #376.
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