Twelve South has a new BackPack iMac shelf. It comes in different colors to match your device so you can display accessories
Benchmarks are out for Intel’s Alder Lake Core i9 chip. The raw numbers look like a win for PC users, even when compared with Apple’s M1 Max. However, as Macworld pointed out, there is a bit more to consider when making comparisons.
Geekbench 5’s OpenCL graphics benchmark results look dramatic. The PC laptops PCWorld tested have expensive discrete GPUs that offer peak performance, and it shows in the results. But a more applicable comparison is to examine the results for the integrated GPUs. In this case, the M1 Max and its 32-core GPU posts a 183 percent increase over the Alder Lake’s integrated GPU, an Iris Xe.
Dropbox has finally released a beta that contains native support for the M1 chip, after a long delay in making such a move.
A key figure in the development of Apple Silicon, Jeff Wilcox, has left Cupertino and is returning to his previous employer, Intel.
At CES 2022 Satech announced two new products. First, the Pro Hub Max that works with M1 Macs, and a multiport adapter with 8K HDMI.
One Senior Software Engineering Manager shared a picture of an M1 t-shirt commemorating the transition from Intel.
Fernando Cassia of The Register interviewed István Tóth. He talks about why external displays can often look bad with M1 Macs.
Amazon announced on Thursday that it’s bringing M1 Mac mini instances to the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).
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Qualcomm is preparing for battle with Cupertino and its M-series chips. It laid out its competition to Apple Silicon for Windows device, which will launch in 2023, The Verge reported. Perhaps most interesting of all is the fact that those working on this project used to work for Apple.
Dr. James Thompson, Qualcomm’s chief technology officer, announced the plans for the new chips at the company’s 2021 investor day event, with the goal of getting samples to hardware customers in about nine months ahead of product launches with the new chip in 2023. The new chip will be designed by the Nuvia team, which Qualcomm had bought earlier this year in a massive $1.4 billion acquisition. Nuvia, notably, was founded in 2019 by a trio of former Apple employees who had previously worked on the company’s A-series chips.