Apple News & Reviews - Page 5
More Apple News
Chris Preimesberger | Updated
Please join us Feb. 14 for a timely #eWEEKchat about new-generation application and platform development.
Apple addresses multiple security vulnerabilities across its desktop and mobile operating systems, including the ChaiOS flaw that enabled attackers to crash a device with a text link.
Increasing numbers of big-data workloads and the rise of real-time computing have slowed production in the cloud; conventional architectures have been unable to meet future demand. Edge computing is coming to the rescue.
How chatbots actually will be impacting the human workforce in the future is anybody’s guess. Maybe we someday will see chatbots hiring humans to do grunt work for them.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again, a security researcher has found a way to easily bypass macOS password security, though this time the impact is minimal.
NEWS ANALYSIS: "Fun" is now becoming "functional." For example, the use of virtual and augmented reality started out as “fun” consumer apps and are now being used in health care, oil and gas exploration and myriad other professional applications.
Dell, that bastion of the good ole blue-collar portable PC that you can bang around and watch it keep going like the Energizer bunny, is aiming to move higher up the “cool” scale with its latest products.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Reversing course, Apple details information about battery life in a conciliatory letter that seeks to assuage customer anger over device performance.
New Thunderbolt external and mobile drives, dock and display adapters will be introduced at CES next month.
Apple confirmed that it released a feature in 2016 for iPhone 6, iPhone 6s and iPhone SE models that adjusts device performance to smooth out power consumption depending on operating conditions and battery age.
Photosynth is back, this time as a new picture-taking feature in the Microsoft Pix application that can be used to capture an entire scene.
Joint customers can now use Microsoft EMS and Jamf Pro Mac to help bridge the Windows-Apple management divide at enterprises with mixed-device fleets.