Edmund Ronald

Photoshop CS2s Filters Take Sharpening to New Level

Hello, and welcome back to our tour of Adobe Photoshop CS2. This tour is intended specifically for photographers, and it visits areas where extensive renovation has taken place. In the...

Microsoft: The Bull in the Color Shop

Microsoft is becoming more color-aware. In fact Microsoft, with input from Canon, plans a complete rewrite of the color game planin its Windows Color System integrated in the upcoming...

A Wish List for Photoshop

Photoshop CS2 has now been now out for a while, and, looking forward, I guess Adobe is finalizing the feature list for the CS3 version. This might be the...

Pros Appetite for Megapixels Is Sated

The megapixel race may have peaked. It seems to me that most pro photographers feel their cameras resolution is now high enough. Instead of more pixels, they would like...

Exploring the Cellular Frontier

Need a phone in Japan? The Vodafone counter at Tokyo Narita airport will sell you a phone with a prepaid card for around a hundred dollars, less of a...

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How SASE with Zero Trust Framework Secures Remote Workers

Our lives have been transformed by the COVID pandemic. We have changed the way we work remotely and are unlikely to be back to...

IBM’s LinuxONE III Express: Off the Shelf with Mainframe-Class Features 

The IBM mainframe endures as both a concept and commercial system for several factors, but chief among them is the architecture’s inherent flexibility. That...

Customer Empathy: Four Data Points for Understanding How the Pandemic Has Impacted the Customer Experience (CX)

The pandemic has impacted the customer experience in countless ways. Many everyday experiences that used to be physical (think dining out, buying groceries, or...

IBM Announces 2nm Process Technology And Becomes A Kingmaker

In the world of microprocessors, there is a battle going on: who will be the King of Process Technology? The outcome of that battle...

IBM Sets Another Smallness Record with 2nm Chip Blueprints

Okay, now that IBM has revealed its 2nm chip design and process blueprint, what's next? A virtual chip? Two nanometers is smaller in width...