In a move that is sure to upset users, Apple may be preparing to bring far more ads to its iPhone and Mac platforms.
Apple has released patches to fix a major zero-day exploit impacting iOS, iPadOS, and macOS, an exploit that may already be in use.
Backblaze has announced version 8.0 of its Backblaze Computer Backup app, significantly increasing the performance over previous versions.
Qualcomm has its sights set on Apple, with plans to take on the company’s M1 processor.
Oracle has announced it is offering Arm-based cloud computing, using processors from Ampere Computing.
Apple has reported its quarterly results, delivering an astounding 54% year-over-year revenue growth.
Parallels has released the latest version of Parallels Desktop, boasting up to 30% faster performance running Arm Windows 10 on M1 Macs.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has his sights set on regaining Apple as a customer, thanks to Intel’s planned factories in Arizona.
Apple Maps has been updated to display COVID-19 vaccination locations, making it that much easier to set up an appointment.
Adobe has released the first version of Photoshop for Apple’s new M1 Macs, and the performance gains are impressive.
Microsoft has updated Visual Studio Code, adding support for Apple’s new Macs running on its M1 custom silicon.
The 2021 iPad Pro, expected later this month, is rumored to have an upgraded processor that will rival the M1 in Apple’s recent Macs.
Amid a slew of new rumors and information about the Apple Car, the company has hired Dr. Manfred Harrer, Porsche’s Vice President of Chassis Development.
Corellium has announced it has Ubuntu Linux running on an M1 Mac, in what is described as a “completely usable” experience.
Amid its escalating issues, Intel has announced new processor families, including one obviously aimed at Arm designs.