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Apple has swooped in and snapped up self-driving startup company Drive.ai, which was planning on closing down this week. The Cupertino-based firm has also hired The post Apple Acquires Self-Driving Startup Drive.ai appeared first on iLounge.
Within just a week from launch, the ECG app on the Apple Watch has already saved the life of a UK resident. Phil Harrison, Apple The post ECG App Given Credit For Saving UK Apple Watch User appeared first on iLounge.
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PEBKACArticle Title: Finales, Friendships, and the FutureAuthor: Christopher TurnerChristopher Turner looks at what is, for him, the really important take-away from his time on staff at About This Particular Macintosh.
BloggableArticle Title: One Last Time, With FeelingAuthor: Wes MeltzerIn one last Bloggable, Wes Meltzer offers a rumination about what a long, strange trip it’s been. He takes a detailed look at the case of Mike Daisey and agony, ecstasy and untruth, a cruise around the...
Welcome (and Goodbye)Author: Robert Paul LeitaoWarm up to this final issue of ATPM with a brief welcome by Robert Paul Leitao.
Next ActionsArticle Title: The Last ActionAuthor: Ed Eubanks Jr.Ed Eubanks offers concluding thoughts about the practices of GTD on the Mac and iOS, as well as one last look at the “landscape” of GTD applications.
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Publisher’s LetterAuthor: Michael TsaiATPM Publisher Michael Tsai writes about the difficult-but-inevitable decision to bring this chapter of the publication to a close.
The Personal Computing ParadigmArticle Title: How Cool Is Your Mac?Author: Michael TsaiMichael Tsai finds out whether a 17-year-old test can still quantify how cool your Mac is.
Apple Cider: Random Squeezings From a Mac UserArticle Title: Look How Far We’ve ComeAuthor: Tom IovinoTom Iovino shares his view of Macintosh computing, beginning with the summer of 1997 when the Apple faithful prayed their beloved computing platform would not be...
On a Clear Day, You Can See the Hollywood SignArticle Title: First and LastAuthor: Mike ShieldsMike Shields recaps his history with ATPM and lets you know where he can be read in the future. Because he can predict it.
Hardware ReviewArticle Title: TouchStream LPAuthor: Paul FatulaPaul Fatula writes about his favorite keyboard, an early exemplar of multi-touch technology.
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Software ReviewArticle Title: Draw Something 1.5.14Author: Linus LyAddictive social drawing game that makes you look forward to correct guesses.
Book ReviewArticle Title: Privacy and Big Data: The Players, Regulators, and StakeholdersAuthor: Sylvester RoqueOur final book review looks at just what is meant by privacy and who is looking out for our rights.
Accessory ReviewArticle Title: Camera I-OAuthor: Christopher TurnerChris Turner’s testing of a top-secret piece of gear can now be revealed as Tom Bihn releases the Camera I-O case to the world.
The Spinning BeachballAuthor: Grant OsborneGrant Osborne implies that rumors of liquid metal seem rather reminiscent. He also observes how issues of ATPM as well as a familiar multi-purpose device are all compatible with both a 90s-era Power Macintosh and a third generation...
Qaptain QwertyArticle Title: TouchéAuthor: Linus LyGotta run!
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