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Desktop PicturesArticle Title: Parting ShotsMike Chamberlain contributes our final collection of desktop photos taken in Vietnam, Florida, Colorado, and Missouri. You can revisit our entire collection of archived desktop pictures.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Shrinking Into an Expanding WorldAuthor: Miraz JordanMiraz Jordan ponders the exciting world in which we live—a world where small is huge, carbon is king, graphene is queen, and atoms, anti-atoms, and photons are...
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Recollections of ATPM by the Plucky Comic ReliefAuthor: Edward GossAlthough his path will likely lead him to a Windows PC as his primary computing platform, Edward Goss has fond memories of Macintosh days of old.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: Growing Up With AppleAuthor: Frank H. WuFrank H. Wu describes the Apple computers he has experienced in the context of growing up in the late 1970s.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: From the Darkest HourAuthor: Tom BridgeTom Bridge reminisces 15 years of Macintosh computing from his IT guy perspective.
Segments: Slices from the Macintosh LifeArticle Title: About My Particular MacintoshesAuthor: David OzabDavid Ozab writes about the particular Macintoshes he owned during his time with About This Particular Macintosh.
MacMuserArticle Title: What Trick, What Device, What Starting-Hole…Author: Mark TennentMark Tennent remains ever on the lookout for the next big thing to come along.
Mac About TownArticle Title: What a Ride! And It Ain’t Over Yet!Author: Mike ChamberlainFrom Palm devices and AOL installation discs to iPhones and iPads, Mike Chamberlain reflects on the changes in his digital life since the time ATPM began publishing.
A pair of recent findings show how hackers can compromise Excel users without any fancy exploits.
Andrew Chung for Reuters: The U.S. Supreme Court in its term that concludes this week was not quite as business friendly as it has been in recent years, with President Donald Trump’s appointee Brett Kavanaugh writing a pivotal one of the batch of rulings that defied...
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Apple has agreed to invest $100 million in Japan Display Inc., better known as JDI, as the struggling LCD manufacturer continues efforts to restructure its business in a bid to stay afloat, according to a local report Thursday.
Join us at MacTech Pro Chicago About the Event Date: July 17, 2019 Time: All Day. See Detailed Schedule. Registration at 8:30am Sessions start at 9am. Day ends by 6pm. Location: Marriott Chicago Medical Center/UIC Sessions Chair: Ben Greiner The post MacTech Pro Chicago...
Apple has been skating to the privacy puck for years, and Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro argue it’s about time Apple got some credit for it. They also talk about John’s thesis that Disney Plus pricing threw a spanner into Apple’s plans for Apple TV Plus.
Susan Heavey, Tim Ahmann, Makini Brice, and David Shepardson for Reuters: U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday suggested the European Union was out of line in suing U.S. technology companies like Facebook and Alphabet Inc’s Google, saying legal action against those...
More than 50 percent of US lawmakers use Facebook tracking technology known as a pixel—including some of Facebook's biggest critics.
Limit the reach of falsehoods without stifling speech, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
You can now block certain channels from showing up in your “Up Next” list.
Apple has hired one of ARM's top chip engineers as the iPhone maker looks to expand its own chip development to more powerful devices, including the Mac, and new categories like a headset. Bloomberg reports: The company hired Mike Filippo in May for a chip architect...
There are popular products in Apple’s lineup of consumer products. But the resurgence of the Mac suggests that Apple realizes that scientists won’t be doing research that changes the world on an iPad.
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