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The global semiconductor industry is going through landmark tidal shifts that will impact all software. We review the scene and its implications on the platforms and devices and possible impacts on the CAD industry.
The Apple M1 Pro and M1 Max completely address the M1 chip’s solid but not great multicore performance, giving pros a huge reason to upgrade.
Mark Gurman’s Jade C-Chop and Jade C-Die codenames bear out in new M1 Pro and M1 Max chips for Apple. But the strategy seems odd if true but could work out well if the chopped section works up against the wafer perimeter.
The chip industry (semiconductor industry) is going through large-scale tidal shifts in design architecture and manufacturing leadership.
These two podcast shows aren’t just from architects who created the popular Archispeak podcast show, they both focus on technology.
Vectorworks Australia is the name of a new main office for the global design/BIM software maker, who acquires regional distributor OzCAD.
Apple Pro users may be very pleased today at Apple WWDC 2021. A rumored 16-in MacBook Pro may feature 64GB of integrated memory and much more!
The M1 chip inside the new 24-inch iMacs makes these entry-level desktop machines economically worthy contenders for CAD and DCC pros.
Apple Mac computers with the new M1 chip are remarkably fast. We heard this from Apple but we confirmed it with our testing. Take a look.
Shapr3D introduces Drawings feature and new Business plan, advances itself towards MCAD heavy weight territory with more to come.
Member Access (emTech) Section Plus for Xpresso #24 brings innovative news on M1 chip, Apple, VR, AR, headset, robotics, AI, architecture, and more…
Vulkan on Apple macOS is moving closer as Khronos and LunarG port Vulkan SDK to macOS platform to accelerate Vulkan Portability Initiative.
Apple plans for next round of Apple Silicon (Mac chips) revealed in several Bloomberg reports today—up to 32-core Mac chip in Mac Pro.
The ODA ships SDKs for Apple Silicon Macs — offering CAD and 3D developers on the Mac platform smooth transition to next-gen Macs support.
Apple delivers M1 processor as first Apple Silicon for a new generation of ground-breaking, next-generation computers.