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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.
M1 based Mac computers offer stunning performance compared to Intel based Mac and Windows computers. Our testing reveals details.
The present age offers increasing threats to data and individual privacy. If Apple moves away from Intel on its Macs, future Macs can offer a much more secure enclave for users.
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) has rapidly become a must-attend event for those on the leading edge of technology. Beyond graphics, GPUs are powering and transforming Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, VR/AR/MR (realities) across a broad array of fields.
Intel’s new 14nm Xeon E5-v4 Xeon processors are out. While not the biggest update in recent memory, the new lithography process means less power to more cores and thus higher performance. This is a great time for Apple to update the Mac Pro. Perhaps the only time.
Will developers like Autodesk support Apple on ARM if they move their Mac platform? These and other issues need to be discussed in the latest rumor about Apple, OS X and ARM
Ironically Apple helped fund and establish ARM (Advanced RISC Machines) in the UK back at the time of the Apple Newton. Now with ARM based chips dominating both smartphones and tablet markets, it looks like Apple may once again move the entire industry to a new paradigm.
Mac CAD and 3D News – Kinect runs on Mac now, news on Apple and 3D and new Sandy Bridge tidbits.
Video highlights Luxology’s research into GPU rendering.
Intel goes Global to Talk Up New Nehalem Xeon 5500 Series Processors — Same Chips Shipped in Mac Exclusive a Month Ago.
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have some brief news items on Strata, Away3D, Intel’s new i7 processors and Pylon Technical, the makers of formZ add-on software.
Dreamworks and Intel team up on Super Bowl 3D.
A Guardian article by Chris Edwards takes a good look at graphics processing units and how they are the ‘piranhas of computing’
Longtime Mac stalwart Engineered Software, makers of the respected PowerCADD, will no longer support PowerPC Macs in future versions of PowerCADD