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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.
Apple’s Lion holds features that will be very welcome to iterative design professionals like architects and product designers.
Autodesk sends out Apple WWDC-timed press release stating commitment to Apple Mac Platform — Announces Strong Positive Reaction in Design Community to Autodesk Alias Design 2010 for Mac.
What will Apple do for Apple’s 25th Macintosh Anniversary? In this article post we ponder three dreamy scenarios from the far-fetched and nostalgic to the ultra-powerful and completely impressive to the very likely…and very useful!
Craft Animations AB of Sweden releases new Craft Director Tools for Mac OS X version of Autodesk Maya
Without debate one of the most exciting announcements to hit the Macintosh CAD and 3D community in recent years was the decision Robert McNeel made to port the extremely well-regarded modeler to Apple’s Mac OS X platform. The project is taking some time as the company is developing Rhino for OS X alongside continuous improvements to the core program which competes with a good-sized group of other advanced modelers. Being this is Siggraph week I caught up with Bob McNeel, CEO of Robert McNeel and Associates, developers of Rhino, to discuss his company at Siggraph 2008 and the progress being made on Rhino for Mac OS X.
Growing Network Rendering Application Gains Additional Features in latest 4.03 Release