Category: iMac

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Google is ahead of Yandex in popularity in Russia

Through the efforts of the owners of Android devices Google has become the most popular Internet services in Russia: at least once a month with a website and apps for mobile devices are 20.5 million people. This follows statistics from TNS for April 2016.

Google is ahead of Yandex in popularity in Russia

According to analysts, in the past month at least once a month 20.5 million people visited Google using traditional and mobile versions, as well as applications for mobile devices.

In turn, the “Yandex”, the figure slightly lower …

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Judge: Apple may repeat the fate of Blackberry

Unlike Google, Facebook and Amazon, Apple pays little attention to the development of artificial intelligence. Machine learning development assistants and bots — absolute trend among tech giants. However, Apple is in no hurry to get involved in the battle of voice assistants on the market. If the company threatens the fate of Blackberry, which at the time was “missed” by the iPhone and was thrown to the side?

Judge: Apple may repeat the fate of Blackberry

Expert and developer Marco Arment believes that Apple is in the same …

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Russian officials will be transferred from MacBook to domestic products

Russian state bodies of different levels, from municipalities to Federal agencies — want to ban to buy laptops, tablets, e-readers, ATM’s, flash drives, flashlights and other equipment from foreign manufacturers, particularly the USA and China. Writes about this Life.

Russian officials will be transferred from MacBook to domestic products

Instead, the Ministry developed a draft decree of the Government, offering government agencies to go for the products of Russian developers — or their colleagues from the EEU countries (Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Armenia) …

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Each glass step is a new Apple Store in Union square to cost Apple $33 333

A glass staircase at the new Apple store on Union square in San Francisco cost the company $1 million, or about $333 for 33 one step at a time, as the cost of the facade of the building was $10 million, according to documents published by PatentlyApple.

Each glass step is a new Apple Store in Union square to cost Apple $33 333

Update sprinkler system to cost Apple $2.28 million, solar energy installation on the roof of the building $800 000, and for the installation of canopy, the company paid $150 000.

The glass doors of the new Apple store go to Post …

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Does it make sense to stick a webcam on the laptop

If you ever attended IT events or conferences dedicated to security, must have seen laptops with sealed chambers. This practice is quite widespread, so that such device can be seen even in cafeterias or at work.

Does it make sense to stick a webcam on the laptop

As it turned out, FBI Director James Comey also stick with duct tape the webcam on his laptop. Speaking at Kenyon College on the topic of data security, the head of us intelligence agencies said: “I saw it on the news and decided to do the same. Of course, I have a personal …

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Goodbye, Apple, or welcome to the world of bots

Apparently Apple lost sight of such areas as the development of artificial intelligence and machine learning. The company continues to specialize in the devices of glass and metal, filled with apps, while Facebook is developing bots, Amazon is developing a home assistant Alexa and Google updates seriously your personal assistant. Not so long ago Blackberry similarly ignored the iPhone. If Apple runs the risk of becoming the “new Blackberry”, yielding the palm in the development of advanced …

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Asus has announced the ZenBook premium laptop 3, which is “thinner, lighter and twice as fast as the MacBook”

Asus on the eve of the opening of the exhibition Computex 2016 introduced the ZenBook in laptop 3 slim by 11.9 mm body made of aluminum alloy used in the aerospace industry. The company stressed that the company used alloy is 50% stronger than traditional alloys used in notebooks. Device Asus is designed to compete with the MacBook.

Asus has announced the ZenBook premium laptop 3, which is "thinner, lighter and twice as fast as the MacBook"

The laptop features a 12.5-inch display with 72% NTSC color palette. The screen of the gadget protects durable glass Corning Gorilla Glass 4, and thanks to …

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Microcomputer Raspberry Pi turned into a tiny Apple III [video]

Using the Raspberry Pi can do lots of unusual and fun pieces, but all of that pales in comparison with a replica Apple III. For its production used blueprints of the real computer and 3D printer. The result is a computer that is almost identical to the real Apple III, only smaller.

Microcomputer Raspberry Pi turned into a tiny Apple III [video]

The Apple III was released in may 1980. He worked at Synertek processor with a frequency of 2 MHz and equipped with 128 KB of RAM. The launch was problematic, therefore the first 14 000 computers were …

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In search of the ideal: the best alternative to the Magic Mouse for your Mac

With the advent of modern input devices – high-precision touchpads with gesture support – there was a view that in everyday work with a computer mouse no longer needed. Many are under the impression that on a MacBook without any problems allows to work with graphics and even video without the “traditional” input devices. All tasks can be easily solved with the help of the touchpad. However, when I take the mouse to work behind the screen of the laptop or computer becomes much more …

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California Institute of technology has sued Apple, accusing it of violating patents for Wi-Fi

California Institute of technology (Caltech) have filed a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the company of patent infringements on his patents in the field of Wi-Fi. This is one of several proceedings related to the technologies used by the Californian giant in its mobile devices. According to the suit, as defendants, will also be made by Broadcom and Broadcom subsidiary of the company is Avago Technologies.

California Institute of technology has sued Apple, accusing it of violating patents for Wi-Fi

According to representatives of Caltech, the Cupertino-based company violated …



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