Apple partnered with Blackmagic Design on an external GPU for MacBooks

Apple announced external GPU support at last year’s WWDC, finally rolling out support for the feature back in March. Since then, a handful of manufacturers have brought Thunderbolt 3 functionality to their units, including, notably, Razer back in March. Alongside the release of new MacBook Pros,

A Lime scooter rider died this morning in Washington, D.C., marking the second fatality this month

Lime, the 18-month-old, San Francisco-based company whose bright green bicycles and scooters now dot cities throughout the U.S.,launched a pilot program in Tacoma, Washington, today, but that tiny victory might have felt short-lived. The reason: on opposite side of the country,

Japan’s Hayabusa 2 mission lands on the surface of a distant asteroid

The coolest mission you haven't heard of just hit a major milestone: the Japanese Hayabusa 2 probe has reached its destination, the asteroid Ryugu, and just deployed a pair of landers to its surface. Soon it will touch down itself and bring back a sample of Ryugu back to Earth! Are you kidding me?

Mithril Capital Management, cofounded by Ajay Royan and Peter Thiel, is leaving the Bay Area

From its glass-lined offices in San Francisco’s leafy Presidio national park, six-year-old Mithril Capital Management has happily flown under the radar. Now it’s leaving altogether and relocating its team to Austin, a spot that has “enough critical mass of a technical culture, an artisanal culture,

VCs say Silicon Valley isn’t the gold mine it used to be

In the days leading up to TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2018, The Economist published the cover story, ‘Why Startups Are Leaving Silicon Valley.’ The author outlined reasons why the Valley has “peaked.” Venture capital investors are deploying capital outside the Bay Area more than ever before.

Polestar unveils first production EV with aim to overtake Tesla

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Twitter bug sent user direct messages to developers for over a year

Twitter said that a “bug” sent user’s private direct messages to third-party developers “who were not authorized to receive them.” The social media giant began warning users Friday of the exposure with a message in the app. “The issue has persisted since May 2017,

Instagram denies it’s building Regramming. Here’s why it’d be a disaster

Instagram tells me Regramming, or the ability to instantly repost someone else’s feed post to your followers like a retweet, is “not happening”, not being built, and not being tested. And that’s good news for all Instagrammers.

Apple’s MacBook Pro refresh puts the focus back on creative pros

New MacBook Pros seemed like a no-brainer for WWDC. Like the rest of the company’s hardware line, however, they were a no-show. Sure,

App marketing platform AppLovinlaunches mobile application publishing studio, Lion Studios

Selling much more than breadsticks and calamari, app marketing platform AppLovin has launched a new application publishing studio to allow developers (of primarily mobile games) to concentrate on building great apps while AppLovin takes care of everything else.

The new MacBook Pro keyboards are quieter, but otherwise unchanged

Like any other line of work, tech journalists tend to get fixated on details. When Apple showed off its new MacBook Pros at an event this week, the company (and a small army of creative professionals) had a lot to say about specs. A majority of our questions, however,

New Android Handsets Will Need “Powered By Android” Logo To Get Google Play, Gmail, Etc.

For better or worse, Samsung, HTC, and the rest of the Android manufacturing lot just looove to mess with the way Google’s OS looks and feels. So much so, in fact, that the OS sometimes stops looking like Android at all. Seemingly annoyed by the lack of credit where credit is due,



微软TechEd 2015将被企业技术峰会取代

TechEd技术大会是为开发者和IT专业人士举办的年度微软主要技术峰会,自从1993年首届TechEd技术大会 […]

Google Celebrates Perseid Meteor Shower With Starstruck Doodle

Tuesday's Google Doodle illustrated the annual Perseid meteor shower, which has been taking place throughout the week.The animated illustration shows the phenomenon from various perspectives. Periodically, meteors dash across the screen as the different backgrounds move clockwise,

Study: Firmware Plagued By Poor Encryption and Backdoors

itwbennett writes: The first large-scale analysis of firmware has revealed poor security practices that could present opportunities for hackers probing the Internet of Things. Researchers with Eurecom, a technology-focused graduate school in France, developed a web crawler that plucked more than 30,

Software-defined networking on the edge

SDN can enable application performance, ease of management and simplicity of use for the unified wired and wireless access network but the true extent of this openness will be determined by vendors. Read more:

Adam Carolla Settles Podcast Suit With 'Patent Troll,' but the War Continues

Adam Carolla has come out victorious against Personal Audio, a company that has been trying to use a patent to claim royalties on his popular podcast.But by settling,




A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884, Georges-Pierre Seurat, Art Institute of Chicago有一段时间没有更新专栏了。在这段时间内我什么都没干。。。今天讲到面部情绪。在个人生活中,绝大多数的情绪信息是通过面孔传递出来的。



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