On this episode of the Intego Mac Podcast… Apple has been making its own chips for iOS devices for a while now, and it seems likely that the company will announce a move to the same ARM-based processors for Macs at the coming WorldWide Developer Conference. We discuss how Apple has changed processor architecture twice in the past, and cover some news about Dropbox, Zoom, the Brave web browser, and smart home devices.
- Smart appliances may not be worth money in long run, warns Which?
- Dropbox password manager uses zero-knowledge encryption
- Apple releases new open source ‘Password Manager Resources’ project for developers
- Daring Fireball: ‘What It’s Like to Get Doxed for Taking a Bike Ride’
- Privacy browser Brave busted for autocompleting URLs to versions it profits from
- Zoom closed account of U.S.-based Chinese activist “to comply with local law”
- Apple Plans to Announce Move to Its Own Mac Chips at WWDC
- ARM architecture
- Meltdown and Spectre: What Apple users need to know
- New iMac With ‘iPad Pro Design Language’ and Thin Bezels Reportedly Coming at WWDC
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