In Other News: Jony Ive Is Departing From Apple

Jony Ive Jony Ive departing from Apple. Everyone come and go but this wasn’t expected. Or was it? There are many ways to look at this news. Obviously, this is the end of a era at Apple. But what does it mean for Apple in the short and the long term? Here are my thoughts... Continue Reading →

Continuing my photo legend series, here is my newest one titled: "Life". We made a small weekend trip last week at the Von Trapp Family lodge in Vermont, US to meet our American friends from Denver, CO. While walking with them, I had this instant love affair with this flower that was just waiting for... Continue Reading →

Say No To Facebook Libra

After being a tool to break hour privacy and democracy, Facebook is looking to help break the banking system. Libra is a solution in search of a problem (except maybe in the US with its archaic banking system). What if other governments don’t like what Libra does to their local currency, perhaps by undermining financial... Continue Reading →

Apple’s iWork Updated

An already great application suite and an unrated one just got even better. Please update all your Apple devices to get these updates. You'll thank me later. Please read my comments about iWork here. Pages Updated to version 8.1 Keynote Updated to version 8.1 Numbers Updated to version 8.1

Editing RAW Images In iPadOS 13 Beta 2

Today I tested iPadOS 13 beta 2 ability to import RAW images from an SD card straight from my Nikon D750 so I can do my editing process on the iPad. I attempted editing one of the RAW image with Apple’s Photos.app, Pixelmator Photo and Darkroom. I’ll skip the importation process as this will be... Continue Reading →

Google Getting Out Of The Tablet Market

The Google Pixel Slate product line is dead. Is Google getting out of the tablet market surprising? What was their share of this market compared to Samsung and others? Probably not very much. The tablet market is mainly owned by Apple from a revenue standpoint. Samsung being behind in a very fragmented market. Market Share... Continue Reading →

Adobe Lightroom Returns To The Mac App Store

Adobe Lightroom returns to the Mac App Store. This one is a surprise. Why? Surprising because Adobe has to pay 30% of their sales to Apple in order to be on their online store. Another surprise is the amount of Adobe Creative Cloud storage users will get with their subscription: 1 TB. Compare this to... Continue Reading →

Quality Beta Testing Available For iPadOS

Since Apple released iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, developers are all at work trying to figure what is new and how to take advantage of it. As a previous indie developer myself, I know how hard it is to work through those version transitions. In order to contribute to all of this, I'm offering quality... Continue Reading →

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