An accessible account of how Apple silicon chips use cores of two different types to do their work, and how to get the best from them as a user. The start…
It’s a strange coincidence that Intel and Microsoft came up with similar hardware of P and E core types in a SoC, and identical terminology for thread allocation using QoS.
Last April, Apple and Google surprised the world by collaborating on features to turn our smartphones into contact tracing systems. How did that work out then?
Time to take to the air with a Parrot ANAFI drone. Early experiences, sample video and images. Why use a flight simulator when you can fly (un)like a bird?
Does that app use Electron, Catalyst, SwiftUI, AppKit, or is it an iPhone app? How to find out easily.
Over the summer, the UK has seen steady rises in the number of new cases, but still hasn’t done anything effective to address its Second Wave. Why not?
Both New Zealand and England have adopted QR codes in their smartphone apps to prevent spread of Covid-19. How do they work?
There’s a reliable and accurate index for the heat which can’t be measured by iPhones or Macs, and isn’t understood by many anyway.
What has technology done for us over the last three months of pandemic? A look back with the wisdom of hindsight, and a pub menu.
Is the big problem not privacy at all, nor waking up to contacts, but inaccuracy in Bluetooth measuring distance? And how successful is contact tracing?