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Apple reportedly ramping up testing of its M3 chips
Apple reportedly ramping up testing of its M3 chips

As Apple prepares to launch its next M2 Macs, the company is already ramping up testing of M3 chips, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says in his latest “Power On” newsletter.  From his report: The company has begun putting next-generation Macs with the...

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RecordCast is a solid, free online screen recorder

If you’re looking for a decent screen recorder, but don’t need lots of bells and whistles, check out RecordCast. Plus, it’s free. After a bit of practice, you can capture a screen recording and edit it. No registration or other software is required. You can “grab”...

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MacTech Conference 2020

Join us at MacTech Conference 2020 The most amazing event for… Apple IT Pros, Enterprise, consultants, and techs. Main Conference: Wed-Fri, Nov 11-13, 2020 Pre-Conference Workshops: Tue, Nov 10th, 2020 Location: Greater Los Angeles Area, CA MacTech Conference is a...

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Kool Tools: AmberFin 10.5

Dalet Digital Media Systems (www.dalet.com) has released Dalet AmberFin, 10.5, which enables customers to make the best possible pictures with flexibility for their businesses. This update to the Dalet AmberFin platform marks the debut of Dalet AmberFin Dark enterprise transcode, Cinnafilm Tachyon GPU-accelerated frame-rate conversion (as part of (AT)3 toolbox), XAVC support, ARD-ZDF MXF Profiles and other significant features.

Kool Tools: BatchPhoto 4.0 for the Mac

Bits&Coffee’ BatchPhoto 4.0 is a solid update of its all-in-one photo manipulation program for Mac and PC that lets photographers, web designers, business people, and families enhance photos. To use you select a group of photographs, and, with a single operation edit, resize, convert, watermark, and rename every image in the group.


Kool Tools: Aud 5 Lightning connector dock

iLuv Creative Technology’s Aud 5 is the company’s first audio dock designed specifically for Lightning devices. If you’re the owner of a recent iDevice, you’ll appreciate the gadget, which lets you enjoy your music from an iPhone 5 or iPod touch/nano while charging the device.

The Aud 5 lets you utilize an Lightning device the same way you would a 30-pin device. It features a swiveling Lightning connector for docking and undocking. The Lightning connector allows the dock to feature full digital sound. It was built with full-range speakers and a passive radiator for deep, resonant bass.

CameraBag 2 lets you quickly apply filters, effects in 32-bit color

By Erik Vlietinck

CameraBag 2 is standalone application with a collection of filters and effects for editing images. It’s easy to use, comes with a huge collection of presets, and offers total control over adjustments and effects. Although it can be used for applying just one of the many presets — called styles — users can create their own styles from scratch.

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