Tag Archive: Engineering


Best deals of the week: 72% off Bluetooth cloud earbuds, Amazon engineering bootcamp, and more [Deals]

Don’t miss your chance to shop the week’s best deals at Cult of Mac deals, including wireless Bluetooth ear buds, the Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp bundle, and more.   Wireless Bluetooth Cloud Buds – 72% off Go hands-free with…Read more ›

Best deals of the week: 72% off Bluetooth cloud earbuds, Amazon engineering bootcamp, and more [Deals]

Don’t miss your chance to shop the week’s best deals at Cult of Mac deals, including wireless Bluetooth ear buds, the Amazon Web Services Engineer Bootcamp bundle, and more.   Wireless Bluetooth Cloud Buds – 72% off Go hands-free with…Read more ›

Apple wins supreme engineering award for glass lantern store in Turkey

  Apple has won another architectural award for the innovative glass engineering used to create its impossibly perfect glass lantern store in Istanbul, Turkey. The Apple Store at the Zorlu Center in Turkey took home the Supreme award for structural…Read more ›

How Sonos Used Clever Software Engineering To Make A $50 Gadget Obsolete

It’s not often that a company announces that they’ve figured out a way to make people stop paying for a piece of hardware by purposely making it obsolete, but that’s just what Sonos has done. Sonos has just announced that…Read more ›

Mac Setups: An Electrical Engineering Student’s Desk

The Mac Desk of an Electrical Engineer student

This weeks featured Mac setup comes to us from David G., an university student studying Electrical Engineering. Let’s get right to the details!

What hardware does your setup consist of?

My Apple setup has the following:

iMac 27″ (late 2011 model) – Core i5 CPU, with OS X for work and Windows in Bootcamp for gaming MacBook Pro Retina 13″[Read More…]

Mac Setups: An Electrical Engineering Student’s Desk

The Mac Desk of an Electrical Engineer student

This weeks featured Mac setup comes to us from David G., an university student studying Electrical Engineering. Let’s get right to the details!

What hardware does your setup consist of?

My Apple setup has the following:

iMac 27″ (late 2011 model) – Core i5 CPU, with OS X for work and Windows in Bootcamp for gaming MacBook Pro Retina 13″[Read More…]

Apple’s VP Of Mac Hardware Engineering Is Leaving To Make A New Tesla

Tesla Motors announced this afternoon that it has managed to snatch up Doug Field who has been serving as Apple’s Vice President of Mac Hardware Engineering for the past five years. Field is joining the Tesla as its new Vice…Read more ›

The post Apple’s VP Of Mac Hardware Engineering Is Leaving To Make A New Tesla appeared first on Cult of Mac.

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Apple Seeking An Engineering Manager To Help With Next-Generation Apple TV

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Along with the recent job listing with hints that Apple might bring USB 3.0 support to iOS devices, there’s a second notable job listing that Apple posted today that relates to the future of Apple TV.

We’ve heard a lot of rumors lately that Apple wants to beef up the Apple TV and possibly add more apps and a developer SDK. The creator of the Xbox even thinks Apple can squash  [Read More…]

Apple Awarded Technology & Engineering Emmy At CES [CES 2013]

Apple-Emmy

Apple was awarded a Technology & Engineering Emmy on Thursday evening during a ceremony at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Launched in 1948, the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards honor “development and innovation in broadcast technology and recognize companies, organizations and individuals for breakthroughs in technology that have a significant effect on television engineering.”

Apple’s award is for its “Eco-system for Real Time Presentation of TV Content to Mobile Devices without the use  [Read More…]

AllThingsD: Apple’s Not Buying Color, They’re Just Acquiring The Engineering Team

This man has not sold two companies to Apple.

Yesterday, a new report said that Apple bought Color, a photo sharing service turn internet broadcast tool that managed to acquire $ 41 million in venture capital before it ever released, and has widely been considered a bit of a joke ever sense.

The report didn’t make sense. Why would Apple buy a startup that had released nothing but, in the words of  [Read More…]