Tag Archive: Monitor


Apple’s ambitions as a mobile health company took a giant leap forward over the weekend, as HealthKit was connected to more than 80,000 patient files at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. This means that Cedars-Sinai doctors now have the… Read more ›

Whether testing performance of an application, OS X animations, or just out of general curiosity, you can measure the refresh rate in Frames Per Second of onscreen actions and animations on the Mac by using a free developer tool from Apple called Quartz Debug. Part of the Graphics Tools package of Xcode, Quartz Debug can … Read More

LAS VEGAS — Monitoring diabetes can be a pain (literally). Keeping track of your loved one’s diabetes is even harder, especially if you’re trying to ensure your tech-illiterate granny’s blood-sugar levels aren’t spiking. Now you’ll finally be able to monitor… Read more ›

Most of my work day is spent at a 27-inch iMac, circa 2009. It’s admittedly getting a bit long in the tooth, but buffed up with as much RAM as it can take and a homemade Fusion Drive, and it… Read more ›

Got a MacBook that you just love but find that the screen sometimes leaves you wanting more? Ever dream about owning a huge 27 inch Thunderbolt monitor so you can work with every pixel unhindered? You could make that dream… Read more ›

I’ve been a runner for a long time. I trained for (and ran) the 1994 Los Angeles Marathon. I’ve run 5K races, half marathons and relays for full marathons up here in Alaska, too. I find that running gives me… Read more ›

  Swann’s bottomless lineup of security and wifi cameras — the company even sells a camera that isn’t actually a camera — has just added a new model, with a unusual twist. In addition to all the high-tech bells and… Read more ›

Ever have that situation at school where a teacher who doesn’t seem to like you gives you a bizarrely good end-of-year grade? That seems to be the case with Apple’s court-appointed monitor Michael Bromwich, who describes the company as being… Read more ›

Look at this graph. Just look at it. The colored section represents all color visible to the human eye. The large black triangle shows the Adobe RGB color space, which is the space used by pro apps to process images,… Read more ›

At this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, the themes were – as we expected – waterproof phones, smart-watches and NFC (again). Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 was a high-profile example of the waterproof trend, and the company also showed… Read more ›