Apple chief executive Steve Jobs shows off Tiger, the next version of Mac OS X, which has more than 150 new features
By ZDNet UK
| June 29, 2004 -- 10:55 GMT (03:55 PDT)
| Topic: Hardware
Unusual tech idols, so many Raspberry Pis, pioneer mobiles, luxury smartwatches, failed launches: Photos
3D body parts, iPhone privacy, tech's undead, vintage Macs, drool-worthy canteen food and more: Photos of the month
Robot dog, best AI films, iPhone 6 launch, Cold War bunker, email overload: Photos of the month
3D sweets, bots for tots, see-through trucks, Arduino pianos, and more: Photos
Lithuanian man pleads guilty to scamming Google and Facebook out of $123 million
Man posed as hardware vendor to trick Google and Facebook into sending payments to his bank accounts.
The best Chromebooks for business in 2019
The latest Chromebooks are no longer just for education: a new generation is aimed squarely at business users.
Global security spending to top $103 billion in 2019, says IDC
Large enterprises will spend the most and managed security services will get plenty of attention.
The future of graphics is unquestionably AI image generation: Jensen Huang
Nvidia CEO tells ZDNet that a new take on Quake II points the way to the future.
iMac Pro upgrade: How to spend over $15k in 15 seconds
Alongside the iMac upgrade, Apple also silently updated the iMac Pro, making it even easier to spend more than $15,000 on a Mac.
HP launches enterprise Reverb VR handset, aims for HTC Vive
Apple gives the iMac a performance boost
Apple updates the iMac lineup with faster processors and updated graphics.
Pascal GeForce GTX cards could get ray tracing with driver update
Superseded architecture to get basic capabilities of beefier stablemate.
Pure Storage, Nvidia, Cisco launch AI hyperscale systems
Pure Storage is expanding its AIRI lineup of systems for artificial intelligence and machine learning workloads.