Apple Stores now just called Apple — Although the public might continue to use the old phrasing, Apple has officially dropped the term Store from its worldwide retail locations, visitors to the company’s website have noticed. The individual webpages for each shop now simply mention the company and the outlet’s official name. Apple Store The Domain, for example, is now Apple The Domain. and the global flagship in New York City has been renamed Apple Fifth Avenue.
9 things every photographer should know about the new Mac OS Sierra — Mac OS Sierra, due soon, offers more to photographers, MacPhun explains.
Early Macs, ‘Think Different’ posters headline auction by shuttered Apple vendor Tekserve — After Monday’s closure of the New York City Tekserve retail and service location, nearly the entire array of Apple collectibles accumulated over two decades by the company will be sold in a live auction, with online bidding underway.
Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac released with macOS Sierra support, Toolbox app — Virtualisation software Parallels has issued its latest release, Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac, with a host of new features including support for Apple’s upcoming macOS Sierra, a standalone Toolbox app and performance improvements. Gamers get support for the Windows 10 Xbox app for streaming and playing Xbox games, and they can even play Blizzard’s hit game Overwatch.
Microsoft PowerShell goes open source, lands on Linux and Mac —
The folks in Redmond really do love the open source operating system. Microsoft announced Thursday that its automation and scripting system is breaking out of the confines of Windows and going open source.
Tesla lures away Apple’s director of Reliability Engineering — Electric car company Tesla has hired David Erhart, Apple’s (former) director of Reliability Engineering, to lead its own liability team. His new title? Senior director of Reliability and Test at Tesla.