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Apple announces major revisions to Photos apps, expands generative AI across MacOS News 

Apple announces major revisions to Photos apps, expands generative AI across MacOS

Apple today previewed iOS 18, featuring what the company says is the “biggest redesign” ever of the Photos app. Photo libraries are now automatically organized in a new single view in Photos, and helpful new collections keep favorites easily accessible.  iOS 18 also introduces Apple Intelligence, the personal intelligence system for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that combines generative models with... Read More
From Pixels to Perception: The Marketing Odyssey of Gee Ranasinha Marketing Podcasts 

From Pixels to Perception: The Marketing Odyssey of Gee Ranasinha

Unlock the mysteries of marketing’s impact on business success as Gee Ranasinha, CEO of Kexino, takes us on a revealing expedition into the heart of digital transformation and strategic branding. The conversation with Gary Pageau of the Dead Pixels Society travels from the early days of digital photography to the intricacies of crafting marketing strategies that resonate with consumers and outshine the competition. Reflecting on his... Read More
Apple Vision Pro available in the U.S. on Feb. 2 News 

Apple Vision Pro available in the U.S. on Feb. 2

Apple announced the Apple Vision Pro headset will be available beginning Friday, Feb. 2, at all U.S. Apple Store locations and the U.S. Apple Store online. Vision Pro is a spatial computer that blends digital content with the physical world and unlocks powerful spatial experiences in visionOS, controlled by a user’s eyes, hands, and voice. An all-new App Store provides... Read More
Apple iPhone 15 Pro brings pro portrait features to smartphones New Products Opinion 

Apple iPhone 15 Pro brings pro portrait features to smartphones

Apple unveiled the latest iPhones with the iPhone 15 family. The new series departs from the traditional iPhone feature set in some notable ways, particularly in the adoption of the USB-C connector, instead of Apple’s proprietary Lightning connector. From a workflow standpoint, the change to a USB-C connection opens a whole host of new accessories, coupled with faster transfer speeds... Read More
Setting the Record Straight: Kodak Digital History Marketing News Podcasts 

Setting the Record Straight: Kodak Digital History

Ready to uncover the journey from film to digital photography? In this episode, Gary Pageau of the Dead Pixels Society talks with four former Eastman Kodak Co. executives – Ben Gibson, Bill Jackson, Mike McDougall, and Craig McGowan – who were there on the front lines of early consumer digital imaging. In this conversation, our very first panel discussion traverses the winding path from film to digital, dissecting the trials and triumphs... Read More
Apple launches Vision Pro headset, MacOS Sonoma and more New Products 

Apple launches Vision Pro headset, MacOS Sonoma and more

  At the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) today, Apple Inc. debuted several new products, including a “spatial computer” headset, the $3,500 Apple Vision Pro, macOS Sonoma, Mac Studio and Mac Pro computers, and more. Apple Vision Pro Apple unveiled Apple Vision Pro, featuring visionOS, “the world’s first spatial operating system,” the company said. The design of Vision Pro features... Read More
IDC: Smartphone market suffers fifth consecutive decline in global shipments in Q3 Market research News 

IDC: Smartphone market suffers fifth consecutive decline in global shipments in Q3

Worldwide smartphone shipments declined 9.7% year over year to 301.9 million units in the third quarter of 2022 (3Q22), according to preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker. The drop marks the largest-ever third-quarter decline and the fifth consecutive quarter of decline for the smartphone market as shipments continue to struggle amidst weakened global demand... Read More