- Former Lamborghini exec will help steer Apple car design team
- Apple's patent history reveals a major push into autos
- Why Apple never shipped M1 Mac Pro when it was ready
- BIG - EU adopts final approval of new rules for app stores
- This is what Saudi Arabia's 100-mile long emission-free smart city could look like.
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This week's stories
Former Lamborghini exec will help steer Apple car design team
- A former Lamborghini executive recently joined Apple to lead design of the company's long-rumored self-driving car, according to a new report Wednesday.
Apple's patent history reveals a major push into autos
- Nikkei and Intellectual Property Landscape found that as of June 1, Apple applied for and published 248 automobile-related patents after 2000.
Why Apple never shipped M1 Mac Pro when it was ready
- Apple reportedly had an M1-powered Mac Pro ready to ship months ago but decided against launching it. Instead, the company decided to unveil an M2 Extreme-powered version later this year.
Anker pushes GaN envelope with 6 new fast chargers
DMA: Council gives final approval to new rules for fair competition online
- With the final adoption of the Digital Markets Act, we will finally make large online platforms responsible for their actions. Hereby, the EU will change the online space worldwide.
Enter to win a 3-in-1 MagSafe charging station and 200W GaN charger bundle [Cult of Mac giveaway]
- This week we are teaming up with Ugreen to give two lucky winners a shot at winning a sleek 3-in-1 MagSafe Wireless Charging Station, retailing at $159.99, plus a six-port Nexode 200W USB-C Desktop Charger priced at $199.99.
This is what Saudi Arabia's 100-mile long emission-free smart city could look like
- In 2021, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman revealed the country's plans to build The Line, a smart linear city that will be constructed vertically, have no roads or cars and run purely on renewable energy. Now, the Saudi government has released image renders of what The Line