Snow Leopard

  • How 10 Famous Technology Products Got Their Names

    Posted September 11, 2009 - 2:34 pm

    Coming up with a great technology product or service is only half the battle these days. Creating a name for said product that is at once cool but not too cool or exclusionary, marketable to both early adopters and a broader audience, and, of course, isn't already in use and protected by various trademarks and copyright laws is difficult—to say the least. The makers of these 10 tech products—the iPod, BlackBerry, Firefox, Twitter, Windows 7, ThinkPad, Android, Wikipedia, Mac OS X and the "Big Cats," and Red Hat Linux—all have displayed certain amounts marketing savvy, common sense and fun-loving spirit in settling on their products' names. Here are the intriguing, surprising and sometimes predictable accounts of their creation.
  • Mac OS X Snow Leopard: What's new for all users

    Posted September 4, 2009 - 2:30 pm

    Take InfoWorld's in-depth visual tour of the new Mac OS features that every user will want to know about
  • What business can expect from Mac OS X Snow Leopard

    Posted June 8, 2009 - 4:00 pm

    The newest Mac OS -- Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, due to be released later this summer -- has two major changes aimed directly at business users and the IT staff that supports them: tighter integration with Exchange and the end of AppleTalk.
  • OpenCL: What you need to know

    Posted August 6, 2008 - 2:54 pm

    But based on Apple's public statements about the next version of OS X, we know that Snow Leopard features some new technology that promises to more thoroughly utilize the potential processing capability of the powerful graphics processors included with many Macs. Apple is promoting the technology, OpenCL, as a new open standard for graphics. But what is OpenCL exactly?
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