iodyne launches Pro Data, a 12 NVMe SSD solution with 8 Thunderbolt ports

iodyne’s Pro Data is a storage device that holds 12 NVMe SSDs and has eight Thunderbolt ports for video editors, photographers, audio engineers, and workgroup users who need massive storage space combined with the highest possible throughput. Pro Data works with any computer that has a Thunderbolt port, but is the most useful when paired with M1 Macs.… Read More iodyne launches Pro Data, a 12 NVMe SSD solution with 8 Thunderbolt ports

Facebook, the problem that doesn’t need to be one

Facebook has been in the news a lot, lately, did you notice? It’s difficult not to. Personally, I don’t understand what the fuss is about. Any human being, young or old, should steer clear of any development by someone who states: “The suckers let me have all their data”, when he started his company. The key word in that sentence once uttered by mr. Zuckerberg was “suckers”. The use of that word didn’t bode well for any form of decency or empathy. But I understand some of us have difficulty grasping the notion of predatory behaviour. And yet, it shouldn’t be too difficult to stop Facebook from destroying communities and democracies worldwide… Read More Facebook, the problem that doesn’t need to be one

Little Snitch 5, Big Sur’s preferred network filter and firewall

Little Snitch, the firewall and network filter that tells you which macOS apps leak data to servers outside your local network, has been upgraded to version 5. Little Snitch 5 now works on macOS Big Sur and has never been better. It has been given a stunning new design, more elaborate, less technical explanation of connection alerts, improved traffic statistics, a brand new command line interface and the seamless compatibility with macOS Big Sur.… Read More Little Snitch 5, Big Sur’s preferred network filter and firewall