OWC Blog – 5.12.20 (5.8.20)
Hang around a group of Mac power users long enough, and eventually, you’ll hear the term eGPU. As you can probably surmise from this article’s headline, eGPU is an acronym for “external Graphics Processing Unit.” The acronym is pronounced “eee-gee-pee-you,” not “egg-poo.” It describes an external chassis that is connected to a laptop computer via a high-bandwidth connection cable and provides more graphics processing power than is available from the laptop’s internal graphics processing unit (GPU). Let’s get into some more detail!
Source: eGPU 101: A Primer on External Graphics Processing Units
OWC Blog – 5.1.20 (4.30.20)
In the course of a few months, most of us have become accustomed to wearing face masks when we’re outside of our homes or businesses. If you own an iPhone X or 11, one thing is probably driving you slightly crazy about having to wear a mask — Face ID doesn’t recognize you. Trevor Tan, a reporter with the Straits Times of Singapore, outlined a simple method of setting up Face ID so it works with or without a mask, and I’m happy to say that it works!
Full Post: How to Set Up Face ID to Work With a Face Mask
OWC Blog – 4.24.20 (4.20.20)
Rocket Yard has been doing a series of articles designed to help deal with the issues many of us are facing as we work from home during the COVID-19 shelter-in-place order. But just because you are stuck at home doesn’t mean that you have to be stuck at your desk or kitchen table. You probably have a laptop, so try mixing things up a bit, and be mobile at home as you work from home!
Full Post: Work From Home Essentials: Going Mobile While Staying Home
OWC Blog – 4.23.20 (4.20.20)
Many consider April 22, 1970, to be the day that the modern environmental movement was born – it is the birthday of Earth Day. This year is the 50th anniversary, so we at Rocket Yard decided to expand our scope and recognize Earth Day all week. An “Earth Week” if you will.
Full Post: Earth Week: Day 1 – The Birthday of Earth Day
OWC Blog – 4.13.20
In the wake of COVID-19, concerts have shifted online and live-streams are the new normal. But how do you set your production apart in a sea of notifications? The answer: quality. That’s why Jam in the Van integrates OWC’s Envoy Pro EX into their live workflow.
Full Post: How Jam in the Van Keeps Live Streams Going With OWC