Apple wants everyone to collaborate a technology that will sit above metal, Direct3D, and Vulcan that talks down to those disparate technologies. They provided a sample to show possibilities that they said they don't expect to be the standard. https://webkit.org/blog/7380/n...
Relevant quotes to dispel the paranoid ramblings posted by others.
"In order to expose a modern, low-level technology that can accelerate graphics and computation, we need to design an API that can be implemented on top of many systems, including those mentioned above."
"We don’t expect this to become the actual API that ends up in the standard, and maybe not even the one that the Community Group decides to start with, but we think there is a lot of value in working code."
quallschemdry writes: Having trouble logging in to Pokemon Go this weekend? You're not alone. A hacking team called OurMine has spent the past several hours hitting Pokemon Go's login servers with a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, leaving some players frustrated and unable to log in to the game. The group said it would not stop the attack until representatives from Pokemon Go contacted them. Read More
Mackeeper is the number 1 source of adware and malware on the Mac. This "security researcher" works for a company that is evil as f*ck. I'm guessing he hacked and shared the database and then claimed white hat glory for finding the breach. SMH.
Too lazy didn't Google. Is there a great benefit over command line apt-get install? apt is so crazy easy that I decided to battle brew and fink on the mac in a quest for the same goodness on my Mac only to be sorely disappointed.