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Apple's foldable MacBooks rumored to ship in 2026 (2 minute read)

Apple's foldable MacBooks rumored to ship in 2026 (2 minute read)

Apple is reportedly working on a MacBook with a folding display. While previous rumors suggest that the company will go with a 20-inch display, Apple is supposedly also considering an 18.8-inch panel. The 20-inch version will look similar to a 14- to 15-inch MacBook when closed. Apple is working with LG Display to make the folding screen as crease-free as possible. The device could go into production as soon as the end of next year.
How this Googler Got the Highest Rating Twice (8 minute read)
May 24 | Webdev

How this Googler Got the Highest Rating Twice (8 minute read)

Akash Mukherjee shares his journey of achieving the highest rating (top 1% of Google engineers) twice at Google. Mukherjee took the time to build a strong foundation and focused on impactful projects to gain organizational visibility. When he transitioned to a leadership role, he learned to balance support and feedback, which allowed him to be more communicative and transparent with his team.
Meta Introduces Chameleon, a State-of-the-art Multimodal Model (4 minute read)
May 24 | Design

Meta Introduces Chameleon, a State-of-the-art Multimodal Model (4 minute read)

Chameleon, Meta's new multimodal model, integrates text, images, and code into a unified token space. This allows it to seamlessly reason over and generate interleaved image and text sequences without needing modality-specific components. Designed to achieve state-of-the-art performance, Chameleon outperforms many competitors in tasks like visual question answering and image captioning.
The Pixar Social Media Strategy (4 minute read)
May 24 | Marketing

The Pixar Social Media Strategy (4 minute read)

Pixar tailors unique voices and tones for each social media platform it uses to engage specific demographics effectively. On Threads, it adopts a trendy, experimental tone, while TikTok content is aimed at Gen Z with trend-heavy, ‘TikTokish' content. X is used for company updates and trends targeting millennials. Its Instagram account features polished content for a broader audience, and its Facebook focuses on global millennials. This approach increased overall engagement by 47% and resulted in a 126% increase in followers aged 13-25.

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