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WWDC may have come and gone with no new hardware, but for the astute Apple observer, there were plenty of clues to the product pipeline in what the company did announce.
Drance, a former Apple evangelist, takes an incisive look at this year's conference and how it signals changes coming from the very top of the company.
Serenity Caldwell and Chris Breen have calmed down enough to discuss their favorite 10 features announced at WWDC '14.
Apple debuted lots of new stuff at its developer conference. But the biggest innovation we saw may have been in the company itself.
A funny thing happened at the WWDC keynote: Developers became the real stars of the show.
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Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: The WWDC Realist Distortion Field.
We recently identified five features in iOS 8 that were cribbed from Android, but why stop there? Apple should nab these others too.
Fraser Speirs is a leader in bringing the iPad into schools. Here's what he thinks iOS 8 will bring to the education market that iOS 7 didn't.
With the advent of extensibility in iOS 8, Dan Moren argues, Apple's mobile OS is finally coming into its own as a mature platform.
Philip Michaels returns with another edition of the Macworld Pundit Showdown, featuring Peter Cohen, Jim Dalrymple, John Moltz, and Roman Loyola.
Whether you're a curious developer or a user waiting to get their hands on the Yosemite public beta, check out Ars Technica's guide on creating a hard drive partition. Keep your main computer usable and test all the things.
Apple dumped so much information on us at Monday's WWDC keynote, we let a few good stories go by without remark. Here's what you might have missed.
Apple is building a future in which sales numbers for the Mac (or for the Next Big Thing) don’t matter as much as the the users who hook into it and the stories they want to tell.
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