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Remembering eWorld, Apple's forgotten online service

Twenty years ago this month, Apple introduced an online service to compete with the likes of AOL, Prodigy, and CompuServe.

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WWDC 2014: The developers take the stage

A funny thing happened at the WWDC keynote: Developers became the real stars of the show.

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Hey, Apple! Don’t forget about the Windows users

Apple unveiled a number of features that will integrate iOS 8 with Mac OS X Yosemite but what about iPhone and iPad owners who use Windows?

on pcworld.com

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Apple Maps search may get personal, and much better, thanks to Spotsetter

Apple has reportedly acquired Spotsetter, a social search and mapping startup, after the service said that it had closed down.

on pcworld.com

Breaking down WWDC 2014

Live from San Francisco, we discuss Apple's announcements at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, including Extensions, Continuity, OS X interface changes, and photo backup. With guests Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett.

on techhive.com

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How Samsung and Apple stack up in the race to dominate digital health

Samsung is way ahead of Apple when it comes to fitness wearables, but each company is pushing health tools for developers and users as well. Who's got the goods?

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WWDC 2014: A love letter from Apple to developers

As this year's event draws to a close, one thing is clear: Apple is changing the way it related to developers, and for the better.

Reading List: Apple news you might have missed

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.

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Continuity is the future of Apple: The right device for the right space

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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Sherlocked! Nine technologies Apple disrupted at WWDC

This year’s WWDC keynote was packed with new technologies for iOS and OS X. While that's great for users, it could spell trouble for a number of competing products from other vendors.