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WWDC Finds: Slopes

I was at WWDC last week, talking to developers about what they've done and what they're working on. Almost all of the apps I saw were impressive, but I can't write about most of them yet. One that stuck out for me that I can write about is Slopes for iPhone. Slopes is all about gathering data while...

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The TUAW Daily Update Podcast for June 9, 2014

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get some the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by clicking the player at the top of ...

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Dev Interview: Larry O'Connor, Other World Computing

TUAW and MacTech are once again teaming up to interview developers surrounding Apple's announcements at WWDC. Hear what they have to say. Introduction We'd like to welcome our guest, Larry O'Connor, Founder & CEO at Other World Computing. Other World Computing develops products for Mac, iOS, a...

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WWDC 2014 session videos available online

Apple's WWDC event has exploded in popularity in recent years, making it extremely difficult for most interested developers to secure tickets. Not to worry, though, because session videos from WWDC 2014 are available for your viewing enjoyment via Apple's developer website. Per usual, the videos ...

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"Apple is looking old and stale"

In my post-Apple-WWDC-keynote haze, I did what I usually do after a big Apple event: I read anything and everything I could regarding the event. Analysis, rundowns, roundups, and galleries are all fair game, and to my surprise the general consensus -- even from the notoriously pessimistic Wall Str...

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TUAW TV Live: More revelations from WWDC 2014 (Updated)

This week, Shawn "Doc Rock" Boyd and I will be talking about the news coming out of San Franciso at the Apple World Wide Developer Conference. Sure, we all know about iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, but what about some of the details that are starting to emerge? It certainly appears that Apple has really...

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Apple's WWDC 2014 keynote was the most exciting in years

Just a few minutes into Apple's recent WWDC keynote, it was apparent that things were going to be a little bit different, a little bit more soulful if you will. After all, it's not too often that one sees a top Apple executive casually joke about calling the next iteration of OS X "OS X Weed." Fo...

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Apple announces 2014 Apple Design Award winners

Apple just delivered a fantastic WWDC keynote and is following up all this developer goodness with its annual Apple Design Award, which recognizes the best apps in the iOS and OS X App Store. The initial winner's list for 2014, as reported by the official App Store twitter account, is presented be...

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The TUAW Daily Update Podcast for June 2, 2014

It's a special WWDC Keynote edition of the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get some the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by ...

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iOS 8 details battery usage by app

Today's WWDC keynote was so chock full of new information that even Apple's own executives seemed to be rushing from new feature to new feature. Invariably, now that the dust has settled and people are getting their hands on iOS 8, new and intriguing tidbits that Apple didn't have time to touch on...

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Apple posts WWDC 2014 keynote online

Apple a short while ago posted its entire keynote online for your viewing pleasure where you can relive all of the event's greatest moments; from Craig Federighi talking about OS X Weed to a nice Photoshop mashup of Jony Ive with Federighi's hair. Relive the highs, the lows, and all the hearty la...

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Apple expands Touch ID functionality in iOS 8

When Apple first introduced Touch ID last year, its functionality was somewhat limited to the extent that it only allowed users to unlock their device and authorize App Store purchases. With iOS 8, Apple is taking Touch ID functionality just a tad further. During today's WWDC keynote, Apple's Cra...

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WWDC '14 keynote in 90 seconds

Don't have the time to watch the entire two hour keynote video? Alrighty, then: ...

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Apple's awesome iOS Camera feature they didn't mention on stage

Apple spent a whole lot of time talking about photos today during its WWDC 2014 keynote address. From iCloud Photo Library to smart image adjustments, there is clearly a lot to be excited about for iOS shutterbugs. But there is one feature that wasn't mentioned on-stage, yet it has appeared on App...

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WWDC 2014: HomeKit brings smart home services under one app

You can already use your iOS device to control compatible devices in your home such as the garage door, thermostat and lighting. Currently each of these services are controlled by their own app, each with its own way of doing things from networking to security. Apple thought it could make things a...

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