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AllThingsD, Macworld recap Tim Cook at D10

If you missed the D10 interview with Tim Cook on Tuesday night, then you should check out the roundup from AllThingsD. The lengthy post, which is an archive of the live blog, is filled with quotes and high-quality pictures from the event. You can also head over to Macworld which has an informat...

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Tim Cook's D10 conference keynote won't be streamed live

Apple CEO Tim Cook is scheduled to kick off AllThingsD'S D10 conference tonight at 6 pm PT and only a select few are being invited to view the opening keynote. According to a Fortune 2.0 report, 500 attendees are invited to attend the keynote, which won't be streamed live. Apple fans who want t...

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Hack in the Box conference features iPhone Dev Team

Turns out there are awesome conferences all over the world, and the hotness of mobile has only increased the number of quality get-togethers out there. Case in point: Hack in the Box, currently underway in Amsterdam. Learn more about the conference here or check out the agenda here. Friday Ma...

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Didn't get in to WWDC? Try some other awesome developer conferences

Nothing beats WWDC's access to Apple engineers, and the confluence of global (well, provided you were awake in time in certain parts of the globe) attendees. If you didn't get a ticket to WWDC, however, there are still plenty of other great developer conferences for Mac and iOS developers. Here a...

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Tim Cook to open D10 conference

AllThingsD announced today that Tim Cook will be the opening night speaker at the D10 conference in late May. It will be Cook's first appearance at a non-Apple or investor event since he took over as CEO of the company last year. D10 will be held May 29-31, 2012 at the Terranea Resort in Rancho...

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Cook: iCloud has 100 million users, 3 million Apple TVs sold last year

Tim Cook spoke at the Goldman Sachs Technology and Internet Conference, and he's shared a few up-to-date numbers about a few of Apple's platforms and services. iCloud is probably where he shared the most fascinating insight: The service now boasts over 100 million users, which is a very sizable us...

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Tim Cook speaks on labor, cash and culture during Goldman Sachs conference (Update)

Tim Cook presented remarks at a Goldman Sachs Technology Conference on February 14, and it turned out to be a quite lively affair. Cook opened up on a diverse array of topics ranging from Apple's commitment to improving working conditions at its suppliers all the way to what sounded to us like chok...

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WWDC Alerts will help make sure you get into Moscone

Two Mac developers have created an alerts service, which you can sign up for free right now, that will let you know the very moment that tickets go on sale for this year's WWDC in San Francisco. Just put in your cell phone number, send back one code for verification, and then you'll get a text ...

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Apple accessory developer conference pushes AirPlay, Bluetooth

Last week, Japanese blog Macotakara reported that Apple hosted its "Made For iPhone" (MFI) technology summit in Shenzen, China (translated version). The conference last week, including 2,000 accessory makers and OEMs, featured Apple's announcement of a new certification chip for MFI accessories...

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TED app goes universal, on iPhone now

TED's free iPad app has offered up quality videos and audio of the conference's famous guest speakers for a while, but the company recently updated the app to be universal. Now even while out and about on your iPhone, you can access some of the knowledge and wisdom being shared within the TED a...

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MacTech 2011 pulls in huge attendance, videos available now

MacTech Conference 2011 was held this week in Los Angeles, California, and since last year, this conference has definitely grown. There were almost twice as many people as last year's event, says MacTech publisher Neil Ticktin, reaching a total of almost 350 people. There were plenty of great s...

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MacTech benchmarks Parallels and VMware Fusion

The 2011 MacTech Conference starts up here in Los Angeles today, and TUAW will have reports and interviews live from the conference all week. Before things begin, however, MacTech has been busy benchmarking (as usual). Its latest benchmarking showdown features virtualization software options Pa...

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Apple announces iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour 2011

iOS developers around the world received a note from Apple today announcing iOS 5 Tech Talk World Tour 2011. This event, to be held in nine cities around the globe starting in November, is designed to give iOS developers access to Apple's experts in various aspects of iOS 5. The iOS 5 Tech Ta...

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360iDev: Mike Lee talks about mariachi, project engineering and Appsterdam

Mike Lee, former Apple and Delicious Monster employee, is among the most dynamic speakers on the Mac and Apple circuit -- whether he's telling dirty jokes or waxing poetic about beauty and insanity, he's always entertaining and insightful about product development and Apple culture in general. ...

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360iDev Denver: Matt Drance on the past and future of iOS development

This week's 360iDev conference in Denver, CO kicked off today with a keynote from former Apple employee Matt Drance, who offered a summary of what's changed (and what hasn't) since the last time he spoke to this conference two years ago. He also discussed the attitudes developers need to take t...

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