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App Store has 650K apps, 30B app downloads and 400M accounts

Apple kicked off WWDC 2012 with a few jokes from Siri and whole lotta sales figures. Here are the higlights from Cook's keynote: 400 million accounts in the App Store with credit cards and one-click payments 650,000 apps in the App Store 225,000 apps made just for the iPad 30...

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Dubdub Monday: Upcoming WWDC 2012 metaliveblog and TUAW community events

TUAW isn't just a blog, it's a community. And we're getting all excited for Monday's upcoming WWDC keynote. We want you to be part of the fun. Please join us for all the events and coverage during the day. We'll be hosting a special edition of TUAW TV Live before the keynote. We'll kick off...

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TUAW at WWDC 2012: How to find and pitch us

Three members of the TUAW team -- Mike Schramm, Brett Terpstra and myself -- are going to be in San Francisco next week for WWDC 2012. Apple has never let us into the keynote and likely never will, but we'll all live vicariously through our sister site Engadget and our own soon-to-be-announced...

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MacTech Boot Camps offer fine Apple consultant training at a great price

MacTech has posted its Boot Camp schedule for the rest of the year, including some excellent day-long training sessions for Apple IT professionals and consultants. The company will be in Washington, DC on June 27, then San Diego on August 7, Minneapolis on September 5, and finally Miami, Florida...

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IndieDevLab goes free

While TUAW will be at IndieDevLab hoping to get a look at upcoming (awesome) apps, we just got some great news for developers who wish to attend. Thanks to sponsorships, the price of the event just went free (just like Appsterdam, which will also be hosting a weeklong coworking space where yours...

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IndieDevLab announces speakers

Couldn't get tickets to WWDC or can't afford it? Be sure to check out IndieDevLab, which we wrote about here. Here's a quick recap: indiedevlab will pay host to many developers as a place to come during before and after WWDC to work/play and meet like minded people. Throughout the 4 days there...

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Apple opens nominations for 2012 Apple Design Awards

Every year Apple recognizes those iOS and OS X developers whose work is a step above the competition with its Apple Design Awards. Nominations for these outstanding apps start in the spring and the winners are announced at WWDC. This year will be no different. Starting today, Apple has kicked...

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MacTech Boot Camp

"MacTech Boot Camp is specifically designed for those techs and consultants supporting home users, small office/home office, and small-to-medium sized businesses. This one-day, hotel-based, seminar is designed specifically to help you be the most successful consultant you can be. Learn. Network....

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Pokertini from Smappsoft on display at Macworld | iWorld 2012

Smappsoft sought me out a few times at Macworld | iWorld this year, so I was glad to see what they've been up to. Last I saw the company, they were working on a puzzle game called Look Again, and since then they've released a few other titles, including Chinese 13 Card Poker and a version of Look...

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BearExtender turns its product mini at Macworld | iWorld 2012

Just before I headed out of San Francisco at the end of Macworld | iWorld last week, I met up with a few of the guys from BearExtender, who make an impressive product that will boost the Wi-Fi signal coming into your Mac. The guys were in San Francisco to show off the BearExtender Mini, which will...

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Kanex Sydnee recharging station traces design to an unusual source

Kanex is an accessories manufacturer that has traditionally built cables and connectors for Apple products. The company has recently brightened up its branding and is introducing some new products that are sure to grab some attention. I was able to take some photos of the new Kanex Sydnee iOS...

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Epson shows off the MegaPlex Digital Dock Projector at Macworld | iWorld 2012

Last week at Macworld | iWorld 2012, the imaging company Epson had set up a large area on the second floor to show off its latest product, the MegaPlex Digital Dock Projector. Epson makes a number of imaging products, including printers and projectors, but this is its first project driven by an...

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Macworld|iWorld's South Park talk

On the first day of Macworld|iWorld, one of the talks on the main stage was by three people who help bring the animated series South Park to life each week: David Lenna (CTO), Ryan Quincy (Animation Producer), and Eric Stough (Animation Director and Producer). It was an interview-format talk, with...

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Sanho previews CloudFTP at Macworld | iWorld 2012

Sanho had its Kickstarter-funded CloudFTP at Macworld | iWorld 2012 this year, and the project has generated a lot of excitement. Sanho's Daniel Chin originally sought $100,000 in funding through Kickstarter, but wound up with more than 2,700 backers and more than $262,000 by the time the pledge...

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Doxie's new DoxieGo + Wi-Fi: Demo video at Macworld iWorld 2012

Yesterday while I was on the show floor at Macworld | iWorld 2012, I came upon a 7-foot-tall scanner walking around. After I figured out that my cold medicine wasn't making me hallucinate, I knew that I was in the right place -- the Doxie booth. There I was able to interview Paul Scandariato of...

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