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devsugar: WWDC 2010 videos, slides, and sample code now available

Paid members of the iOS developer program who did not attend WWDC may want to head on over to Apple's WWDC 2010 video page. Roughly a billion hours (if my quick calculations can be believed) of WWDC session video is now available for download from iTunes. You'll be able to find videos on topics from...

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WWDC 2010: Beta 5 ready for download

Happy dub-dub everyone! The smell of new technology is in the air and we are practically breathless, we tell you, with happy anticipation. Already, Apple's Developer Site has begun its updates and we are just as excited as you are for the 4.0 Golden Master candidate and all the new developer...

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WWDC 2010: Bing coming to MobileSafari search

The rumor was partly true, Bing is indeed coming to the iOS search party; however, it will not be the default option as was speculated in January. During today's WWDC 2010 keynote address, Steve Jobs announced that Bing would be alongside Google and Yahoo as available search engine choices for...

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WWDC 2010: Netflix for iPhone coming this summer

During the WWDC 2010 keynote with Steve Jobs, the CEO of Netflix. Reed Hastings, came on stage to discuss the impending release of Netflix for iPhone. The app is slated to be available this summer and features the ability to both manage your queue and stream movies from your Instant queue. ...

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WWDC 2010 sells out in only 8 days

If you want to go to WWDC 2010 and haven't signed up yet, it's already too late. All passes for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, which runs June 7 - 11 at San Francisco's Moscone Center, were sold as of yesterday. The annual conference caters to Mac OS X and iPhone OS developers. Apple...

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Apple: Please use the Firefox browser to sign up for WWDC 2010

Our good buddy Jim Dalrymple over at The Loop brought up this useful piece of information for those developers who are rushing to sign up for WWDC 2010: As per Apple's own recommendation, don't use Safari 4.0.4 or earlier; use Firefox or the latest version of Safari. According to Jim's post, he...

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