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Apple releases WWDC 2011 videos

WWDC 2011 session videos are now available in iTunes. These HD videos can be downloaded and viewed for your developing pleasure but require paid program credentials to access. All material in the sessions remains under Apple's confidential information NDA. Have fun, and we'll see you back in...

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WWDC Interview: iPhorex

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Christopher Gnanakone of iPhorex at WWDC 2011. Christopher was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward. TUAW and MacTech Magazine teamed...

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Video App Demo: ToDone

We've covered our share of productivity apps, from the simple to the complex, and ToDone tends towards the simple. As a "to do" app for the iPhone and iPod touch, it offers all the nice things you'd want: a clean interface, simple method of data entry and a history of previous items. Sujal Shah...

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WWDC Interview: MacPaw

MacPaw makes CleanMyMac, a tool designed to keep your Mac running smoothly. We compared MacPaw to competing products here. In this video, Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Oleksandr Kosovan of MacPaw at WWDC 2011. Oleksandr was kind enough to tell us about...

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WWDC Interview: Ten One Design

We got a look at the Fling from Ten One Design at Macworld, and here we are to take a look at their smaller version for the iPhone. The Fling is designed to give you a thumbstick on your iPad, and we found it works better than all the rest (certainly better than the Joystick-IT from ThinkGeek)....

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WWDC Interview: Southern Stars

Southern Stars made the first RS-232 dock connector interface, which we saw at MacTech last year, but they also make a really awesome stargazing app called SkySafari. I sat down with Tim DeBenedictis of Southern Stars to talk about their apps, the cable and how WWDC announcements will affect...

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WWDC Interview: WebIS

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Chris McSorley of WebIS, makers of Pocket Informant, at WWDC 2011. Chris was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward. TUAW and MacTech...

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WWDC Interview: HearPlanet

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Steven Echtman of HearPlanet at WWDC 2011. HearPlanet offers an intriguing service: a location-based audio tour guide app. Available for iOS and Android, HearPlanet partners up with businesses and individuals to publish...

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Video App Demo: Meeting Spot

We spoke to Nilay Patel of Selligy at WWDC, and he was kind enough to show us Meeting Spot, an app for visitors in San Francisco attending events near Moscone Center. Selligy's backend technology sounds promising, as it goes beyond mere location-based data or simple keyword matches, and tries...

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WWDC Interview: Ultralingua

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Jeff Ondich of Ultralingua at WWDC 2011. Jeff was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements at WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward. TUAW and MacTech Magazine teamed up to speak...

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WWDC Interview: HansaWorld

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Erik Elmgren of HansaWorld at WWDC 2011. Erik was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward. TUAW and MacTech Magazine teamed up to speak...

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WWDC Interview: Tethras

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Brendan Clavin of Tethras at WWDC 2011. Brendan was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward. Tethras offers localization solutions for...

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WWDC Interview: Houdah Software

In this installment of our WWDC interviews, our own Brett Terpstra talks to Pierre Bernard of Houdah Software at WWDC 2011. Houdah makes an interesting group of Mac products, including HoudahGeo (for geotagging photos), HoudahSpot (a sort of turbocharged Spotlight front end) and Tembo (another,...

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WWDC Interview: blueHula Studios

I sat down to talk WWDC keynote reaction with the chief dude at blueHula Studios, Craig Vanderzwaag. BlueHula makes Beer Timer, an app to keep you from freezing your beer until it explodes. Pretty neat idea, and as Craig explains, they actually put research into it! TUAW and MacTech Magazine...

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WWDC Interview: AssistiveWare

We've covered AssistiveWare before on TUAW, but this time Neil with MacTech sat down with David Niemeijer of AssistiveWare to talk about Lion, iOS 5 and keynote revelations at WWDC 2011. Tune in to the video below to find out what's new in assistive software for those who use it. TUAW and...

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