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JailbreakCon 2014 day two

Today was the second and final day of JailbreakCon 2014 and was filled with lots of talks by some of the most authoritative figures on the jailbreak scene. From new app announcements to the history Springtomize, there was a lot of talented people in one room. Here's an overview of some of the talks that happened this year:

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JailbreakCon 2014 day one

Today was the official first day of JailbreakCon 2014 and I was there live checking in with developers and talking all things jailbreak. If you aren't able to make it to WWJC this year, keep your browser locked and loaded to iMore for complete coverage of the event. Here's your recap of day one!

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See you at JailbreakCon 2014 this Saturday!

WWJC 2014, better known as JailbreakCon, officially kicks off this Saturday and yours truly — @iMuggle — will be there networking with jailbreak developers and covering all the talks that the conference has to offer. If you're in the San Francisco area this weekend, there's still time to grab a ticket and come hang out!

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WWDC 2014 to run June 2-6, developer tickets to be issued by random selection

WWDC 2014 is scheduled for June 2 through June 6, and developer registration is being handled on a random basis. Last year, when WWDC tickets were sold out in a few minutes, many developers were left in a lurch, leading to Apple inviting select developers to attend despite their not being able to get a ticket in time. This time around Apple is inviting developers to apply for tickets now through April 7th, and will then randomly issue tickets to those that have applied. The process is similar to that of Google I/O this year, which has seen tickets for previous developer confabs snapped up in minutes and this year switched to a random selection model.

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iMore at WWJC 2014!

Once a year members of the jailbreak community from around the globe congregate at WWJC, better known as JailbreakCon. It's a great place to learn more about jailbreak itself, to listen to the pioneers and the developers speak, and to network with other jailbreak enthusiasts. This year WWJC takes place April 12th and 13th at the South San Francisco conference center, and I'll be there!

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Rogue Amoeba does amazing things with your Mac audio — Macworld|iWorld 2014

Rogue Amoeba makes working with audio on the Mac ridiculously easy. Whether it's capturing a stream and recording it, pausing and playing audio live, making quick edits, or just putting the sound you want, where you want, including on the internet, Audio Hijack Pro, Piezo, Intermission, Fission, AirFoil, and Nicecast have you covered.

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1Password previews new iOS 7 design — Macworld|iWorld 2014

1Password lets you set, store, manage, and fill unique passwords for every website you visit, as well as your credit cards, software licenses, and more. And now, in addition to Mac, Windows, and Android, it's getting an iOS 7 makeover on iPad and iPhone!

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Macworld|iWorld 2014 day 3: iMore show and Iterate live!

Aside from a session on iCloud essentials, Friday at Macworld|iWorld 2014 was spent recording a bunch of videos with the Macworld team. Peter has already started posting some of them and we'll get more up as soon as they're ready. In the meantime, Saturday got us back up on stage and on the mics!

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Macworld|iWorld day 1: Four stages and a floor

Macworld|iWorld opened its doors today and, as promised, Peter and I were there to help kick it off. For my part I was thrilled to join Jason Snell of IDG, Christina Bonnington of Wired, Ben Bajarin of Techpinions, and Dan Moren of Macworld for the keynote panel, The State of Apple Technology. We talked about Apple being perpetually labeled as doomed, speculated about iWatches and Apple Televisions, and contemplated the future of the Mac, the iPhone, and the iPad. The highlight clip is up top but the full video should be available next week. Meanwhile...

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Watch Microsoft's live event right here, will we see Office for iPad?

Today out in San Francisco, Microsoft is throwing a little event that we're expecting will see the introduction of Office for iPad. Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella, will be taking the stage to talk about the "intersection of cloud and mobile" and so Office might not be the only thing we hear about today.

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