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Have a 12-14 year old girl interested in iOS development? Send her to App Camp this summer!

Have a 12-14 year old girl interested in iOS development? Send her to App Camp this summer!

If there's a tween girl in your life who hankers to write her own iOS apps, maybe an App Camp will put her on the right path. App Camp for Girls is a non-profit group that helps teenaged girls interested in learning how to program for iOS. The organization already holds camps in Portland and...
Here's what to expect from Apple's March 9 event

Here's what to expect from Apple's March 9 event

What's up with Apple's March 9 event? The iMore crew weighs in on what we expect to see the company unveil. When CEO Tim Cook teased that the company considers "Early" to be the first four months of the year, most expected Apple's next big thing to appear sometime in April. But joke's on us:...
And this is how Verizon failed at trolling the Internet

And this is how Verizon failed at trolling the Internet

The FCC took a strong step today in ensuring net neutrality. Verizon... threw a childish hissy fit in Morse Code. If you hadn't heard, the FCC took a historic vote today to reclassify broadband Internet as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act. In plain speech, this gives the FCC...
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Udacity opens enrollment for first iOS developer Nanodegree, focusing on Swift

Udacity opens enrollment for first iOS developer Nanodegree, focusing on Swift

Udacity, the online "university by industry" born out of a Stanford project, has rolled out their first "Nanodegree" program for learning iOS development — and it's focused on Swift. Why Swift? From the Udacity blog: Apple explains it succinctly: "Swift makes it easier than ever for developers...
Judge tentatively approves $415 million settlement in class action suit against Apple, others

Judge tentatively approves settlement in anti-poaching suit against Apple, others

The judge presiding over a class action suit levied against Apple and other tech giants over their anti-poaching agreements has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement that was proposed last month. From the Associated Press: Koh said she was satisfied this week after the companies...
Apple reportedly targeting September to start production of 12.9 inch iPad

iPad Pro production rumored to start in September

The iPad Pro is rumored to be a 12.9-inch iPad that would appeal to professional, productivity users, similar to the iPhone 6 Plus in the phone lineup. While early rumors pegged the iPad Pro's release for early 2015, production is now being rumored to start this fall, in the September time frame....
Apple, HBO reportedly in talks to partner for launch of stand-alone streaming service

Apple, HBO reportedly in talks to partner for launch of stand-alone streaming service

Apple and HBO are reportedly in talks over HBO's upcoming stand-alone streaming service. Rumored to be called HBO Now, the Apple TV would be one of the launch partner devices for the service. Apple has apparently been fairly aggressive in their attempt to land the service on the Apple TV. The...
Stories of App Store success...and failure

Stories of App Store success...and failure

GDC is giving developers on both sides of the App Store success story a chance to share their tales of triumph and woe. Success in life isn't guaranteed, and that's especially true on the App Store, where fortunes can be made by developers that hit it big. But most developers aren't that lucky....
Have a 12-14 year old girl interested in iOS development? Send her to App Camp this summer!

Have a 12-14 year old girl interested in iOS development? Send her to App Camp this summer!

If there's a tween girl in your life who hankers to write her own iOS apps, maybe an App Camp will put her on the right path. App Camp for Girls is a non-profit group that helps teenaged girls interested in learning how to program for iOS. The organization already holds camps in Portland and...
18 more banks add Apple Pay support, total now exceeds 100

18 more banks add Apple Pay support, total now exceeds 100

Several new banks are now offering Apple Pay support for credit and debit cards. We're looking at 18 new banks and credit unions adding support for the payment service. The most recent group of additions include the Bank of Hawaii and American Airlines Credit Union. With these latest additions,...
Apple Watch featured on cover of Chinese magazine Yoho

Apple Watch featured on cover of Chinese magazine Yoho

The Apple Watch is once again being shown off in the pages of a fashion magazine, this time China's Yoho. Apple's upcoming wearable continues its pre-launch media campaign, this time with Apple Watch Sport on the cover and a feature inside the April issue of Yoho. Other recent Apple Watch...
Apple exploring potential settlement with battery manufacturer in employee poaching suit

Apple exploring settlement with battery manufacturer in employee poaching suit

According to a new court filing, Apple appears to be exploring a potential settlement with A123 Systems after the battery manufacturer filed suit against the tech giant for allegedly poaching its employees. The court filing was originally spotted by Reuters, which reported the following: In...
Apple Watch wins iF Design Gold award ahead of April launch

Apple Watch wins iF Design Gold award ahead of April launch

The Apple Watch hasn't even shipped yet, but it has already picked up the prestigious iF Gold award from the iF International Forum Design. In a statement explaining its choice to award the Apple Watch with the Gold design award, the iF jury said the following: The idea of combining...

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