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Apple sending out emails to lucky WWDC lotto winners

If you were among those waiting to see if you got chosen in the WWDC 2014 ticket lottery, you’ll want to keep an eye on your email accounts.

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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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Kelly Guimont talks App Camp for Girls and how to get things done

In between her speaking schedule at AltWWDC, Kelly Guimont, new co-host of the Angry Mac Bastards podcast, offered her perspective on why App Camp for Girls is important.

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Comparing Apple's new AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule to the old models: Should you upgrade?

To accommodate newly introduced MacBook Airs that ship with 802.11ac "Gigabit WiFi" capabilities and Apple's forthcoming redesigned Mac Pro, Apple also introduced a new AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule at WWDC this week. This is the first update to the AirPort Extreme in several years and the first complete redesign since Apple moved from the UFO shape of the original to the Mac mini-like beveled rectangle, so it's worth taking a closer look at what makes the new products worthwhile.

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Looking back: The 2012 WWDC keynote - iOS 6, Apple Maps, OS X 10.8 and more!

We're finally here! Well, almost anyway. WWDC 2013 gets underway in just a few hours, so if you're looking for a great time killer then why not look back on last years WWDC presentation. As previously, there was no new iPhone hardware, but we did get iOS 6 complete with Apple Maps, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and the launch of the new Retina Display MacBook Pro.

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Looking back: The 2011 WWDC keynote - iOS 5, iCloud, OS X 10.7 Lion

We're less than 24 hours out now from this years highly anticipated WWDC keynote, and we're continuing our look back on past events today with the 2011 presentation from Moscone West. Continuing the tradition of the previous 3 years, 2011 saw a new iPhone, the 4S, the unveiling of iOS 5 with Siri, and OS X 10.7 Lion.

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Looking back: The 2010 WWDC keynote: iPhone 4, iOS 4, iBooks and more!

Continuing the look back at previous WWDC keynotes as we eagerly await the 2013 conference getting underway, today it's on to 2010. Earlier in the year Apple had launched the iPad, and already shown off version 4.0 of the iPhone OS, but at WWDC iOS was officially termed for the first time. We also got another new iPhone and the launch of iBooks for the iPhone.

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Rumored iRadio to be supported by in-stream advertising; wait, really?

If the rumors are to be believed, one of Apple's announcements at the WWDC keynote on Monday will be a music streaming service. Currently referred to as iRadio, the latest reports suggest that not only are the three big labels now on board, but that Apple will launch it as a free service supported by advertising. Wait, what?

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Looking back: The 2009 WWDC keynote - iPhone OS 3.0, iPhone 3GS, Snow Leopard and MacBook refresh!

Continuing our series of look backs on previous WWDC events, today is the turn of the 2009 keynote. 12 months on from the launch of the iPhone 3G, we got a first look at the refreshed model, the 3GS. The packed presentation also gave us a first look at iPhone OS 3.0, a TomTom demonstration and a refresh to the MacBook lineup along with the unveiling of OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.

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Apple starts dressing Moscone West, shows exactly what we were expecting

iOS 7, right? Apple has started dressing the Moscone West with this years banners, and the latest one shows us exactly what we expect to see. After all, 7 comes right after 6. If indeed this is the logo for the new version of iOS -- noticed by Macstories -- it's definitely a more simple, elegant affair than years previously.

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