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Comic: What Me, Beta?

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: What Me, Beta?

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Comic: WWDC Expectations

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: WWDC Expectations

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iOS 10 FAQ: Everything you need to know

When is Apple releasing iOS 10? When can you use the beta? What are the new apps and features? You have questions, we have answers!

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iMore & The Loop invite you Party with us at Beard Bash 2016

RSVPs for Beard Bash 2016 are now open. Come party with us!

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As WWDC 2016 ticket lottery ends, Apple starts alerting winners

Apple is now sending confirmations to those who won a chance to attend WWDC 2016.

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Apple kicks off WWDC 2016 registration

Apple has opened up registration for WWDC 2016 after confirming the developer conference will take place from June 13-17.

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Live journal: WWDC week with the iMore team!

We're in San Francisco all week for Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. We'll be here all week for fun and adventure, official and otherwise. Follow along with us!

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How to opt your website out of Apple's News app

Don't want Apple's News app to read your website? Here's how to opt out.

The company's new News app may not be coming until later this year, but if you'd prefer that Apple not scrape your RSS feed into its "stunning content" reader, it's actually a simple process.

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Here are the developer-focused changes in iOS 9

iOS 9 brings a number of changes to the OS, and not all of them are aimed at the consumer. There are a large number of changes coming that are focused towards developers.

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Swift 2 programming language will become open source project by Apple

Apple will launch Swift 2, the next version of their programming language, later this year as part of iOS 9, and will offer it as an open source project by the end of 2015.

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