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WWDC Flashback 2013: iOS 7, Mavericks, new Mac Pro and more

WWDC Flashback 2013: iOS 7, Mavericks, new Mac Pro and more

As we head towards WWDC 2014 we thought it would be fun to look back at Apple World Wide Developer Conferences past, what they introduced, and what impact they made. Today let's take a look at WWDC 2013, where Apple introduced iOS 7, OS X Mavericks, new MacBook Airs, new Time Machines and the...
Apple updates WWDC 2013 app, eliminates all your streaming video woes

Apple updates WWDC 2013 app, eliminates all your streaming video woes

Apple has updated their WWDC 2013 app to fix some bugs that prevented registered developers from logging in and watching the session videos. Since that's the primary value of the app now, it's an important update. So, if you've been stuck watching Apple engineers presenting on your web browser,...
A glimpse at Apple's new Bug Reporter [Update: It's back!]

A glimpse at Apple's new Bug Reporter [Update: It's back!]

Over the weekend, Apple’s Bug Reporter website saw a short-lived facelift. Developers were treated to a visually overhauled website on Saturday, but seems to have been reverted to its old, archaic predecessor sometime Sunday. If you missed it, you weren't alone. Here's what seems to have happened...
OS X Mavericks preview: iCloud Keychain promises relief from password hell

OS X Mavericks preview: iCloud Keychain promises relief from password hell

Few features in OS X Mavericks will fundamentally change your computing experience as much as iCloud Keychain. It promises to fix Web password management once and for all on both Mavericks and iOS 7. You need secure login credentials to be able to engage in e-commerce and other online activities...
OS X Mavericks preview: Calendar

OS X Mavericks preview: Calendar

OS X Mavericks' Calendar gets a clean, streamlined look that makes it easier than ever to figure out what you're doing. Calendar knows where you're going and how long it'll take to get there, too, so you'll never be late for another appointment. While OS X Mavericks' look and feel won't change...
Prime hopes to make a splash with iOS-based electronic health records

Prime hopes to make a splash with iOS-based electronic health records

Prime is an ambitious iOS developer that wants to carve out a segment of the enormous Electronic Health Records (EHR) market for itself by catering to patients who carry iOS devices. To find out a bit more about their motivation and their plans for the future, we sat down with them at WWDC. They'...
Strange Flavour offers sneak preview of new iOS games

Strange Flavour offers sneak preview of new iOS games

Aaron Fothergill is a veteran Mac game programmer who turned his attention to iOS as soon as Apple let him. The result is some of the biggest hits published by legendary game maker Freeverse, which has since been acquired by Ngmoco (which itself was acquired by Japanese publisher DeNA)....
Kelly Guimont talks App Camp for Girls and how to get things done

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.
Inside AltWWDC with Judy Chen and Rob Elkin

Inside AltWWDC with Judy Chen and Rob Elkin

Some of the most interesting things to come out of WWDC last week didn't actually happen at WWDC, but at the nearby SFSU dowtown campus, where altWWDC happened. To find out more, I spoke to two of the show's coordinators: Judy Chen and Rob Elkin.
WWDC: Tipbit CEO explains the "smart mobile inbox"

WWDC: Tipbit CEO explains the "smart mobile inbox"

Tipbit is billed as the "world's first smart inbox for people on the go." The software, currently in development for iOS, helps you get to know the people you meet and connect with using their social media footprint. CEO Gordon Mangione sat down with me at WWDC to explain what makes Tipbit...

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