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Is HTC Going to Wait Until After MWC to Unveil Next Flagship?

The smartphone business is a pretty easy one to figure out in terms of release cycles and the timing of events to show off new products. We know that Apple has WWDC and a Fall event to show off new products, that Nexus phones arriveShow More Summary

WWDC 2016 Rumored For June 13-17

Every year Apple holds several events, but for those who are more interested in the software side of things, then WWDC is the event to look forward to. The event typically sees Apple announce new software, like upgrades to the iOS and OS X platform, along with tools meant to help developers create apps for their products. Show More Summary

Apple could debut iOS 11 and OS X 10.12 on June 13 at WWDC ’16

It looks likely that Apple will hold its Worldwide Developer’s Conference this year at Moscone West on June 13 to June 17. Alternatively? I could hold it somewhere else entirely. Macrumors did some poking around on the Moscone West Convention...Show More Summary

Apple's massive developer event could be held on June 13 (AAPL)

Apple's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) could run between June 13 and June 17, according to MacRumors. The Moscone Centre, in San Francisco, has become Apple's go-to venue for hosting the conference, which connects developersShow More Summary

Empowering education with iPad and iOS 9.3.

Making information in education easier and more accessible for schools, teachers, and students, the Apple way. A few years ago, after a WWDC session, a group of people were chatting with an engineer and one of the student attendees asked why, in the era of Facebook and startups, the engineer was at Apple. Show More Summary

Google I/O To Be Held May 18-20 In Mountain View

Google I/O is the company’s equivalent to Microsoft’s Build and Apple’s WWDC conferences. It is where Google announces what they’ve been up to not just on the Android front, but also on projects that they have been working on, whether it be wearables like Google Glass or Android Wear, or updates on its self-driving vehicles and so on. Show More Summary

Here are the 5 best new features coming to iOS 9.3

Apple on Monday released its first beta of iOS 9.3, which will perhaps be the last version of iOS 9 that the company will release before it unveils iOS 10 at WWDC later this year. This won't just be a minor update either, as Apple revealed that it will add some important new features -- let's go over them below. Show More Summary

The Top 5 Apple SDKs of 2015

Apple has had a busy 2015: It has not only evolved its existing SDKs, but added new SDKs to support new platforms. Late last year, Apple announced the Apple Watch, along with a preliminary WatchKit SDK. This year, at WWDC, Apple released its much-promised, more fully fleshed out iteration of WatchKit, renamed watchOS.

Talking Apple's 2015 with John Gruber

It was once again my pleasure to join John Gruber of Daring Fireball fame for his annual year-in-review episode of The Talk Show. This year we discussed: the new one-port MacBook, Apple Watch's launch, WWDC and Apple Music, the iPhones...Show More Summary

The Talk Show: ‘Apple’s 2015 Year in Review’

Rene Ritchie returns to the show for a look back at the Apple year that was: the new one-port MacBook, Apple Watch’s launch, WWDC and Apple Music, the iPhones 6S, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, Apple TV, iPad Mini 4, iOS 9, Mac OS X 10.11,Show More Summary

Article: Life with HomeKit: Our experiences with Apple’s home automation system

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

When Apple announced HomeKit a year and a half ago at WWDC 2014, the new platform definitely piqued our interest. We had looked at a number of different home automation solutions over the years, but the one limitation that they almost...Show More Summary

Apple’s Swift Language Is Now Open Source

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

Last year Apple introduced their Swift programming language, which for developers was actually a nice surprise. What was an even bigger surprise was that earlier this year during WWDC 2015, Apple’s SVP of software engineering Craig Federighi promised that Swift will eventually be made open source. Show More Summary

Q&A: Apple’s Craig Federighi talks open source Swift, Objective-C and the next 20 years of development

Apple has a lot of open source efforts, but none as big or important as Swift. In announcing Swift as an open source project at WWDC earlier this year, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Software Craig Federighi said it would be the language we use for the next 20 years. Show More Summary

Swift Goes Open Source

Back at WWDC, Apple promised Swift would go open source by the end of the year. Today’s the day. The website has been overwhelmed most of the day, so if you can’t reach it, you can peruse Apple’s GitHub project. A lot of interesting reading, including this page on the evolution of the language. Show More Summary

Apple Open Sources The Swift Programming Language

2 months agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Back in June at WWDC 2015 Apple surprised a number of people by announcing that they would be making their Swift programming language open source in the near future. Swift is, in a way, a successor to Apple's Objective-C programming language. Show More Summary

News: Apple unveils Swift open source community

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

As promised earlier this year, Apple has officially released its Swift programming language to the open source community. Originally unveiled at WWDC 2014, the Swift programming language was intended to provide iOS developers with aShow More Summary

Apple's Swift programming language is now open-source

At WWDC in June, Apple announced it would be open-sourcing its Swift programming language by the end of the year. Well, it's the first week of December and Apple kept is promise: Swift is now open source. Apple introduced the Swift programming...Show More Summary

Apple open sources Swift, makes next-generation programming available to everyone!

Apple open sources the Swift programming language. Eighteen months ago at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) Apple announced Swift, a modern programming language intended to power the next generation of OS X and iOS software. Show More Summary

Apple’s Swift programming language goes open source

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

Swift, the fast growing computer programming language created by Apple, is officially going open source starting today. Apple unveiled Swift at WWDC in 2014 with a promise to make it open source in the future. Now that the language has...Show More Summary

Apple open sources its Swift programming language

Apple today open sourced its Swift programming language. Swift is available under the Apache license at GitHub. Apple first unveiled Swift for writing Mac and iOS apps at its WWDC 2014 developer conference. The language works in Apple’s Xcode integrated development environment (IDE) and its Cocoa and Cocoa Touch frameworks. In June, Apple first announced […]

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