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Apple Worldwide Developers Conference

Apple Worldwide Developers Conference
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  • Apple to end development of Aperture, its pro photo-editing software

    Apple has ceased development of Aperture, its photo-editing program for professional users and amateur enthusiasts.
  • Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language

    Apple shows off OSX 10 Yosemite, iOS 8 and new programming language
    Apple Inc. announced updates to its mobile and desktop operating systems Monday at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the updates were designed to help the company's devices "all work together in harmony....

    Digital Savant: Student team builds spooky game in just one semester

    The little girl sits alone on a small bed in a cabin of a large boat. She cries as she tries to remember what brought her to this place. Inside the room, books float in the air, held aloft by some kind of psychic energy. Something's wrong here, but you...

    Apple Smartwatch Set for Fall Launch: Report

    Apple is gearing up to enter the smartwatch market with a wearable device to monitor health data set to debut in October, Japanese newspaper Nikkei reported. The tech giant plans to produce 3-5 million smartwatch device per month -- more than the total...

    New Apple iOS 8, OS X Yosemite features aim to boost corporate sales

    Apple dominates the consumer market, but when it comes to corporate sales, the tech titan has room to grow. Nine out of 10 U.S. companies use Apple products. But of those firms, 40% say they use fewer than 100 devices built by the Cupertino, Calif.,...