Daniel Jalkut with a tough thing to say, but probably the right thing: As the sheer number of Apple developers increases, the capacity of WWDC remains the same. The goals of the conference both for Apple and for developers are increasingly … Read more →
- If you still think Apple is losing interest in the Mac, I hope the only site you write for has .blogspot.com in its URL. – Siri is, of course, Apple’s answer to “what’s next after search,” but in a … Read more →
Apple’s WWDC 2012 keynote video is up Guess I’ll find out whether Pocket can properly serve up Apple keynote videos.
Apple had quite the day yesterday. It announced a whopping number of products to a WWDC audience that sold out in less than two hours—a record, I believe. The company even released a few more products off-stage, quietly in its … Read more →
How to download your photos from popular sharing sites – TechHive Beta Blog Convenient guide for a bunch of services, spanning usual suspects like Flickr and Facebook, but also tackling the long tail like SmugMug, Photobucket, and Shutterfly.
Apple releases WWDC 2012 schedule, iOS app WWDC is up in less than two weeks, so it’s time for the essentials, including a new, universal iOS app. I don’t ever remember Apple releasing a Mac app. Sure seems like there are … Read more →
Marc Edwards, he of Bjango fame, was happy to oblige. 2011 and 2012 are represented in the chart on the right; they’re just really, really tiny. WWDC sold out this year in just two hours.
Apple announces WWDC 2012 is June 11-15 Go get ‘em. Also, I believe Daniel Jalkut is right, it looks like Apple lowered the minimum age from 18 to 13.
It’s been over a month since WWDC and iCloud is still the first and largest thing you see on Apple.com.