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    WWDC 2016: What’s Coming

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    Apple’s weeklong Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) begins on June 13th at 10:00 AM PST this year.  This annual conference will take place at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco and people are already buzzing about what we can expect to see and what they hope to see.  So will it be new hardware, software, or features?  We’ll see.  We have a feeling we know what is (and isn’t) coming next.

    iBeacon Technology is Expanding

    James Nagy - 8307 Article rating: 4.0
    When we last checked in on iBeacon technology, we were watching it unveil on the retail front and making predictions about where the technology would possibly expand to. Well, some exciting things have been happening on the iBeacon front. We’re starting to see the iBeacon technology pop up in all sorts of different locations and it’s pretty interesting to see the wide range of uses that businesses have found within the technology.

    WWDC 2014 Snapshot

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    The WWDC 2014 has wrapped up and we’ve all had a little time to digest the information that Apple has thrown our way. There was a lot of speculation about what Apple would be unveiling at this conference –we had our own guesses: here. Now that the conference is over and done with –we thought we’d look back and take a minute to share a few points that stood out to us and what we thought about them.

    Apple has picked a new favorite search engine and Google is feeling the cold shoulder

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    Well, it looks like Google is getting the cold shoulder from Apple after the latest at the WWDC.  They've chosen Bing as the default search engine on OS X Yosemite, and have revealed that Safari users will have the option to set the default search to DuckDuckGo on both new Mac and mobile operating systems.


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