Roxy talks about "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here", Apple WWDC 2009, and auditions for "So You Think You Can Dance".
Apple announced Snow Leopard, its new OS, at the 2009 WWDC in San Francisco. We asked some of the attendees what they would name their operating system. Horse? Velociraptor? Vicious Unicorn?
The first time I heard about Cappuccino (the framework, not the beverrage) it was at the Cocoa Heads at the Apple Store San Francisco during the WWDC ‘08 week. At least that’s what I recall. I saw a very relax Francisco Tolmasky saying that he left Apple because there was nothing better he could have done there then working on the iPhone ;) I got interested in Cappuccino and Objective J and one year later I organized this Interview because I had been playing with Cappuccino myself. It could have been cool to have only one guy from 280North, but I insisted on having them all 3 on camera, and kept on switching who answers…
Due to a copyright complaint by the New York Times, Pulse News Reader was pulled from the app store this week after Steve Jobs used it during his WWDC keynote. So what's all the fuss about? Revision3 editor Graham Hancock joins Annie for a rundown of the drama and of the app itself: Pulse News Reader for the iPad.
A charger for your iPad and iPhone, read CF cards into your iPad, ASUS brings plans for a transforming tablet, the Air Force's PS3 supercomputer goes online, a robot that rides on your shoulder, and WWDC 2011 is announced with an emphasis on software.
Guided Tour of the new iPhone 3Gs Part1
Apple CEO Steve Jobs ended up dealing with glitches during Monday's iPhone 4 unveiling. The culprit? Too many Wi-Fi base stations in the hall where the new smartphone was being launched.
All the latest on OS X Mountain Lion, iOS 6 and the possible iPhone 5
NEW 'HELLO' iPHONE AD BY APPLE
We managed to get our hands on a pre-release 3G iPhone, direct from Apple. We took the phone onto 3rd Street Promenade in Santa Monica to see what people think about Apple's hottest new gadget.
Daniel Eran Dilger of RoughlyDrafted**** explains the capabilities of SproutCore and what Apple's support of it means for web apps.
Daniel Eran Dilger of Roughly explains why SproutCore is nothing new but with Apple's enthusiasm it could spell trouble for Adobe's AIR and Microsoft's Silverlight.
Daniel Eran Dilger of Roughly Dafted**** explains how SproutCore could lead to a new breed of web apps that make money through subscription or purchase instead of ad sales.
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