Apple’s Eddy Cue And Craig Federighi To Speak At Code Conference In May

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As always Code Conference this year too will have top Apple executives as its speakers. The Code Conference is scheduled from 27 May to 29 May at Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Eddy Cue and Craig Federighi will speak on the second night of the Code conference. Eddy Cue is senior vice president of Internet Software and Services and Federighi is currently senior vice president of Software Engineering. Read More

Apple’s 22nd October Event Now Official

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Apple’s October 22nd event is now official as the company has issued invites to the press. If rumors are to be believed, Apple will announce a new iPad, a new iPad mini, OS X Mavericks, new retina MacBook Pro and possibly a new Mac Pro. Apple’s invite says “We still have a lot to cover”. The event will be held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco starting at 10PDT. Read More

WWDC Banners Go Up

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Apple’s preparing the stage at Moscone Center West for its grand developer conference, WWDC. The banners for iOS 7 and OS X are going up now and you can instantly spot the new minimalistic design of these banners once you compare them to the old traditional Apple ones. iOS 7 banner has got just the number 7 on it and the OS X banner has got the alphabet “X” on it. Very trendy. Read More

Google Play Music All Access Coming Soon To iOS

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Google always makes its Apps available across various platforms and today, Google’s SVP Sundar Pichai has confirmed at the D11 conference that the Google Play Music App will soon be available for iOS. At D11, he said “In Google’s fundamental DNA, we want [our services] to be universally accessible… For us, users on iOS who want to use Google services, we want them to be Google users.” Read More

Android Developers Can Now Beta Test Before Pushing Out Updates

Google Beta TestingIf you are a successful Android developer, chances are that you wouldn’t want to push out an update that is unstable and might cause distress amongst your loyal user fan base. At Google I/O today, Google announced that starting today, Android developers will be able to beta test their Apps before pushing it out to the masses. Within the developer console, there will now be three tabs – “alpha testing”, “beta testing” and “product”. Read More

Google Launches Unified Messaging App for iOS, Android and Chrome

hangoutsAt Google I/O today, Google launched a new unified messaging App for iOS, Android and Chrome dubbed “Hangouts”. Hangouts is now a standalone application instead of simply being a feature of Google+ and as Google describes it – “conversations which last” and “with people that you love.” Just like any other messaging App, you will find all your friends with whom you can chat, share photos, emoji and voice calls for free. Read More