Will the new AppleTV impress or fall flat?

Guest article by Maria Ramos

It seems that technology giant Apple is broad-minded and omnivorous in the diversity of its product lineup. Desktop computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets, watches and streaming music delivery all comprise significant fractions of its revenue. Apple looked like it would add televisions to its list of game-changing devices and services almost a decade ago, but the Apple TV has been a non-starter. It possessed the ability to do what any modern television could do but not much more. This situation is about to change, though, with the announcement of a new Apple TV with much more extensive and interesting capabilities than before.

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Apple WWDC 2015 is coming, here’s what to expect

Well, it’s summertime (in the US at least), and it’s time for “change”. Technology enthusiasts all over the world – Apple fanboys or not – are looking forward to see what’s coming out of Apple in this year’s Worldwide Developer Conference. The annual conference serves primarily as a platform for Apple to announce its new software releases, both for consumers to drool over and for developers to adapt to. Here’s what we can expect to see from WWDC 2015 at Moscone West from June 8 to June 12.
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iOS 8 revealed at WWDC 2014 – here are its top 10 features!

Apple has just announced its iOS 8 at the Worldwide Developers’ Conference 2014 in San Francisco and while it might not be as radical a change as iOS 7, there are still a few bonuses the iOS user can expect.

Android users won’t bat an eyelid at the new features in iOS 8 – they’ve had most of them since 2.3 Gingerbread, with the rest coming in with 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Apple has been playing catch-up for a long time now, so let’s see what iOS 8 can do for them.

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WWDC 2014 – Information and Live Streaming

Ah, it’s this time of the year again. The Moscone Centre in downtown San Francisco is bustling with activity, banners dominating the area as people rush about to prepare for one of the biggest events in the tech scene. In our feature picture, workers are almost done decorating the Moscone West building, and two near-completed, pristine white Apple logos of Brobdingnagian proportions adorn its sides. “What’s happening?” you may ask. In a sentence, Apple is holding its annual, famous WWDC and will be unveiling new products, both software and hardware. Here’s why you should be excited, when it is, and where you can watch it live.

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