Apple only mentioned Apple TV in passing during the WWDC keynote last week, but that doesn't mean it's neglecting the little black box. As of today, two new important features have made their way into the beta for the diminutive media device. For one, the iTunes Radio compatibility that was announced at WWDC is now available; for another, Apple added a new Conference Room mode.
The main event at Adobe's MAX 2013 conference in Los Angeles was a pair of two-hour keynotes that focused on the company's new Creative Suite, as well as on how its users embrace the creative process. While Monday's keynote heralded a big shift toward the subscription-only Creative Cloud software, Tuesday morning's keynote, "Community Inspires Creativity," focused strictly on the creative process as four designers from different fields hit the stage to talk about inspiration and their different approaches to work.
Monday's big news certainly centered around Adobe MAX 2013 and the company's big shift to Creative Cloud as its primary product offering starting next month. But that doesn't mean there weren't other stories making the rounds that didn't come from the Los Angeles Convention Center, so sit back and take a quick ride through a handful of the ones that caught our eye.
The tenth annual D: All Things Digital conference wraps up Thursday in California, but if Apple CEO Tim Cook’s opening night interview has you fondly reminiscing about Steve Jobs’ six appearances at the event, you can now downloaded them absolutely free from iTunes.
The tenth annual D: All Things Digital conference kicks off tonight in Ranchos Palos Verdes, California with Apple CEO Tim Cook in the hot seat for the first time, being interviewed by co-hosts Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher.
Five months into his reign, Research in Motion CEO Thorsten Heins will be facing the toughest crowd of them all in Orlando next week: Disgruntled BlackBerry developers who are quickly losing faith in their platform.
Apple is a larger company now than it's ever been, both in the public consciousness and in sheer number of employees. They are, in fact, so large that they are building a brand-new structure to accommodate the growth spurt. The building, announced on June 7 at a Cupertino City Council meeting, will hold 12,000 employees and host its own power supply. It will look like Xena's chakram, and Jobs joked that it looks "a bit like a spaceship landed."
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