You know the drill: Head to the Mozilla.org website and get downloading! But this may be the last time you need to manually refresh Firefox, thanks to version 15 adding the ability to download stealth updates in the background.
Although it's not much of a surprise, developers of third-party Twitter apps were put on notice Thursday afternoon with a blog post detailing changes to its API that could eventually limit choices for using the microblogging service.
Tomorrow is the last day of July, and what a month it's been! Seems as if iPhone users will have to suffer through the dog days of summer in August with today's news that the next handset is likely to have its moment in the spotlight come mid-September instead of last year's October debut of the iPhone 4S. Quick! To the upgrade eligibility calculator! And when you come back, be sure to read what else is happening for this July 30, 2012.
Want to run the latest iOS betas but too cheap to pay $99 per year to become a developer? It turns out there are websites that will sell you an activation for your device, but this unfortunate practice is becoming extinct as Apple finally cracks down on the practice.
Our long, national nightmare is over: Apple has squashed a server bug that was preventing iOS and Mac apps from applying updates correctly, and is pushing out updates from the last couple days all over again.
Holidays such as the 4th of July are boom times for developers -- folks have a day off and are more likely to tap "Buy Now" than on a regular work day. But imagine how frustrated you might be if that new purchase crashed immediately upon launch -- and it's even worse for the developers who can't do anything about it.
Eager customers are starting to receive their new MacBook Pro with Retina Display models (we know because we’re looking at one right now!) as WWDC 2012 moves over the mid-week hump. Meanwhile, there’s plenty of other stuff going on in tech that you might have missed, so read on for the latest news for this Wednesday, June 13, 2012.
This is it, folks -- all of the rumor mongering and speculation has led to this day, the start of the 2012 Worldwide Developer Conference. Apple CEO Tim Cook kicked off the week-long event with a keynote address bringing everyone up to speed on recent developments.
If you believe the rumor mill, Apple executives will address developers on Monday morning and update almost their entire product line in the space of less than two hours. To avoid disappointment, just keep repeating: “It’s only a keynote… it’s only a keynote… it’s only a keynote…”