Apple had a busy week thans to the slew of announcements at its annual World Wide Developers Conference this week. The company showed off OS X Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud, kicked cell service providers in the pants with iMessage, made the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch truly stand-alone devices, and more. Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray waded through the announcements and analyst responses, and — no surprise — has some thoughts of his own on Apple’s plans.
Lodsys, the patent holding company that’s hitting iPhone and iPad app developers with lawsuits, now has its sights on Android OS developers, and the Interent is packed full of news and rumors about Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference that kicks off next week. Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray has his own thoughts on both, and he’s even rounded up some speculation on Apple’s soon to be introduced iCloud service, too.
Factory explosions, patent hunters going after the little guy, and Congress’s privacy bandwagon. There’s plenty of news for Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray to talk about this week, and he has plenty to say.
There’s a patent company that’s on the hunt for iOS developers, and the little guys aren’t happy about it. Apple is heading back to Washington again, it looks like digital books are starting to outsell print versions, and Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray has his own take on the week’s news.
Brawls at Apple Stores, Bud Tribble testifying at Senate privacy hearings, iPads in the drug industry, Microsoft buys Skype… It’s like the tech world is just begging Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray to sound off. Of course, that’s exactly what he does this week, just like last week.
Every week Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray offers his unique insight into everything Apple, and now he’s sharing his thoughts at The Mac Observer. This week Ken has something to say about jailbreaking, computer security, how fat your iPhone is and when the iPhone 5 may ship, and just how far some companies will go to make a sick boy’s dreams come true.
Every week Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray offers his unique insight into everything Apple, and now he’s sharing his thoughts at The Mac Observer. This week Ken dives into Apple’s headaches with iPhone location logging, government interest in iPhone privacy, and what the company might have in store for future online services.
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