At WWDC, TMO’s Dave Hamilton met with Mike Bombich, author of Carbon Copy Cloner for OS X. Mr. Bombich left Apple two years ago to pursue his passion for being a creator of something great. A short respite breathed new life into his work with his quintessential OS X copy and backup tool, CCC. This interview includes some intriguing, little known facts about CCC.
Just in case you hadn’t heard, Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference was this week, and the company dropped a new retina display MacBook Pro in our laps. The company also previewed OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6, and kicked Google Maps to the curb. Since you couldn’t be there, how about if Mac OS Ken’s Ken Ray takes you by the hand and fills you in.
At WWDC, Brittany Tarvin, co-founder of FadingRed, told TMO’s Dave Hamilton the story of how she came to quit her day job and become an expert Cocoa developer, helping customers who have lost all their music.
In this WWDC developer interview, TMO’s Dave Hamilton sat down with Jason Titus of Shazam. They chatted about the all the things being done with Shazam, how it’s helping customers better interact with music and the technology behind this fabulous iOS app that’s still at the top of the charts.
Once again this year, TMO’s Dave Hamilton is at WWDC in San Francisco interviewing Apple developers. In this interview, Mr. Hamilton sat down with Glen Aspeslagh, founder of Ecamm network. They chatted about how Ecamm Network came to be, how the products evolved, some interesting product surprises and some developer issues these days with Apple.
Apple released MacBook Pro (Retina) Trackpad Update 1.0 on Tuesday—as the name suggests, it’s an update for trackpads on Apple’s newest MacBook Pro. The patch addresses a performance issue.
From the MacBook Pro with Retina display to iOS 6 to the new AirPort Express, Apple announced more than enough new stuff at yesterday’s WWDC to keep us busy. Even so, Apple revealed more than what was spoken on stage. There were “hidden subtexts” to almost every announcement. To uncover these messages, all you need to do is read “between the lines.” Ted Landau explains…
Following Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event on Monday, several sharp-eyed viewers noted that there were references to the navigation company TomTom in some of the iOS mapping images shown during the event. TomTom has followed up by confirming that it does have a deal with Apple, although the company isn’t sharing any details.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event from Monday morning saw the introduction of new Macs laptops, highlighted features in OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6, unveiled new technologies and services that make Apple less reliant on Google, and more. Today TMO readers are sharing their reactions to the announcements, so head on over to the forums and let us know what you think.
Apple named eleven developers in the 2012 Apple Design Awards on Monday. The company picked a variety of games, puzzles, music, and educational apps for this year’s awards, and one iPad book. The awards were broken down into four categories including iPhone Developer Showcase, iPad Developer Showcase, Mac Developer Showcase, and Student Showcase.
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