WWDC has come and gone. Sure, there were new Macs and fancy software demos, but the real impact won't hit for a few months. If you want to know what's coming down the pike, you'll want to get up to speed on these core Leopard technologies and a new dawn for Mac Gamers.
Weekly Roundup: Developers Digging Leopard
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Apple's World Wide Developer Conference has come and gone. Sure, there were new Macs and fancy software demos, but the important news was all for developers. It won't matter for end-users for a few months, but if you want to know what's coming down the pike, you won't want to miss this show. In the spotlight: core Leopard technologies and a new dawn for Mac Gamers.
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