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A hand touches a virtual interface rippling forward into 2021.

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Apple confirms WWDC 2021 will be an online event

Apple has announced that WWDC 2021 will be an all-online event once again, following the success of the format last year.

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Hackers target developers to break into Apple’s garden

Apple developers beware -- cybercriminals have figured out that you may be the weakest link in Mac, iPhone and iPad security.

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Q&A: Adobe explains the transition to Apple Silicon

I caught up with Adobe to find out more about the experience of recompiling Photoshop for Apple Silicon.

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Why WWDC 2021 should take place online

We've all sacrificed too much to put recovery at risk for Apple to hold an in-person WWDC event this year.

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Android 11 Upgrade Report Card: Well, this is awkward

After last year's Android upgrade delivery improvements, this new data surrounding the Android 11 rollout is a little hard to process.

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Apple-friendly debugger helps make apps and websites accessible

At a time when accessibility in apps and websites matters more than ever, Evinced is a new debugging tool that helps developers achieve just that.

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16 technology winners and losers, post-COVID

The coronavirus crisis has shaken up business as usual, with some IT strategies and tools rising to the occasion and others in line for a rethink or tough recovery post-pandemic.

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Android launchers are officially exciting again

The era of Android launcher innovation is back, baby. And man, has it ever been missed.

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It’s time for an App Store scam app crackdown

Scammers on every online store reflect the challenges of business growth.

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The future of work: Coming sooner than you think

What will your worklife be like years from now? Today's work-from-home world has given us a glimpse of the future, as these five articles from CIO, Computerworld, CSO, InfoWorld, and Network World illustrate.

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Apple takes big steps to boost diversity in tech

Apple has announced major investments in education, developer-focused business support, and more to boost diversity in tech for communities of color.

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AWS now offers Mac mini in the cloud

Developers can now build across all Apple's products using hosted Mac minis on AWS.

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Google's Chromium browser explained

Chrome is the most popular browser in the world, but there would be no Chrome without Chromium, the open-source project that underpins it. Here's what Chromium is, where you can download it, how it shapes your online experience, and —...

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How JustEat developed mobile apps for international audiences

JustEat principal developer spoke about the advantages of modular app development at the recent Swift Heroes event.

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Q&A: NearForm CCO Larry Breen on contacting-tracing apps

Contact-tracing apps have long been touted as the key to getting coronavirus infection rates under control – and remote workers safely back to the office. But few of the apps have been successful so far. NearForm's Larry Breen...

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Q&A: Airtable CEO talks up automation, low-code and team collaboration

The company has seen a surge in use of its customizable spreadsheet platform during the pandemic, said CEO and co-founder Howie Liu; this week, Airtable announced $185 million in funding.

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Flashback Friday: Eh, I guess it could happen to anybody

But it’s a good lesson in humility.

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Podcast Today in Tech

Using low code platforms to learn development skills

Low code and no code platforms are valuable IT tools. They make it easy for employees outside of the IT team to develop apps that simplify business processes. And in some cases, they can aid in the transition from amateur developer or...

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